What's a Blurb?

Introduction

Read this section to learn about the Blurbs and their features

With the introduction of 10Centuries Version 4, social objects take centre stage. People are encouraged to be as verbose as they'd like, posting anywhere between 1 and 8,192 bytes of text information. Just as with blog posts and podcasts, Standard Markdown is fully supported, allowing people to add formatting nuance to their posts.

Post types can be overridden by passing a valid post type with a type variable. Posts that exceed the byte-length of a given type will be overridden with the proper value. Posts with a minimum of 1 character can be assigned any post type.

Blurb Types

  1. post.micro
  2. post.tiny
  3. post.short
  4. post.long
  5. post.invalid

post.micro

The post.micro type is used for posts without a title and less than or equal to 140 bytes in length.

post.tiny

The post.tiny type is used for posts without a title and less than or equal to 256 bytes in length.

post.short

The post.short type is used for posts without a title and less than or equal to 1,024 bytes in length.

post.long

The post.long type is used for posts without a title and less than or equal to 8,192 bytes in length.

post.invalid

The post.invalid type is used for undeleted posts that are 0 bytes in size or otherwise fail to identify themselves as a proper post type.