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Posts (SHINE Daily)

The Posts content type is used for creating SHINE Daily blog posts on the site.

Use Locations

  • SHINE Daily Listing pages
  • SHINE Daily Detail pages
  • Feature Row Block
  • Show Info Block (list of posts associated with the show)
  • DJ Bio Block (list of posts associated with the DJ)

Creating & Editing Posts

  1. Click on “Posts” in the left sidebar of the admin page.
  2. To edit an existing post, click on “All Posts” to see and select the post you wish to modify.
  3. To add a new post, click on “Add New
  4. Enter the post’s title
  5. Build the post page content using the block editor
  6. Enter information into the fields in the right sidebar Document tab:

    • Author: set the author of the page if it is not associated with your user
    • Categories: set the categories (topics) for the post
    • Shows: set any additional shows associated with the post if not already set by the Author
    • Featured Image: the image of the post which appears in listings, featured blocks, and on the detail page embedded in the content
    • Excerpt: a short description of the post
    • Banner Text Override: the page banner is the same as the title by default, enter text here to override the banner text
    • Banner Image: a banner image specific to this post instead of the default for posts
    • Featured: toggling this option will make the post appear in the featured row or possible in the featured block on listing pages
    • Search Exclude: toggle this to exclude the page from Search


Posts can be tagged and filtered with the following Taxonomies:

  • Topic (Category)

You can add a new taxonomy type by clicking on “Categories” in the Admin area under Posts. This will take you to a page listing all the current taxonomies of that type. You can add a new type using the fields on the left.

Alternatively, you can quick add a taxonomy using the taxonomy box in the right hand sidebar menu on the edit page on any Post.

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