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Blog Posts

Blog Posts are articles that are shown in reverse chronological order on the blogs pages. 

You can manage all the blogs posts in Site > Blog Posts section in your StoreHippo Admin Panel.

Adding a blog post

Blog posts are added to a blog. So make sure you have added the blog before you add a blog post. Please refer the topic of the blog for steps on adding a blog.
To add a new blog post, click on the Add New button in the top right corner. Clicking on the button will open a form with following fields:

Title

Enter the title of the blog post that you want to be displayed to the customers.

Alias

Aliases are used to create unique URL for the blog on your Storefront. Aliases are created automatically but you can always modify it to create an SEO friendly URL for the blog post. 

Content

Enter the content of the blog posts. 

Image

Select the cover image for the blog post. 

Author

Enter the name of the author for the blog post.

Date

Enter the posted date of the blog post.

Publish

Use the checkbox to publish or unpublish the blog post on the storefront.

SEO

StoreHipo allows you to provide custom information needed for effective SEO of your products. You can provide the SEO informationinthe SEO tab.

Title

Enter the title of the blog to specify a custom title for the bog page for SEO. If you do not specify this field, the blog title is used as the title.

Description

Enter the description of the blog to specify a custom meta description for the product page for SEO. 

Keywords

Enter the keywords to specify a custom meta keywords for the blog page for SEO.

Canonical URL

The canonical URL used to declare a single page as its own source or for duplicate pages to reference their source/originating page. This is an advanced SEO option and should be used carefully.

Sitemap Priority

Sitemap priority defines the priority of the particular page in your store, pages with higher priorities are crawled by Google more often. Provide the sitemap priority to the pages within a range of 0.0 to 1.0. Default priority used is 0.3.


Click on Save button to save the blog post.