Article Submission Guidelines

Want to be a contributor on Kodlogs? We welcome you! You can get started with any questions/topics in any programming/software technology you are familiar with (ie C#, C++, Python, Java etc).
Have some kind of technical basis (no entries on restaurants, great beers, or day to day affairs)

Things to take care of:

*Your Kodlogs profile must display your real name. Articles submitted through a profile with a company name or pseudonym may be deleted.

*Your Kodlogs profile picture must be an actual picture of you. Articles submitted through a profile with a company logo or without a profile picture may be deleted.

*Content you submit must be original content written by you. Content written by you but published elsewhere (such as a personal or company blog) is acceptable as long as you have permission to republish it.

* Try to cover problem and a solution for issues.

* Please write unique content, check grammar and spellings in Grammarly or word document before posting.

* Use as much as H1, H2, H3 tags in content as this helps to rank your content well.

* Use code snippet in kodlog's editor to insert code .Code snippets, blockquotes, and other HTML elements must be properly formatted.

* Answer should be 700 plus words, max limit is 10,000 words.

Your Submission: What Doesn't Work

The following topics, on the other hand, are not well-suited to Kodlogs and may be deleted at the discretion of our moderators:

* Pure SEO (above the page-structure level; DOM- and code-level SEO optimizations are fine, but this is sometimes a fine line). This includes similar fields, like ASO, etc.

*Gadgets without a related developer story.

*Raw press releases/minor product announcements.

*Ads for products and professional services. If you want to advertise with Kodlogs please contact us.

*Advertorial content (won't win you any developer friends anyway). Advertorial content may be selectively deleted by our editors at their discretion and includes:

>Overtly marketing-oriented links to products and/or professional services.

>Calls-to-Action (CTAs).

>Non-technical content that only applies to paid/closed source/proprietary software.

>Opinion-based/editorial articles solely describing benefits of a product, service, etc., without touching on the drawbacks.

>Lists or summaries of product features.

>Lists or summaries of problems that a product solves.

>Irrelevant content.

>Blurbs or incomplete articles. This includes articles with introductions that link off-site for the full article.