Want a blog to express yourself? Would you like to keep others updated with what you’re up to or simply record your own musings? Or are you interested in creating great content to attract a horde of people to your site? A blog lets you do all these things and more.

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Main Blog Page

Your main blog page is automatically generated and shows a list of your most recent blog posts, each with an excerpt, a “read more” link, post date and any tags you set for the post. The optional sidebar can show useful blog related widgets.

diagram showing different blog page areas

Blog Post Page

Each post page shows the post you created. Additionally, several elements are added automatically to provide optional functionality, such as an About the Author box, a comments area where guests can leave comments, popular and related posts (listed with optional thumbnails), a way for users to share the post with their own social network, etc.

diagram showing different blog page areas

Blog Widgets

Widgets are objects packed with some predefined functionality, that you can place wherever you want on a page, set a few options and not have to worry about how to otherwise achieve the functionality they provide. The widgets below are shown in a two column layout page and are inserted into a titled box but you can place them however you like.

Recent Posts Widget

Widget shows the most recent posts from your blog. Insert the widget in page and change options you want.

  • count – number of posts to display
  • thumbnail – display/hide post thumbnail
Popular Posts Widget

Widget shows the most popular posts from your blog. Insert the widget in page and change options you want.

  • count – number of posts to display
  • thumbnail – display/hide post thumbnail
Recent Comments Widget

Widget shows the most recent comments from your blog. Insert the widget in page and change options you want.

  • number – number of comments to display
Recent Comments
[recent_comments number=”3″]
Tag Cloud Widget

Widget shows a “tag cloud” for your blog. Insert the widget in page and change options you want.

  • number – number of tags to display
Tags
[post_tags number=”100″]
Recent Tweets Widget

This is not strictly a blog widget since it shows recent tweets from a Twitter account, rather than your blog. Insert widget in page and change options you want.

  • count – number of tweets to display
  • username – Twitter account username
Recent Tweets
    No Twitter Messages.

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