Blogging is a great way to keep your website fresh, share stories of your clients, and adds a personal touch to your website. With beautiful designs right out of the box, Pixieset Website makes it easy and fun to start blogging today. In this article, we will walk through how to add a blog area to your website, how to create a blog post, and more.
Adding a Blog Area
To add Blog to your website, go to the website dashboard, and click on "+ Add Page", and select "Blog".
Once you have added the Blog Area to your website, simply click on + New Post, to write your first blog post.
Create and Publish a Blog Post
To start filling in your blog content, click on the Edit Post button at the top right of the screen.
Once you are in the full page Edit Mode, you can change the cover image for this blog post, add categories, and toggle the Quick Layout button to update the look of the post. You can use the quick-add bar at the bottom of the page to start filling in the content of your post. Add a header, text, image, grid of images, and more.
Opening up the Post Settings panel will give you the option to update the post visibility, changing the post publish date, update the post url, add categories and tags and more.
Once you are happy with the content and the settings, you can go ahead and publish the blog post by click on the "Publish Post" button at the top right. The first time you publish a post, it will also publish the "Blog Area" and make it visible from your website.
Managing your Blog Area
The blog area on your Website can be updated at anytime. Simply go to Settings > Blog, or you can click here, and you'll be able to Add Categories, enable the Publish Date, enable Post Social Sharing, and control whether or not to Show Related Posts.
You can always change up the look and feel of this blog area by toggling the Quick Layout button at the top right corner of the block.
To control the look of your Blog Feed, simply click anywhere on the Blog page to open the Blog Feed Settings. From here you can control the number of Posts per page, Posts loading style, and more!