Incredible! You just installed the world's most amazing publishing platform. You can use Postleaf to start a new blog or a website. Either way, great choice!
By the way, this is just a sample post to help you get started. You can delete it anytime.
The Admin Panel
You can login to the admin panel by adding
/admin to your website's URL. This is where you'll manage your posts, tags, users, and settings. For example:
To logout, click the Postleaf logo and select Logout.
Postleaf's editor shows you exactly what your post will look like as you write it. This is known as inline editing, but most people just call it "incredible." If you prefer a distraction-free environment, that's fine too. In that case, check out Zen Mode.
Pretty much everything you need can be found in the toolbar, but there are a couple hidden features. Try dragging an image over the editor, for example. Or pasting a link to a YouTube video. Or using Markdown shortcuts as you type.
There's so much more to this software than just posts, but I'll get out of the way and let you do some exploring.
If you enjoy Postleaf, please tell someone about it. Post a status. Send a tweet. Star the repo on GitHub. Help me spread the word about Postleaf and, if you can, please make a donation to the project so I can continue developing it.
For more info and other helpful links, head over to Settings > About in the admin panel.
— Cory LaViska, Creator of Postleaf