As of AEM 6.1 Communities, a blog is a community activity. Blog articles are now posted from the publish environment, where previously, blog articles could only be created in the author environment and published .
Blog articles may now be created by any community member, unless restricted to privileged members.
This page provides the essential information for working with the blog feature.
The underlying infrastructure of the blog feature is the journal feature.
The blog feature is comprised of two main components that are available by adding the Blog function or by adding the components to a page in author edit mode.
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UGC should be moderated using one of the standard methods for moderation.
See Moderating User Generated Content.
As of AEM 6.1 Communities, use of a common store for UGC includes programmatic access to UGC regardless of the chosen storage option (such as ASRP, MSRP or JSRP).
The location and format of the UGC in the repository is subject to change without warning.
When the deployment is a publish farm, it is necessary to identify a primary publisher that will poll for articles scheduled to be published.
See Primary Publisher for more details.
The AEM platform blocks links from other websites to prevent XSS attacks as described in
As of AEM 6.2, the modifications previously required to be made manually are included in the default AntiSamy config file.
Rich media is embeded in a blog article by selecting the Embed Media from External Sites icon :