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ralsina committed Sep 4, 2015
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@@ -207,6 +207,15 @@ To set Nikola up and create your first site, read the `Getting Started Guide <ht
Creating a Blog Post
--------------------

.. sidebar:: Magic Links

You will want to do things like "link from one post to another" or "link to an image gallery",
etc. Sure, you can just figure out the URLs for each thing and use that. Or you can use
Nikola's special link URLs. Those are done using the syntax ``link://kind/name`` and
a full list of the included ones is `here <link://slug/path-handlers>`__ (BTW, I linked
to that using ``link://slug/path-handlers``)


To create a new post, the easiest way is to run ``nikola new_post``. You will
be asked for a title for your post, and it will tell you where the post's file
is located.
@@ -271,15 +280,6 @@ will become a CSS class of the ``<article>`` element for this post. Defaults to
You can add your own metadata fields in the same manner, if you use a theme that
supports them (for example: ``.. author: John Doe``)

.. sidebar:: Magic Links

You will want to do things like "link from one post to another" or "link to an image gallery",
etc. Sure, you can just figure out the URLs for each thing and use that. Or you can use
Nikola's special links. Those are done using the syntax ``link://kind/name`` and
a full list of the included ones is `here <link://slug/path-handlers>`__ (BTW, I linked
to that using ``link://slug/path-handlers``


To add these metadata fields to all new posts by default, you can set the
variable ``ADDITIONAL_METADATA`` in your configuration. For example, you can
add the author metadata to all new posts by default, by adding the following

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