CONJ supports all available post formats within the WordPress core, and you are welcome to make gallery, video, audio, and other post types on your blog page with post formats. 

Note that while the actual post content entry won’t change, CONJ theme will use this user choice to display the post differently based on the format chosen. For example, CONJ will leave off the display of the title for a “Status” post.

In case you start a new post containing a gallery, video, audio track, or quote, CONJ will automatically suggest the related post format. You can always choose “Standard” if you’d prefer the default layout.

Understanding post formats

blog-post-formats
Post formats allows you to add variety to the page that lists your blog entries.
  • Aside — For brief snippets of text that aren’t entirely whole blog posts, such as quick thoughts and anecdotes. Similar to a Facebook note update.
  • Image — A single image. The first <img/> tag in the post content or uploaded featured image will be considered as an image post format.
  • Video — A single video or video playlist. The first <video/> tag or embed in the post content will be considered as a video post format.
  • Quote — A quotation. The theme would add blockquote tag to the quote content automatically if the user didn’t add it.
  • Gallery — A gallery of images. Post will likely contain a gallery shortcode and will have image attachments.
  • Audio — An audio file of your tunes or podcasts. The first <audio/> tag or embed in the post content will be considered as a video post format.
  • Link — For those days when you just want to share a link to a fantastic article you read which creates a post that links to external resources right from the title.
  • Status — A quick update on what you are doing right now most likely to a Twitter status update because updates are no longer reserved for social networks.
  • Chat — To highlight an interesting conversation or a chat transcript you have with friends, both on and offline.

When writing or editing a post, Standard is used on any post that No Post Format is specified.

Last updated: 3 months ago

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