Here are some examples of what a post with images might look like. If you want to display two or three images next to each other responsively use figure with the appropriate class. Each instance of figure is auto-numbered and displayed in the caption.

Testing Readability with a Bunch of Text

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Below is just about everything you’ll need to style in the theme. Check the source code to see the many embedded elements within paragraphs.

Communicamp Chicago

A couple of weeks ago, I volunteered at Community Media Workshop's first CommuniCamp, an open space conference for nonprofit communications staff. The event offered a chance to catch up with old friends in the nonprofit technology and communications space, as well as to hear from (non-technical!) organization staff.

Should We Host Your Site?

Web design and development professionals will usually be asked to host a client's website or database at some point in their careers. It's not surprising; it's hard to find a reliable hosting company, and a top-notch hosting company with 24/7/365 professional support suitable for a non-techie nonprofit is usually out of that nonprofit's price range. If a client trusts you to build their site, they'll eventually wish you would host it for them, too.