From Larry Borsato:
Bleezer is a blogging tool that works with any blogging service. Features include: WYSIWYG editing, Image uploads, Category support, Add tags for any tag service, and Custom Markup Creation.
What's new in this version: New product.
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"why would a blog address need a port number?"
Version: Bleezer 0.9.8.2
I didn't get a chance to find any pros because I didn't get passed the account setup because it was asking for the port number of my blog's web page.
Asked me for a port number when setting up my blog page. It would not let me leave it blank.
Bottom-line and I'm wrong and I need a port number to blog to my web page, then someone please read this and leave a comment to let me know how to actually use this application. All I wanted was something similar to Live Writer but for mac. Live Writer never asked for a port number to set up my blog. I hope I find a blogging app for mac that will actually work. One down, I hope there is one out there.