Story has a lot of features, but most are optional and have smart defaults! This page is an introduction to Story, with links to further pages that go into more details. There’s also a listing of features that either don’t need a separate documentation page, or just don’t have full documentation yet.
- Gorgeous, responsive typography on all devices and in print
- Beautiful featured images and thumbnails (optional)
- Multiple layouts
- Flexibility via feature toggles
- Author profile pages
- Remark browser-based presentation support, including CSS themes and multiple aspect ratios
- Automatic table and image enhancements
- Advanced image styling features
- Mathematical equation typesetting
- Built-in search
- MailChimp subscribe forms and RSS feeds
Story also has support for the following, which aren’t extensively documented:
- Code syntax highlighting
- Google Analytics
- All types of blogs; Story isn’t opinionated about what you call them (you
can put your content under
/articles/, or whatever)
- A section for “talks,” which is different from slideshows; a talks page is a
place to put information about your presentations, including links to videos,
the location, slides, and so on.
/slides/are the only two content types for which Story has special formatting and archetypes.
- 404 error page
- Social-media meta tags to make your content look great when shared on social media sites
- Hiding content from default lists, but generating HTML pages for it
- Meta keywords
- Font Awesome icon fonts
- Custom header meta tags with any content you want
- Custom footer content with any HTML, JS, or CSS you want; useful for adding custom features from third-parties that provide script blocks to paste into your site
- Custom CSS classes in the
- Custom content and social link menus with any content you want (not limited to predefined)
Read next: Story’s feature flags.