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With a blog you will obviously publish content. To do with this theme is nothing different or out of the ordinary. This theme will make excerpts automatically. You have to do nothing special. That said, though, you may want to control excerpts or post mark-up like images in them.
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I have added custom pull quote functionality for the theme users.
Beginning with build number B20070511 I have added custom pull quote functionality for the theme users. This feature will be seen on the single post pages as well as the excerpts, but the styling is slightly different. It’s rather easy to do and it is backwards-safe so you don’t have to implement these steps on older posts unless you choose to. Here’s what you do:
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Beginning with build number B20070404 I have added custom description and keyword functionality for the blogger serious about search engine optimization. I also made other related changes such as a modified
h1 heading elements, but this post is dedicated to using the custom description and keyword modifications.
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Some user will want to host ads on their blogs so I made it simple to do in a couple of areas. First the sidebar is designed to host ads; second facility for a banner ad was provided. This post will explain how to implement advertising in these two locations.
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The admin post page has two textareas you will be concerned with: The main “Write Post” textarea and the “Optional Excerpt” textarea. With this theme you may want to use both of these textareas. In this post I will tell you how to turn off the “Visual Rich Editor” and modify the size of the two aforementioned textareas.
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Sometimes your content will be a list of items. The three list types are pre-styled with this theme so all you have to do is choose which list best meets your needs, then add the mark-up. The three list types available are the unordered list, the ordered list, and the definition list. Two of these, the unordered and ordered list types, can be implement with the quick tags buttons located above the “Write Post” textarea. If you need more help with this, please visit the WordPress Codex to review the documentation.
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