# Posts

You can see the current blog posts by visiting the Posts page.

Screenshot of the posts

Clicking the posts’ name will edit the selected post.

You can also delete the post by clicking on the trash icon on the right.

# Creating a Post

Clicking on the “New Post” will allow you to create a new blog post:

Screenshot of the posts

  • Title — Title of the post.
  • Text — Content of the post. Uploading images are not available when creating a new post. After it was saved you can upload images by drag & drop or selecting the “Insert Image” from the editor toolbar.
  • Tags — (optional) comma separated tags
  • External URL — (optional) if an URL is provided, the blog post title will point to that url.
  • Publish Date — when the blog post will be published. You can even set a past or future date. Setting this date in the future and marking the blog as published, allows you to write a blog post that will appear only after the published date.
  • Published — when checked the blog post will be available on the site.
  • Original Content — checking it will prefix the blog post title with a “★”.

Posts content is auto-saved in the browser’s local storage. In case of a browser crash, lost internet connection, opening the post in the same browser can restore the post.

# Editing a Post

Clicking on the post’s title will allow you to edit an existing post:

Screenshot of the posts

  • Title — Title of the post.
  • Text — Content of the post. You can upload images by drag & drop or selecting the “Insert Image” from the editor toolbar.
  • Tags — (optional) comma separated tags
  • External URL — (optional) if an URL is provided, the blog post title will point to that url.
  • Publish Date — when the blog post will be published. You can even set a past or future date. Setting this date in the future and marking the blog as published, allows you to write a blog post that will appear only after the published date.
  • Published — when checked the blog post will be available on the site.
  • Original Content — checking it will prefix the blog post title with a “★”.

Posts content is auto-saved in the browser’s local storage. In case of a browser crash, lost internet connection, opening the post in the same browser can restore the post.