2 min read Sticky July 27, 2016 at 10:50pm
Hi, I'm Cory, the creator of Postleaf. Thanks for trying it out!
I spent the last two years building Postleaf because I wanted to bring a better publishing experience to designers, developers, and bloggers everywhere.
I've included a few sample posts to help you get started. Please read through each one to get an idea of how things work.
If you need help, head over to community.postleaf.org for assistance.
To access the admin panel, go to:
Need to find something? Press
CMD/CTRL + P to open the locater. You can search for posts, tags, users, and more with just a few keystrokes.
Want to delete more than one post at a time? Hold down
CMD/CTRL and click, or select a range by holding down
SHIFT. This works for tags and users too.
Postleaf saves a copy of every post you publish. From the editor, go to Settings > History to view them. You can also view, restore, and delete revisions from the history panel.
Save time using keyboard shortcuts. You'll find a list of all available shortcuts in the docs.
You can backup your entire website — including content, uploads, and themes — by going to Settings > Backups. Postleaf will generate a single .tar file for your convenience.
Oh, and don't forget to update your profile! Set your avatar and tell us about yourself by filling in your bio. Head over to Users to do that now.
Looking for a great place to get high quality cover photos? All the ones used in these starter posts are from Unsplash.