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Last Modified: October 17, 2021

To create a new blog post, go to Posts > Add New from your WordPress admin panel. First, you need to enter a title for your blog post in the text field near the top of the screen. Then choose a format for your blog post in the Format section on the right side of the screen.

Let’s take a look at the available blog post formats:

  • Standard – This is the default blog format. You can start adding content with the Elementor Page Builder.
  • Gallery – this format features an image gallery slider. In order for it to work, you need to add a gallery at the top of your page. A field named Post Format Gallery will appear in the blog single settings section of the page, and here you can upload and add your gallery images.
  • Video – a field named Post Format Video will appear in the blog single settings section of the page. Here you can enter your video links. You can link videos from YouTube or Vimeo, or alternatively, host your own videos. If you decide to self-host your video files, you need to upload the video files via the Media section (or you could upload a video directly to your server), and then enter the path to your video files in the corresponding fields. We recommend uploading videos in MP4 format in order to ensure compatibility with all modern browsers.
  • Audio – a field named Post Format Audio will appear in the blog single settings section of the page. Here you can enter the path to an audio file you have previously uploaded to the Media Library (or to your server directly). You can find the full list of all supported online audio services here
  • Link – a field named Post Format Link will appear in the blog single settings section of the page. Here you can enter the full URL of the page you would like to link to, as well as a text you wish to display on the link. 
  • Quote – a field named Post Format Quote will appear in the blog single settings section of the page. Here you can enter the quote you would like to display as well as the author of the quote. 
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