Title PublishComments<img src="files/12/wheel.jpg" class="image" alt="wheel.jpg" />
This post is designed to display all the elements that can be styled in a post. The goal is to let you decide if a theme's total design will work for you. That's pretty straight forward, so let's jump in!
Be sure to check out other posts to get a feel of how a normal post will look.
Theo has several buttons that insert the most commonly used HTML for you. You can manually add HTML, like ul and li tags.
<li>An Unordered List</li>
<li>Contains Bullet Items</li>
<li>In An Orderly Way</li>
Below is an example of a quote. Theo doesn't automatically add the cite element, as you may or may not use it.
<blockquote>"Typographers do not design, and designers are not typographers."</blockquote>
You can add images to your post, and captions. Most themes assign a max width for images so you don't have to resize them.
<img src="files/12/sunset.jpg" class="image" alt="sunset.jpg" />
<sub>Images often have captions.</sub>
You can also add code snippets to your post. When adding code, you'll want to use unicode for < and > (&lt; and &gt;).
echo 'Pulvinar Blandit';
An Add-In is a plugin that adds content into a post. The example below shows simple usage, but you could use it to add a variety of things.
[ADD]sample(This Is Text From An Add-In)[ADD]
If you enable comments, you'll get the comment form below. A few example comments are included to show styling.