Posting a video in WordPress couldn’t be simpler. Just enter the URL to the video on a service like YouTube or Vimeo and voila, instead of a URL, you’ll see the video instead. Here’s an example: As a bonus, Kerygma can display your video above your post if you select the video “format.” Not only
Just in time for the feast of First Fruits comes this story from John. Watch below: It’s always great to see God making new life.
This post is made with the video “format.” It will pull the first video that’s in the post and display it above the post title. Adding videos is crazy simple in WordPress. Just enter the URL to the video you’d like to display on its own line and WordPress will fetch the video for you.
This is a standard post that’s showing how the threaded comments work in Kerygma. This allows your visitors to reply to one another’s comments in an orderly way. It’s a great way to encourage engagement with your audience. Just follow the thread below (it’s fascinating reading).
This post will show you how some of the type options will look in Kerygma: This is a h1 This is a h2 This is a h3 This is a h4 This is a h5 This is a h6 More than just headings, you can also add in lists. Here is an ordered list: List
Thanks for visiting our Kerygma theme demo. This is another post to give you an idea of how the site will look when it’s full of content. Personally I can’t wait to rebuild our church’s site with this theme. I think it’ll really stand out and be a big benefit for our visitors too. Vestibulum