How to Model a Blog Post

A well-structured custom types for a piece of editorial content will provide flexibility for content teams to mix and match components with slices to build a blog post or an article featuring text sections, images etc.

Page structure

Static Fields
Dynamic Zone

Every blog post will need a title, so we will make this a static field. For this we will use a:

  • Title field
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You will need a release date, so we will make this a static field. We will use a:

  • Date field
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It is common practice to have an author as well. We will use another Custom Type "Author" for this and link them through a:

  • Content Relationship field
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This content block will consist of a:

  • Text field to allow the authors to add their text content
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This content block will consist of a:

  • Text field
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This content block will consist of:

  • Image field for the image
  • Text field for the caption
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How to set it up in Prismic

  • Create a new repeatable Custom Type
  • Copy the JSON below and paste it under the "JSON Editor" of this new Custom Type
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What editors will see

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