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Posterous blogging platform gets static pages, customizable from your browser

It's weird to get excited about a blogging platform adding pages you can customize using your browser (doesn't everyone have those?) but for Posterous, it's a bold new feature. The lightweight blogging service distinguished itself with a unique post-via-email interface that meant you didn't even have to sign up for an account to get started. That works great for impromptu short posts, but what if you want an elaborate static page for a bio or links to your other online points of contact?

Posterous' new Pages feature lets you do that with an editor that supports rich text, images and more. In fact, it's the same editor you already use to edit posts on Posterous. If you're using a standard Posterous theme, Pages should already be available to you. With a custom theme, you may have to do a little more work, but the instructions should be easy to follow.

[via TheNextWeb]

Tags: blogging, blogs, cms, pages, platform, posterous