Sermons are a post type ideally suited to information which needs to be accompanied by a range of files. As well as supporting photos and videos, as most Benevolence post types do, sermons also allow you to attach audio and other files to be displayed at the top of the post.
The All Sermons Screen
The All Sermons screen inherits most of the features of the standard posts screen. You can edit, delete or view individual sermons using the links under the sermon titles. You can select multiple sermons for deletion and editing. A bulk edit feature allows you to change certain fields, en masse, for a group of sermons. A handy in-line edit tool, called quick edit, allows you to update many fields for an individual sermons. Various search and filtering options allow you to find the sermon you want to edit or delete.
The Table of Sermons
A table lists all of your sermons. By default, the sermons are listed with the newest sermon first, but they can also be sorted by title.
- [ ]: This checkbox, when checked, selects that particular sermon to be processed by a bulk action, such as edit or delete.
- Title: This is the sermon title displayed as a link. Click the title link to edit this sermon. Next to the title, if a sermon is of a Draft, Private, Pending, or Password Protected nature, bold text will display showing that. Hovering over the Title displays the unique identifier (ID) of a post.
- Author: The writer of this sermon. Displayed on the single sermon page as the speaker.
- Comment bubble: A comment bubble is the column heading, and each sermon row has a comment bubble with the number of comments for that sermon. If a sermon has any comments, then the number of comments is displayed in a blue bubble. Clicking on a blue comment bubble causes the comments screen to be displayed to allow moderation of those comments.
- Date: The date column for each sermon shows the date Published for published sermons or the date Last Modified for other sermons. If the sermon is a future sermon, the scheduled date for publishing is displayed.