(sticky post too) You can add any old standard post (just like you always do). The featured image will display and you’ll be able to add an except (or the post will use the first part of the text in the post).

We have the featured images turned off for this demo. But if you want, here’s the image:

Snapshot

WordPress Standard Post Options

In the Respondo Pro Post Format Options you can control the following:

  1. Sticky Post Background Color – Color for the background of the pushpin icon on sticky posts on the ‘Masonry Post Format’ page template.
  2. Sticky Post Icon Color – Color for the pushpin icon on sticky posts on the ‘Masonry Post Format’ page template.
  3. Background Color – Choose the color that will be used for the background of the post boxes on the ‘Masonry Post Format’ page layout. This does not include headers/links.
  4. Border Color – Choose the color that will be used for the 1px border of the post boxes on the ‘Masonry Post Format’ page layout. This does not include headers/links.
  5. Titles’ Color – Color for the Titles on the ‘Masonry Post Format’ page template. Will be used for all of the headers (H1, H2, H3, etc).
  6. Titles’ Hover Color – Color for the hovered Titles on the ‘Masonry Post Format’ page template.
  7. Text Color – Color for all of the content text on the ‘Masonry Post Format’ page layout. This does not include headers/links.

Meta Options

  1. Meta Link Color – Color for the linked Meta data on the ‘Masonry Post Format’ page template.
  2. Meta Hover Color – Color for the hovered Meta data on the ‘Masonry Post Format’ page template.
  3. Meta Background Color – Color for the background box of the Meta data on the ‘Masonry Post Format’ page template.
  4. Show/Hide Meta Box – Check this box if you want to hide the entire meta box at the bottom of each post on the ‘Masonry Post Format’ page template.
  5. Select Metadata to Hide – Check the boxes of any information you want to exclude from being displayed in posts on the ‘Masonry Post Format’ page template.

Here’s a screenshot of what the options look like in the Dashboard:

WordPress Meta Display Option for Post Format

Here’s a screenshot of what the options look like in the Dashboard:

WordPress Standard Post Format Options

Post Format: Standard

WordPress Standard Post Format