Spur Help Guide

Welcome to the Spur Help Guide

Post Settings

Title: This is where a post is titled, Please title posts clearly so it is easier to search for specific posts from the Posts Overview. We recommend titling each post by the page and page layout section the post is being placed and a brief describing title referring to what the post content is about. For News post types, please title these posts identical to the headline title of the news post being created.

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Author: This is where an admin can set an author for a specific post. This is for Spur admin reference and useful when a website has multiple admins or editors. For News post types, this is where the Author of the news post is set. The name of the Author then displays in the title of the specific news post alongside the news post date on the website.

Post Date: The default post date is the date the post is being created. However, if you are creating an events calendar list, this is where the event date can be set. This is so event posts will list in chronological order by date of the event as opposed to when the post was created and published to the website.

Start and End Dates: Schedule posts by adding a start and/or end date. This allows you to have timely information displayed on the front end of the website during the designated time period. If the post is before or after the designated period, it will not display to users visiting your site, but will still be available to you in the back end to use and modify in the future. 

Meta Information:

  • Meta Keywords:
    • Meta Keywords are a specific type of meta tag that appear in the HTML code of a web page and help tell search engines what the topic of the page is.
  • Meta Description:
    • Search engines show the meta description in search results mostly when the searched for phrase is contained in the description.


  • Tag Keywords:

  • See the Tags section to learn more about the functionality of Tags.