Blog Post #5: Effect of wikiHow on writing process/product

The biggest thing that you notice when you write for WikiHow is that there is a large content management system format available to you, and every instruction set has the same basic design. While this may hold true, there is also a range of different tools to personalize your instruction set. You can choose from a variety of different tools they have available to fill out information about your instruction set. But all of these tools are in-house and follow the same format. You cannot design your own “Tips” category. Everyone has access to the same building block. But you design your blocks in a different manner individually. This is what they call a content management system for all intents and purposes. If you want to learn more about content management systems, there is a WikiHow article on that!


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