Squarespace Blog page

Quadratic Blog Page

Default Grid/List Blog Pages - Square Help A few template sharing a grid/list styles for their blog pages. There are two ways to display your blog postings in this design: Raster - A contemporary looking raster of thumbnails associated with blog entries. Liste - A classical piled listing of contributions, beginning with the last contribution. You can use this tutorial to discover the unparalleled functions of the blog page Default Grid/List.

The blog page is available in the following templates: Please note: All other submissions have a blog page that is peculiar to your team. You can find more help in our Blog Layout by templates page. General information about how to create and edit blog entries can be found under Blogging with Squarespace. When you click on a contribution, the single contribution is opened either in grids or lists under its own address.

Every submission has more styling options that influence the look of the blog page. Brine, for example, can support a side flag and a side head. Put your blog page on a grating or playlist and change your blog page between different lifestyles at any point. All blog pages on your website are subject to this preference.

That means if you have several blog pages, it is not possible to use a raster and a listing. Allows you to customize all blog pages on your website to the raster or listing layout: Visit your blog page. On the Start menu, click Design, and then click Style Editor. Browse down to the blog:

Lists area. Pick Style: Raster or style: In order to distinguish between several blog entries, you can select whether each individual extract or the entire article is displayed. Blog grids are a visual destination page that help your users navigate through your blog postings. With the raster layouts, the miniature view picture of the contribution becomes a picture-tiles.

You will see the article heading and meetadata below. View excerpts from the tea list or the full article. Click on the miniature view tiles or the article titles to view the complete article. To get the best results, we suggest that you add thumbnails to each blog entry in the Blog Editor Options section.

When you do not attach a Thumbnail Image, the posting header appears instead of the Mini View tiles. On the blog: Lists area of the Style Editor: You use the Contributions per Line (Max.) option to specify how many contributions are displayed in each line. You can use the Distance setting to change the distance between thumbnails.

Adjust this option to 00px so that the thumbnails meet horizontal. Clear the Show image check box to suppress the thumbnails. Optionally, you can include an extract or full text. Removes all text from the page and displays thumbnails only: On the blog, browse to Primary: None and Secondary: None:

The metadata section of the Style Editor. Disable the Show Title option in the blog: Lists area. When you have selected Snapshots or Full Contributions in the Blog Settings Editor, clear the Show Excerpt or Show Post Body check box. Schedule layouts (stacked) offer a more traditionally styled blog style that focuses on the text or contents of each blog item.

Within the drop-down menu, the posting miniature screen is displayed above the posting header. You will see the article heading and meetadata below. They can also show tea excerpts or the full contents of the contribution. On the blog: Lists area of the Style Editor: Specify the sizes of the thumbnails with the Max Max Images Width setting.

If you want to suppress the thumbnails and display only the postal heading and meetadata, clear the Show image check box. Insert, customize or conceal the line between the poles using the separator optimizations. You can see the article heading above the article name. Clear the Show Titles check box to suppress it. You can use Metro Data Optimizer to select where the Metro data is displayed (by heading, by heading, or by content).

Orientation defines the orientation (left, centered, or right) of text and thumbnails. You can also view excerpts from the text or the full articles, according to how much you want to publish on the blog's page. In order to view one of these options, activate the function in the blog settings:

For the blog page, click the icon. Choose either Extract or Complete on the Feature page. New optimizations appear in the blog once activated: Lists area of the Style Editor. These optimizations allow you to show or hide the entire body or clipping text, or include a Read More shortcut to clippings.

Adds blog entries to your blog with body text or extracts from text. Hint: Even if they are deactivated or faded out, extracts are displayed in totals blocks. Please note: You must activate global commenting before you can activate commenting on a single blog entry. You can view any two of the following types of information for the blog page and single blog entries:

Specify which blog entries to display: Style editor subset of style data with elementary and elementary optimizations. On the blog page, browse to where the blog shows the sub-titles ( "Title", "Title" or "Content"), optimizing the blog's metadata: Lists area. Opt for blog post where the blog's methadata is displayed (by track or by track), optimizing the blog's metadata:

To achieve the best effect, make sure your subitems are displayed in one line by resizing the meta font or changing the length of the subitems (e.g. reducing the number of tag per post). On the blog: Style Editor pane, use the Show page caption and Show page arrow options to show navigational arrow and text at the bottom of the blog page.

By clicking on the links, users will be taken to the next page of blogposting. In Blog Settings, specify how many postings are displayed per page. Adaptable layouts for this blog page make it a great choice for many kinds of contents. Eliminate some or all of the text from the grids blog page to focus on thumbnails.

If you have a photoblog, this can be useful. See the Grid Design section of this manual for more information.

Optimizations in the blog: Style Editor Typography & Color adjusts the fonts and color for both the blog page and single blog items. Visitors who click on a blog entry within the blog page open the entry under its own unique link. Utilize the optimizations in the blog:

Items area of the Styles Editor to customize your blog entries. Align adapts the orientation (left, centered or right) of the image data, the postal heading, the shared keys and the annotation field. Shares Icons sets whether the Shares and Annotations icons are displayed above or below the message contents. You can customize whether the caption, heading, or posting is displayed with it.

Blogs show the same two types of blog page as the blog page. You can use the Show page breaks optimizations to show arrowheads, Next and Previous captions, and blog entry headings inavigation. Pagination Meta Tie to create a tag for the next and preceding posting (category, artist, date, place, tag, or comment).

Fade out to delete the navigational items from the blog pages. Blogs have adjustable shared button. Both layouts show blog pages and blog post in stacks on your smartphone.

Mehr zum Thema