Today marks an incredible day for many of our customers.
Setting any published Post or Page as a Homepage is now possible.
This feature has been requested by many of our customers, old and new, since we launched blogstatic.
However, with blogstatic being a blogging-first platform, we had to ensure this feature does not complicate how blogstatic works.
Technically speaking, this means that you can now modify any Post through content or HTML/JS and set it to mimic a traditional Homepage while all your posts sit on the
This is perfect for those of us who want to show our visitors visiting our blog a bit more about us before they see our posts.
And with blogstatic posts being fully customizable, including adding HTML, JS, and changing its metadata — the possibilities are endless.
Specifically speaking, on your Homepage your can:
- Say a few words about yourself
- Talk about what to expect from your blog
- Include any photos that represent you and your blog
- Offer your visitors a way to signup for your Newsletter
- Show your blog's latest posts
- ...just to name a few!
If you're feeling a bit more advanced, you can utilize our Non-auth JSON API and, via JS, include bits of your posts wrapped in their own custom HTML/CSS structure.
This feature is available on the Expert Plan and above.
How to use it
Here's a quick guide on how to set a Post or a Page as a Homepage.