Content basics


    Bludit has five types of content.


    The pages can be treated as a regular page or a post (blog post). In the end, the concept of page is just a name. The pages have the ability to be ordered by date or by position.

    For example, if you are interested in creating a blog, you can order the pages by date. If you are interested in creating a website with the pages in a specific order, you can order the pages by position.

    Bludit orders the pages by date by default, but you can change this from the settings by going to Settings > General > Advanced > Order content by.


    The static pages have the feature to not appear in the homepage, but are published and can be accessed via the URL. These kind of pages are useful for pages such as About, Terms and conditions, Privacy or Contact us. The themes generally show a link to this pages in the top bar.

    To create this kind of page, while you are creating the content, go to the tab Options and select the type Type > Static.


    The sticky pages are the same as a normal page, but have the feature to appear in the top of the published pages.


    The draft pages allow the user to create content and not publish it until is ready. The draft pages are only accessible via the administration panel.


    The scheduled pages are not published until the time of creation set by the user. You can schedule a page for the next minutes, hours, days, weeks or months.

    To select the date, go to the tab Options and set the date in the field Date while you are creating the content.