Now I run a wp.COM blog and I was wondering if there is any way to make templates for posts, i.e. have a set of pre-determined elements added to the box when I make a new post.
1. It would make adding the getsocial-share thingy less of a hassle (as I always forget to add it I resorted to just have it in the text widget instead.)
2. When I make a set of post from say a film festival, it would be nice to have the banner-header and set up stored. I solved it by just having it saved as a txt document in google notes and C/P it, as I was blogging from different computers, but it would be nice to have had it in WP.
Is it an easy solution/function I'm unaware of? I know I could possibly save it as a draft and use that, but again, it's all to easy to forget, or overwrite.
On a different note, my blog is bilingual, is there a way to mark post with what language they are in, so that a visitor could chose language and then only see the post in the given language on the list/main page?
Thanks for any advice. WP is by far the best free blog-service I have come across, and to me the lack of advertising-possibilities actually is a advantage. Few blogger ever make money from their blogs, but way to many potentially interesting blogs out there are made unreadable by a wall of google-ads and whatnot. Having a WP-blog signify you write a blog because you want to communicate, not try to make small change by add-pageviews! ;)