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Add styling to clearly differentiate community posts from Foundation posts
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Add styling to the Wikimedia Blog that will more clearly differentiate when a post is community opinion and not in the Foundation's voice. Primarily to help prevent articles like these (since updated by VB).

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jrbs assigned this task to asherman.
jrbs raised the priority of this task from to Needs Triage.
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jrbs added subscribers: jrbs, EdErhart-WMF, jeffelder.

@asherman - if this is now done feel free to mark this as resolved :)

@jrbs we currently have a system in place however nothing has been hard coded into the Wordpress platform.

I literally just figured out how to make a simple plugin and can write up some css to be applied to our current style so we don't have to copy the same code over and over again. If this is something we want to pursue then it can be brought up with others that have access to our domain and Wordpress files.

jrbs triaged this task as Low priority.Nov 23 2015, 11:13 AM

Tagging as low priority since we currently have a hard-coded workaround. Would be great to get something built into the blog's theme in the long run.

We can always ask Exygy to add my code, I could give my advice on how I think they could do it.

On the other hand if we are changing the theme a lot in the next iteration, I could create the php layout for Community vs Foundation post pages (it would be iterations on the current single.php file).

What was that post like before it was updated?

This is now fixed with bylines at the top of posts for Foundation staff.