Ruby on Rails Blogging for Newbies?

I want a site with:

  1. A blog
  2. Static pages
  3. total customization
  4. dynamic content / server side processing.

How can I, a total beginner, get up and running with RoR?

I didn’t understand exactly what you want… you want instructions to
create or a that someone do it for you?

If you just want know about a complete solution… you can use a CMS…
like
RefineryCMS

If you want learn how to do it… well… there are plenty of blogs and
tutorials… and I can recommend railscast.com… you can search there,
I
think that there are something about blogs… like do it yourself and
there
also plenty of videos about frameworks and apps that help to do
things…

It’s easy and instructive… for beginners and even professionals

On 21 November 2013 02:29, Garrett S. [email protected] wrote:

I want a site with:

  1. A blog
  2. Static pages
  3. total customization
  4. dynamic content / server side processing.

How can I, a total beginner, get up and running with RoR?

Start by working right through a good tutorial such as
railstutorial.org (which is free to use online), that will show you
the basics of Rails.

Colin

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start from here http://guides.rubyonrails.org/getting_started.html

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On Nov 20, 2013, at 6:29 PM, Garrett S. [email protected]
wrote:

I want a site with:

  1. A blog
  2. Static pages
  3. total customization
  4. dynamic content / server side processing.

How can I, a total beginner, get up and running with RoR?

Do you want a completely home-brew site, built entirely by you using RoR
as your application framework?

Are you a total beginner with just Rails, or also with Ruby, and/or also
with software development and deployment?

The reason I ask is because the answers depend on knowing a bit more
about you.

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