Welcome to Postleaf

Hi, I'm Cory, the creator of Postleaf. Thanks for trying it out! I spent the last two years building Postleaf because I wanted to bring a better publishing experience to designers, developers, and bloggers everywhere. If you enjoy using Postleaf, please pay it forward by telling someone about it or contributing to the project. Getting Started I've included a few sample posts to help you get started. Please read through each one to get an idea of how things work.... Read More

Help & Support

Postleaf is Free Software There's "free" as in freedom and "free" as in beer, and while I very much appreciate both of those things, it's important to remember that even though software may be free, it takes a lot of time and money to develop, maintain, and support. I'm a lone developer with a business to run and a family to feed, so I can't spend all my time providing free support for Postleaf. If you need help, first check... Read More

Themes & Plugins

Themes Postleaf templates are built with a simple but powerful template system called Handlebars. If you've never used Handlebars before, you're in for a treat. Handlebar templates are easy to create and don't require any PHP programming whatsoever. The easiest way to get started is to open the .hbs files in content/themes/range and play around with them. They're just HTML files with {{placeholders}}, so it won't be long before you're building your own themes. For more info about themes, check... Read More

The Editor

Postleaf is the first open source publishing platform to feature true WYSIWYG editing. No more forms or rich-text controls — it's just like typing on the live webpage. Here are some tips for using the editor. The Toolbar The toolbar has all the options you're familiar with. You can format text, insert links or images, and embed content from third-party websites such as Vimeo or Instagram. Postleaf strives to produce clean, semantic markup. The idea is to let authors focus... Read More