Post Formats is a WordPress theme feature that enables the writer to change how posts look by choosing a post format that corresponds with the content. The Gee theme supports the following post formats: Standard, Aside, Gallery, Link, Image, Quote, Status, Video, Audio, and Chat.
Post formats are a great way to add visual variety to your blog, as well as introduce new types of blog content to your site.
A short blog post that’s styled without a title and is similar to posting a quick note on Facebook.
A gallery of images that includes the gallery shortcode and corresponding image attachments.
A link to another site with an optional explanatory note. The first tag in the post content should be the anchor tag and must include the link class to ensure proper display.
<a href="path/to/link" class="link">Example Link</a>
A single image. The first tag in the post content should be the image tag and may include optional classes to style the image.
<img href="path/to/image" alt="" />
<img href="path/to/image" alt="" class="img-border" />
<img href="path/to/image" alt="" class="img-frame" />
<img href="path/to/image" alt="" class="img-rounded" />
A quotation with a blockquote and optional HTML citation.
<blockquote> <p>This is an example quote.</p> </blockquote>
<blockquote> <p>This is an example quote.</p> <p><cite>Optional citation</cite></p> </blockquote>
A short status update, similar to a Twitter status update.
An audio file.
A chat transcript.
Barry: I'm slow. No coffee this morning. Russell: <a href="http://omfgdogs.com/">OMFGDOGS</a>! Barry: Russell is in <a href="http://go.osu.edu/hub">Hub</a> again! David: I'm glad those dogs give you joy, Russell. It's the little things in life. Perhaps we should roll out OMFGDOGS for the rest of the library?! Russell: Hmm, perhaps!