Theme preview

A sample post

This is what a post looks like. This post is starred — in the built-in theme its title is big, but you may do something else.

This paragraph has just a filler text. The theory of empathy is free. The rhythm has an elegant factographic chthonic myth. Artistic mediation is a catharsis. The liturgical drama has psychological parallelism.

Subheadings, text formatting and images

Your post may have subheadings as above, hyperlinks and use text formatting, like italics, bold, or monospace.

An image with a caption:

La creazione di Adamo. Michelangelo Buonarroti, c. 1511

A table follows this paragraph. This paragraph has just a filler text. The theory of empathy is free. The rhythm has an elegant factographic chthonic myth. Artistic mediation is a catharsis. The liturgical drama has psychological parallelism.

CityTime zoneCodeFrom Greenwich
ChelyabinskYekaterinburg TimeYEKT+5 h.
MoscowMoscow TimeMSK+3 h.
LondonGreenwich Mean TimeGMT
New YorkEastern TimeET−5 h.
San FranciscoPacific TimePT−8 h.

Some text may be separated with a horisontal rule:


Ordered list:

  1. This is a long list item so that you see what it looks like spanning several lines. Make sure the spacing between the items is bigger than the line height.
  2. This is a short element.

Unordered list:

  • This is a long list item so that you see what it looks like spanning several lines. Make sure the spacing between the items is bigger than the line height.
  • This is a short element.

Just below, there are the publish date and the tags wrapped in e2-note-tags.

Today   a tag   another one

Another sample post

This is a second example to help you adjust the distance between the posts in a feed. This post is also not starred unlike the previous one. The title is not a link here — as if we were on the posts’ page. It also has a highlighed tag — as if we were on that tag’s page. And it has a comments link — as if it had comments.

 5 comments   Today   first tag   the current one   and one more

A sample post in the search results

This is what a post looks like in the search results page. The query text would be highlighted, and all the images from the post would be previewed below. Some of them may also be highlighted. The mark tag is used for all highlighting, including the tag in the post above.

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2 comments
John Smith
This is a sample comment.
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen
A surprisingly short comment.