What Is Stuffr?
Stuffr is a desktop blogging client for Windows with a streamlined design that works in conjuction with multiple weblog platforms. Stuffr was not designed to contain every feature and option that might be available in other blogging clients, but with keyboard shortcuts, syntax highlighting, and smart prompts, Stuffr offers you all of the tools needed for speedy and convenient posting.
Stuffr allows you to save drafts or publish entries to your blog in real time, but it also offers the choice of saving the post locally for further review and editing. Stuffr currently supports Blogger, Movable Type and Wordpress blogs, as well as Tumblr Tumblelogs.
Stuffr provides several “smart” prompts for adding hyperlinks, files, images, and embedded YouTube, Vimeo, College Humor, or MetaCafe videos within your posts. Whether it’s the one click insertion of hyperlinks, or the automatic generation of embedded code for online videos, Stuffr handles it all for you, so you can concentrate on blogging. When uploaded, images are inserted into the post with the proper image source tag, while files are inserted with a hyperlink to the files location.
Stuffr does what a blogging client should, and it does it quickly and efficiently. So when you have a lot on your mind, take your thoughts and Stuff ‘em!
Which Platforms Does Stuffr Support?
Where Can I Download Stuffr?
You can download Stuffr on our download page.
How Can I Support Development of Stuffr?
Stuffr is freeware. There is no charge to use the software, but you can show your support with your donation. Your support will help guarantee subsequent versions of this awesome blogging tool.
If you wish to donate, you can contact Slobokan for details.
What’s On The Horizon?
We are planning to add the following features in future releases:
- Drupal Support
- SmugMug Support
You can send feature requests to Slobokan.
I Can’t Seem To Post “Drafts” To My Movable Type Blog.
If you add ‘NoPublishMeansDraft 1′ to your mt-config.cgi file, Stuffr will save all your posts as drafts and Movable Type will actually see them the same way.