Tell amazing stories with WordPress and the Long Form Storybuilder plugin.
|Author:||Aaron Speer, Press75 (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.0|
|WordPress version tested:||4.1.1|
|Added to WordPress repository:||20-02-2015|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||2 485|
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Tell amazing stories with WordPress and the Long Form Storybuilder plugin. It is truly one-of-a-kind — allowing you to build feature-rich, interactive, long-form stories. The plugin is built with the power of the WordPress Customizer panel, so you can use a familiar interface that you can navigate with ease. Use our intuitive content builder to create stories with purpose.
With our current beta version of the Long Form Storybuilder, you can set primary and secondary colors and choose from various font combinations that make your story look beautiful. Easily create any of the following sections within your long-form story:
Header: An opening images with your story title and description.
Callout: A full-width section with a colored background or image background.
Content: A single-column text area with full wysiwyg editor.
Full Feature: A full-width image with text overlay.
Navigation: A navigation bar with specified pages and a logo. Allows you to use WordPress menus or custom menus.
Section Heading: A section heading with title and subtitle.
Two Column Content: A two-column content text area.
Three Column Content: A three-column content text area.
Look for more panel options and section layouts coming soon. Learn more about the Long Form Storybuilder plugin at Press75.
I have the plugin installed, now what?
Now you get to start creating some amazing content! Simply create a new page and check the “Display as Long Form Content” box. Once you save the page, you’ll get a link to start setting up your content using the Customizer.
Can I change colors and fonts on my Long Form pages?
You sure can! As you set up your page, you’ll see a section titled “Page Options.” In there you’ll find options for your page colors, as well as a wide variety of font combinations to get your content looking exactly how you want.
Will you ever offer more section types?
Absolutely! We’re actively developing new section types to add even more functionality to your Long Form Stories.
- Fixed missing body tag
- Fixed undefined errors in Nav Module that caused PHP Notices to be thrown
- Removed outdated reference to font combination “fancy pants”
- Some stability fixes
- Official beta release