Posts appear in reverse chronological order with the newest post on top. Pages tend to used for static content that does not need to be regularly updated.
If you are contributing to a public City blog, accessibility regulations state that the structure of your blog and the design of your content must be accessible. If you are uploading external content, e.g. Word documents and PDFs, to your blog, review the guidance on creating accessible content:
Remember to add alternative text to images that you use on City blogs.
See further guidance on writing your first blog post.
From the post text editor, select the add media icon which is located at the top of the editor. Hover over an icon for information on its function.
Find the YouTube or Vimeo video that you want to embed:
Please note: You need to ensure that you have permission to embed the video. If you are unsure of the permissions, then you can simply create a link to the video.
Pages are not part of the chronological blog stream and are more suited to static content that doesn’t need to be updated regularly.
Note : You can nest pages under other pages by making one the parent of the other. You can do this from the Page Attributes section of the Add Page/Edit screen by selecting the appropriate Parent page from the drop-down menu.