Zope is a corporation based in Fredericksburg, Va., that provides open Web source service through dozens and dozens of companies, including Viacom, Boston.com, AARP, Bell Atlantic Mobile (now Verizon Wireless) and NASA.
Here are directions to add a story to Zope.
Here are directions to uploading photos.
In an online story you can run a column down the side of the page called a sidebar.
Having external links in your stories is very important. Here are directions on how to do that.
Once you have the copy of your story saved, select the words you want to act as a link. Here are directions on how to do it.
Here are directions for adding links to your stories.
Follow these directions to bold and italicize words in your story.
Here are directions to add video to your story.
Here are directions for publishing content to these areas on your site.
When creating or moving the order of verticals follow these directions.
Here are directions for creating homepage sections.
Follow these directions to correct your stories.
Craig Silverman, founder of the Regret the Error blog, shares his take on which media outlets got it wrong and which ones got it right – and why – during coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, with tips and takeaways for newsrooms on verification of digital information. Silverman (firstname.lastname@example.org) is an award-winning journalist and the founder of Regret the Error, a blog that reports on media errors and corrections, and trends regarding accuracy and verification.
Here are 5 takeaways from "Don't get fooled again: Best practices for online verification."