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Date: 10 Sep 2011
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-Categories: docs/recipes
+Categories: docs/creating-content, docs/recipes
Summary: Imagine for a moment that you run a blog that frequently runs articles from guest bloggers. They provide the content, and in return get some publicity and a link back to their own site from the bottom of their article. What's the best way to do this with Nesta?
# Adding author biographies to articles
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their articles. What's the best way to do this with Nesta?
There are a couple of approaches you can take, but I really like the way
-that Adam and Wynn are doing it on <http://thesassway.com>.
+that Adam and Wynn are doing it on [thesassway.com][].
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+[thesassway.com]: http://thesassway.com
Here's what you do (as Adam explained it to me):
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# Recipes
-Each Nesta Recipe shows how to approach a common task in Nesta. They
-include example code that you can use in your own site, or as
-inspiration for how to get the most out of Nesta.
+Each Nesta Recipe shows how to approach a common task, such as adding
+author biographies or setting up syntax highlighting. They include
+example code that you can use in your own site, or as inspiration for
+how to get the most out of Nesta.
If you've got an idea for a new recipe, we'd love to hear about it (you
can email your idea to the mailing list at <nesta@librelist.com>, or
contact [@nestacms][] on Twitter).
+Credit for the idea of publishing a list of recipes goes to Adam
+Stakoviac of [The Changelog][] fame.
+
[@nestacms]: http://twitter.com/nestacms
+[The Changelog]: http://thechangelog.com

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