Here is the default behavior for what should be saved as the LEAD image or og:image:
Content is always king, and users matter most. Good content is good SEO content. SEO should add to your content, not detract from it, and should not hurt your users. If you can tell it’s been optimized, you’ve gone too far.
Story Types allow us to organize content in a more hierarchical way, which promotes better content discovery.
Only a site owner can create a story type. To create a new story type, the site owner should go to the story types section of the manage page. You can access this page directly at kinja.com/manage/[siteName]/storytypes e.g. kinja.com/manage/gizmodo/storytypes.
A Story type is bound to a blog.
You can add and manage users on the Members page. There are several levels of permissions on Kinja blogs.
Section navigation is found on the blog Settings page, and has a direct impact on your homepage’s navigation options. Verticals are automatically shown, but the blog owner and admins can select which story types or tag pages to feature on the homepage.
Select the Manage Blog option from the user menu to open the blog management page. Select a blog and section from the left rail to get started. Sections are as follows:
Blog Owners can turn on a blog setting that auto-splices any vertical-post to its parent stream page. They can decide which verticals to toggle on and off in Manage Blog > Settings. https://kinja.com/manage/deadspin/settings
Now you can add a caption to a video the same way you would to an image. Simply click once on any video embed (including a featured video) and begin typing.
Video story types have access to a powered-up related module that will automatically show the last 9 videos in any series. The module is powered by the story type and category systems, so you’ll only be able to automatically pull posts from series (categories) in the Video story type.
When using MCP videos with the video template, your post will have an automatically assigned category, which gives the viewer context around what series they’re viewing.
1. Select Liveblog from the advanced editor dropdown
“Quotables” is a flexible editor tool that was built to add additional attribution to a quotation, such as an image or an occupation, but can be used for a variety of purposes, whether it’s an interview, listicle, or another creative way.
Slideshows allow you to add multiple images to a single carousel unit
that the reader can page through.
The Reviews tool consists of two parts: the data box, and Story Type pages. In order to publish a post as a Review, you must select a Review Story Type. Then review data must be added to the post, which you can do through the data box form. The data box can be displayed or hidden in your published post.
On = Do not include this post in the site RSS feed
This tool allows you to select a custom crop for any image inserted or uploaded into Kinja. You can select either a 16:9 crop or a custom ratio.