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Templates are used to present your content. There are different templates for each purpose. They control the layout as well as the design of you page. This page for example uses the portfolio template of the light theme. Below the content blocks, a page grid with a selection of other pages quickly gives your visitors a visual impression of your work.
Automad ships with two elegant themes — light and dark. This page uses the blog template of the light theme. It is configured to hide the page title and to display a filtered set of pages in the grid below. Check out all settings and start playing around. Don't worry, nothing can break!
A post in Automad is just a page including some meta data, like a date and tags, the post content and a list of related pages at the bottom. Related pages are controlled by common tags. The page content can have a wide selection of blocks — it includes paragraphs, headings, lists, images, tables, galleries, slider and so on.
Similar to posts, projects also have meta data like a date and tags. Those data provide a good way of structuring your work. Aside from that, a project page is in most cases also about images. Check out the slider block below.
Each post consists of one or more blocks. This post includes an enlarged paragraph followed by a gallery block, more text and a button. A gallery optionally can be stretched over the full with. Its image selection can be controlled by using one or more glob patterns.