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Top Offline Blog Editors for WordPress

For bloggers who couldn’t use the Internet 24/7 but needs to update their blog regularly, offline blog editors is best for you, because it allows you to create blog posts without an Internet connection.

Work offline to create, format, and publish posts to your blog using these best offline blog editors:


Windows Live Writer: It works seamlessly with most blogging applications, including WordPress, Blogger, TypePad, Movable Type, LiveJournal, and more. It comes straight from Microsoft and is one of the most feature rich offline blog editors available. It allows basic image editing, inserting Bing Maps and theme previews.

BlogDesk: It is a simple blog editor for windows that works well with WordPress, Movable Type, ExpressionEngine, Drupal and Serendipity blogging applications.

Blog Jet: It supports drafts, pages, adding images, file attachment and many other important features.


MarsEdit: Supports a wide variety of text editors and supports media uploading.

Blogo: Supports WordPress, Drupal, Expression Engine and many micro-blogging services. It lets you ping services and post to multiple blogs at once.

Cross Platform

Qumana: Available for Mac, Linux and Windows and has all the standard features + video insertion. Note: You can see Linux is available on download page.

ScribeFire: A cross platform offline blog editor that is available as browser extension for Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera. It supports adding images, custom fields and scheduling.

Author’s note: The list compiled above is not intended to be an endorsement by BLOGOOLA.COM, but just to give a comprehensive list of “offline blog editors” for bloggers. You can always do your research to find the right one for you before you commit to anything.

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  1. [...] you are looking for a more flexible and sophisticated way to compose your posts there are a few blog editing tools you may want to have a look [...]

  2. Just last night I lost about an hours work because I’ve gotten too trusting of the saving drafts feature in WordPress.

    I’ve been looking for an alternative on my Mac for writing posts and then being able to publish them all from the same app.

    Are there any of these you would recommend?

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