This is a quote post! All you have to do is add a featured image and your text at the beginning of the post.

If you want, add a (Read More Tag) to add more content to the page that you can’t see on the blog page (only the post page)! You can control the color options (link & hover) in Respondo Pro Theme Options & on each individual post page.

We’ve added a space shortcode (55px) underneath the (Read More Tag) in the Visual Editor.

You can add whatever you want (all shortcodes to the actual post – and it won’t show up on the blog results, categories or search pages (just the quote). Like the image you used as the Featured Image, add it to the page to get the full view:

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WordPress Quote Post Options

  1. QUOTE Link Text Color – Color of the link text of the QUOTE post on the ‘Masonry Post Format’ page template. Can be overriden in the single post page editor for specific posts.
  2. QUOTE Link Text Hover Color – Color of the hovered link text of the QUOTE post on the ‘Masonry Post Format’ page template. Can be overriden in the single post page editor for specific posts.

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

WordPress Quote Post Format Option

Page Options

These page option override the framework (theme) options.

  1. QUOTE Text Color – This option overrides the TEXT color selected for post formats in Appearance > Theme Options > Post Format Options. This is useful if you have a background image that will conflict with the color chosen in Theme Options.
  2. QUOTE Text Hover Color – This option overrides the TEXT hover color selected for post formats in Appearance > Theme Options > Post Format Options. This is useful if you have a background image that will conflict with the color chosen in Theme Options.

WordPress Quote Post Format Option

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

 

Post Format: Quote

WordPress Post Format Quote