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  • 新しい投稿が上に来るよう、記事を時系列順に並べたメインのコンテンツ部分。記事はたいていカテゴリー分けされている。
  • 古い記事のアーカイブ。
  • 読者が記事に関してのコメントを書けるようになっている。
  • 他の関連サイトへのリンク。「ブログロール」と呼ばれることもある。
  • RSS("Rich Site Summary"または"Really Simple Syndication"の略)、Atom、またはRDFファイルなどの「フィード」。「フィードリーダー」と呼ばれる特別なソフトウェアを使えば、フィードを持つサイトに新しいコンテンツがあるかどうかを自動的に巡回して教えてくれます。ウェブデザインに関するブログ、Mezzoblue のDave Shea氏は、フィードについての総合的な概論 をまとめています。



コンテンツこそが、すべてのウェブサイトの 存在理由 です。小売サイトには商品一覧があります。大学のサイトにはキャンパス、カリキュラム、講師についての情報があります。ニュースサイトには最新ニュースがあります。何らかの更新コンテンツがなければ、一度行ったサイトを再度訪れる理由はあまりありません。個人のブログには、代わりに意見や批評などのコンテンツがあるかもしれません。

On a blog, the content is the articles (also sometimes called "posts" or "entries") that the author(s) write. Yes, some blogs have multiple authors, each writing their own articles. Typically, blog authors compose their articles in a web-based interface, built into the blogging system itself. Some blogging systems also support the ability to use stand-alone "weblog client" software, which allow them to write articles offline, and upload them at a later time.


A blog is also a good way to keep track of the articles, and so, a lot of blogs have an archives based on date (like a monthly, or yearly archive), as also archives based on category, where you will find all the articles related to a category. You may be able to define what an archive is about. On the front page of the blog, you may find a calendar, with the dates being links to the daily archive for that date. It does not stop here, you can also archive by author, or alphabetically... the possibilities are endless. It is this ability to organize and present articles in a composed fashion that makes blogging a popular personal publishing tool.


Wouldn't it be nice if the readers of a website could leave some of their comments, tips or impressions at the website? With blogs, they can! Most blogs have a method to allow visitors to leave comments. There are also nifty way for authors of other blogs to leave comments without even visiting the blog! The way this works is that using "pingbacks" or "trackbacks" they can inform other bloggers whenever they cite an article in their own articles. All this ensures that online conversations can be maintained painlessly.


A blogroll is a list, sometimes categorized, with all the links to webpages that the author of a blog finds worthwhile, or interesting. The links in a blogroll are usually to other blogs with similar interests. The blogroll, like the calendar we discussed earlier, and the links to archives, are often in a "sidebar" on the page, but sometimes as a dedicated separate web page. http://blogrolling.com and http://blo.gs are a few website that provide some interesting functions or help related to blogrolls. BlogRolling provides a method for users to maintain these rolls effortlessly and integrate them into weblogs. WordPress has a in-built link manager so users do not have to depend on a third party for creating and managing their blogroll.


A feed is a machine readable (usually XML) content publication that is updated regularly. Many weblogs publish a feed (usually RSS, but also possibly Atom and RDF and so on, as described above). There are tools out there that call themselves "feedreaders". What they do is they keep checking specified blogs to see if they have been updated, and when the blogs are updated, they display the new post, and a link to it, with an excerpt (or the whole contents) of the post. Each feed contains items that are published over time. When checking a feed, the feedreader is actually looking for new items. New items are automatically discovered and downloaded for you to read. Just so you don't have to visit all the blogs you are interested in. All you have to do with these feedreaders is to add the link to the RSS feed of all the blogs you are interested in. The feedreader will then inform you when any of the blogs have new posts in them. Most blogs have these "Syndication" feeds available for the readers to use.

And now we come to the question -