Add posts in the Admin and display on the Site with List and Detail Views, search and filter List Views and combine with the Authors Module.


Authors Module - optional




  • id - the Module's ID
  • item_ids - output one or more module items, comma seperated
  • category_ids - output all items in one or more categories, comma seperated
  • layout - default is /default/ - 'layout' values are relative to the folder: layouts/modules/Blog (module_3)/[layout name]
  • per_page - defines the number of items outputted on the page
  • show_pagination - default is true - defines if items should be paginated when the per_page is met.
  • sort_type - defines the type by which items are ordered
    • properties.name - name of the Module item (alphabetical)
    • created_at - date the Module item was created
    • updated_at - date the Module item was last edited
    • properties.weighting - weighting of the Module item
    • properties.release_date - date the item is set to be released
  • sort_order - defines the order in which the type is sorted
    • asc - sort items in ascending order
    • desc - sort items in descending order
  • collection - default is 'false' - If you set it as collection: 'true' then any layout is suppressed.Data is accessible via {{context.exports.webapp_1.data}}. For Example, name would be: {{context.exports.webapp_1.data.result.items[0]['name']}}

Liquid Tags

Field Name

Liquid Tag


Item Name

{{ this['name'] }}

name of the Blog Post

Item Slug

{{ this['slug'] }} 

item URL


{{ this['weighting'] }} 

weight of item, used for sorting

Release Date

{{ this['release_date'] }} 

release date of the item

Expiry Date

{{ this['expiry_date'] }} 

expiry date of the item


{{ this['enabled'] }} 

enable/disable the item


{{ this['Title'] }}

title of the Blog Post


{{ this['Subtitle'] }}

subtitle of the Blog Post


{{ this['Description'] }}

list description of the Blog Post

Author - Syntax type 1 (Requires Authors Module)

{%- include 'modules/siteglide_authors/get/get_item_author', author_layout: 'design_system/1/author', author_layout_type: 'list', author_id: this['Author'] -%}

data source of author. Parameters: author_layout: path to the folder containing author layouts. author_layout_type: name of author layout folder (containing wrapper and item files). author_id: Unique ID of the author for this item- can be dynamically passed in with this['Author'].

Author - Syntax type 2 (Requires Authors Module) - The benefit of this syntax is that it should be more consistent with how other Modules are outputted on the Page

{% include 'module', id: '6', item_ids: this['Author'], layout: 'design_system/1/author', type: "list", datasource: 'true' -%}

data source of author. Parameters: layout path to the folder containing author layouts within the blog module. type- name of the layout folder containing wrapper and item Liquid layout files. datasource - should be set to true to indicate that this module is a sub-module placed inside another module Layout. item_ids - indicates the unique ids of the Author items you want to display- can be dynamically passed in with this['Author']

Main Image

{{ this['Main Image'] }}

main image of the Blog Post

Main Image Alt

{{ this['Main Image Alt'] }}

main image alt tag of the Blog Post

List Image

{{ this['List Image'] }}

list image of the Blog Post

List Image Alt

{{ this['List Image Alt'] }}

list image alt tag of the Blog Post


{{ this['Content'] }}

main content of the Blog Post

Category Array

{{ this.category_array }}

outputs comma-separated list of IDs for Categories this item belongs to. 

How to output a List of Categories that your Blog Module Belongs to

You can learn more about how to use the {{this.category_array}} field to output a List of Categories that belong to the Blog Item ( or, in fact, any Module or WebApp item) here: Outputting Categories on WebApp / Module / eCommerce Layouts

Filtering the Blog List View by Category, Author or Date

You can learn more about the multiple ways of navigating and filtering the Blog List view here: Blog Navigation Introduction

Layout Files

Blog Module layouts are stored in the following folder structure, which you can view via Code Editor: layouts/modules/Blog (module_3)/ Within this module folder you will find the following layout folders:

  • default/ - the default layout folder
    • detail/ - full page layouts folder (default not in use)
      • item.liquid - detail item content file
      • wrapper.liquid - detail item wrapper file
    • list/ - page section layouts folder
      • item.liquid - list item content file
      • wrapper.liquid - list item wrapper file

Further folders exist for storing Layouts for components like sidebars and filters.

Updated 06 Sep 2021
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