Pro Plus Linking for Blog Posts - Pro+

Link blogs to specific pages on your website

Please note: this is a Pro+ feature for both Artist and Gallery accounts. To see the subscription tiers and what each tier offers, please visit our Features pages: Artists Gallery.

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Pro Plus Linking
is a feature of the Blog section of your Website Builder. This allows users to specify where Blog posts are placed on your website.

When you create a Blog post, you need to add a Blog block to the page for your Blog post to appear. But sometimes, the Blog post might be for a specific Artist, specific Inventory work, or a specific Exhibition. Since Artist pages, Inventory pages, and Exhibition pages are all based on Page Templates, adding a Blog block to a page template will have all Blog posts populate for all pages with that page template.

Pro Plus Linking allows users to specify which Artist, which Exhibition, or which Inventory page the Blog appears on.

Adding Pro Plus Linking

Once you've decided where you'd like your specific blog to live, you can now create this piece of media and add it's Pro Plus linking:

1. Create your Blog Post - After navigating to your Website Builder, select Blog. Then Add New Blog Post.

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2. Add your Blog Title, Publish Date, and Pro Plus Linking - In this example, I'm building a blog post of a video of Mary Maderon's work process. I've titled it, published it for today, and added Mary Maderon in Pro Plus Linking:

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3. After adding these details, you can continue building your Blog Post by selecting Next.

Please note: You can skip this Setup page and come back when building a Blog Post. You can create your Blog Post first and then link your Blog Post afterwards. To skip this Setup page, click Next. Once you've added and built your Blog Post, hit Save. If you select Back, you will be taken back to your Setup page to continue adding details.

4. Once your Blog Post has been built and linked, you will need to add the Blog widget to the page you want to link. In this specific case, I'm adding this video to Mary Maderon's Artist Page, but her Artist Profile is built from a Page Template. I'm going to drag and drop the Media widget to the Artist Profile Page Template:

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5. After you've added your Blog block to your Page Template or Page of Choice, you'll see this specific media linked to whatever Artist, Inventory, or Exhibition you've linked it to. In this specific case, we'll see this Blog Post on Mary Maderon's Artist Page:

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