This is a Full Image or Video section. It allows for punchy content to sit within a large image or video. This example has an image in the background, that’s been dimmed to allow the content to be readable. The content is centre-aligned.
This type of Plot Layout is perfect for more longform text, such as articles or biographies. It allows for all sensible typographical devices and can be edited in the WordPress text editor that’s been streamlined and improved to handle Plot projects so should be effortless to use.
First off you can easily make items bold, italic or underlined.
Next up, it’s really easy to put a nice, pullout quite style using the quote system, to write testimonials, reviews or just quotes about your event with ease.
Next up we will include an example of an image, which is really easy to embed within your content using the “add media” button.
Subheading styles all follow your brand styles and are great for segmenting long periods of content. It’s also worth noting the power of bullet points. They’re great at making specific points:
On top of bullet lists we’ve also included numbered lists, if that’s useful for you. Here’s a simple example:
You can centre-align or right align the text if you want too. Typically you wouldn’t do this in articles, but it’s there if you have a good reason.
It’s pretty simple to add in links such as this one within your content too. You also have the ability to open links in a new tab. This is useful for external links, although we’ve found this happening less recently as tabs are a bit annoying on phones.
Here’s an example of your branded audio players, which you can easily use by uploading mp3s and inserting them using the Add Media button above:
It’s also possible to add audio playlists if you’d like:
Let’s finally take a look at video embeds. Sometimes you might prefer to use Youtube or similar, and there’s a whole Plot Layout dedicated to Embedding 3rd party media. But if you have a self hosted mp4 you can do that too. Here’s an example:
It’s worth noting you can also add mp4 playlists if you want:
They’re nice and minimal and can work any any fluid content elements.
These two columns are designed for medium length content that can sit side by side. This layout is set up to have two columns and to include an image.
Note too that this Plot Layout is using an Alternative Colour Scheme. You can decide to use your alt colour schemes on any Plot Layout, to help your pages shine.
This is the same layout, Content Columns. Here we’re displaying 3 columns instead without imagery.
On mobile devices these three all stack one after the other, but on desktop can sit side by side.
Great for delivering bitesize bits of important text. As with all Plot Layouts, can be inserted anywhere.
Fifty Fifty layouts are a great way to display a paragraph of text alongside a wonderful image. Nothing’s quite as convincing as a great image with a supporting paragraph.
Here’s another one. This time the text is on the right hand side on desktop. And also we’ve added a CTA button which can be useful for taking people to an important page.
This section is ideal for bunching a load of important links together with imagery to support them. Usually used on parent pages such as the info page, or to add related pages to the bottom of pages to keep people active. All imagery can be dimmed to make sure the text is readable. You can also pick how many show up per row.
Here you can add whichever FAQs you want on any page, which can be really useful for adding relevant FAQs throughout the site.
A nice and easy way to include a carousel of imagery, or block links. This one here is set to show simple images of any dimension in a really lovely way.
This time we show off a carousel filled with block links. This way you can add text and links within the carousel, and use images or video in the background to make them look great.
You can use this to feature specific artists from your artist listings. You can have 2, 3 or 4 per row and put in as many as you want. Great for showcasing talent on your homepage, or within articles.
Next up we have text lineups. Your simple way to display artists as text in a tiered lineup, anywhere you want. You can have up to 4 tiers, and you have complete control of sizing, colours and fonts within the customizer. Here we demo just 2 tiers. Note the alternative colour scheme being used too.
This one doesn’t need too much explaining- you can add latest articles wherever you want. You can use this layout to put in latest articles, or pick specifically certain articles you’d like to feature. You can put in as many as you want, and decide how many show up per row too.
An interesting way to show off imagery within a cool grid. There’s 3 different grid layouts to pick from, and all images open up to full screen when tapped. As with all images in Plot, they only load when they need to, so you can load up your pages with images without any issues with loading times. You can add videos in here too!
Yes, it’s real easy to add in forms to your pages wherever you want. We have a default Contact Form you can use, or you can make your own by going to the forms section within the admin area. They’re also really easy to hook up to Mailchimp.
Small privacy text at the bottom might come in handy too.
You can also add separators wherever you want. These are graphical devices which help break up the page and showcase your brand. We have quite a few options with separators. This one’s a repeating image that’s been uploaded.
Another separator style doesn’t repeat, and just allows you to upload a nice separator style that sits centrally. Transparent pngs are ace for this.