Blog pages operate slightly differently to a normal standard page, you don’t need to go to the Pages menu to a new a new blog post, simply go to the blog page you wish to add a post to and a new context sensitive menu will appear at the bottom of the page.


  1. Click New Post.

  2. Give your post a title (e.g. for an event you should put its name or just the title of the subject you are writing about).

  3. By default, the date of the post will be the current date, however, you can edit it by clicking the date and using the pop-up calendar to set the custom date.

  4. Now below the date is an area that is much like a standard page, you can drag out any element you like to be part of the blog post.

  5. For this example, we will outline what a standard blog post could look like. Drag out an image element and text element below and fill out the first paragraph of intro information and upload the photo banner.

  6. Now that we have the start of the article you can drag out below the existing elements a Read More Break element, this is a special element that sets up where the read more option will be and any element you drag below this line will only be displayed after the user clicks to read more. This allows your users to view lots of posts on your blog page without having to scroll past walls of text.

  7. Under the read more break you can now finish dragging out any more text and images/galleries you wish.

  8. Once Done click Post, this will automatically publish the Article to the blog page and add it to the list in date order.


Another Great way to use Blog's are to post up PDF Newsletters:

  1. Click New Post.

  2. Give your post a title (e.g.  for a newsletter you should put the issue number and title).

  3. By default, the date of the post will be the current date, however, you can edit it by clicking the date and using the pop-up calendar to set the custom date.

  4. Now below the date is an area that is much like a standard page, you can drag out any element you like to be part of the blog post.

  5. Start by dragging out a button element, click it select button text and naming it something like “PDF Download”, once named click the back arrow to go to the buttons main menu, then click link and then file, click Upload New then drag the PDF file or browse for it and let it upload.

  6. Once it's uploaded you should tick Open in a new window, this will open the PDF newsletter in a new window when the user clicks on the button.

  7. Save the Post and it will be added to the blog list.