Posts can be used to update your Web pages with new content, dynamically; as opposed to using a static Content Element, such as a Text Block. Posts can include news articles, calendar events, or even map locations.

This page will explain how to add the Posts you have created to your Web pages. The various display options for your Posts are also discussed.
When creating a new post, you may feel that you have too many options to choose from.

This tutorial explains how to use the "Configuration" options, which allow you to remove unnecessary elements from your Post Types.
Once you have created your Post Types, you can now add your individual Posts. This page will teach you how.
This tutorial explains how to create new Post Types, which are used to categorize your Posts.

A Post Type must be created before any individual Posts can be added.

This tutorial explains how to add Alert and Announcement banners to the homepage. This feature is used to prominently display short messages to visitors.

Note: This feature may not currently be available for all sites.
Feature Groups allow you to highlight your most important or noteworthy Posts, and display them in a prominent, image gallery-style Post Browser.
Once you have created a Post, you can return to edit it at any time. This tutorial will explain how.
Maps are an alternate Post Type format that can be created in the same way as a regular, text-based Post Type.

This tutorial will explain how to create and add maps to your Web page.
The Themes feature allows you to create collections of images for use with regularly occurring posts.

You can create themes for your posts about sports, homecoming, academics, and more. This tutorial explains how to create themes and apply them to Posts.