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How does this blog work? Well, like any other blog site does. But, since people can come to the site from different locations and land on different pages, this should be a good starting point that will explain everything about The Green Report.

On the top navigation, you will notice the following options:


The Home is, as you guessed, our homepage. It contains the latest news related to The Green Report, trending articles, quick reads, and random posts in case you are unsure what you would like to learn next.


On the Categories page, we sort our articles into different automation topics. Maybe you are only interested in Mobile automation and would like to see only articles related to this topic. In that case, you can use this page to filter them according to your interests.


Once you start reading the articles, you will see that each contains links to the code example and additional required data. On this page, however, you will find more resources like cheat sheets, books, and applications that might be useful in your automation journey.


The About page contains a short story about The Green Report and me, the founder. 🙂


And as you may have guessed again, the Contact page contains ways to reach me out for questions related to the articles, partnerships, or suggestions.

Blog post structure

Each blog post has some common elements. On the top, right beneath the title, are the statistical information like when the article was published, how much time it takes to read it, and how many times someone viewed it.

Oct 30th 2022 5 min read 100 views

Beneath the image, you will find some tags split into different categories:

Tutorial difficulty (increased difficulty means more knowledge regarding some technologies is required to grasp the tutorial):

Then there are the main category tags. They represent the main category of the blog post:
Programming languages used in blog posts also have their tags:
As well as frameworks and other helpful tools:
Hovering over programming languages or frameworks will reveal the version used in the blog posts.

Each code example is placed in a block like the following one:

//Example code goes here

And hovering over the code section will reveal a copy to the clipboard button, which you can use for easy coping.

Summaries or important notes can usually be found near the end of the article in a highlighted section like this one:

Some important notes related to the article go here.

And in case the post wasn't written by me, at the end of it, you will find data about the original author and ways to reach them out:

First_Name Last_Name

In this section, you will find some information about the authors and links to their social media if they want to share it.