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here Your home page is set to display the four most recent articles from the blog category in a column. Then there are links to the 4 articles before those. You can change those numbers by editing the content options settings in the blog tab in your site administrator. There is a link to your site administrator in the top menu.

enter If you want to have your blog post broken into two parts, an introduction and then a full length separate page, use the Read More button to insert a break.

Read more: About your home page

I ran 2 miles today.

A few months ago I tried to do the Couch 2 5k program and failed at week 4. I just couldn't make it through that week. So I instead fell back to walking and boosted the incline to maximum, and gradually increased my speed while keeping my heart rate up. This morning, I decided on a whim to see how long I could run now expecting to be able to go 5 minutes, but I was able to run my entire 25 minute session.

So it was good to get pumped about this as I've hit a plateau on my weight loss at around 50 pounds.

enter site This blog is installed with the Protostar template.

You can edit the options in the Template Manager. Click on My Default Template (Protostar).

For example you can change the si background color, highlights color, site title, site description and title font used. 

source site Your site has some commonly used modules already preconfigured. These include:

  • Image Module which holds the image beneath the menu. This is a Custom HTML module that you can edit to change the image.
  • Blog Roll. which lets you link to other blogs. We've put in two examples, but you'll want to change them. When you are logged in, click on edit blog roll to update this.
  • Most Read Posts which lists articles based on the number of times they have been read.
  • Older Articles which lists out articles by month.
  • Syndicate which allows your readers to read your posts in a news reader.

Each of these modules has many options which you can experiment with in the Module Manager in your site Administrator. Joomla! also includes many other modules you can incorporate in your site. As you develop your site you may want to add more module that you can find at the Joomla Extensions Directory.

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