Have you ever wished for an easy way to add a smaller secondary title, a subheading, under your blog posts’ main titles? That’s exactly what the SubHeading plugin does. It adds a subheading field to the Write screen in the WordPress Admin, and a template tag to put in your theme where you want them displayed.
The plugin was developed by Steve of 36 Flavours. It’s fairly new, but it seems promising.
I like the idea of subheadings, and I’m sure plenty of you have been dying for an easy way to use them on your blogs, but personally I’m more of a fan of the ledes used on sites like Ars Technica. Little intro blurbs that are sort of like subheadings, but not quite.
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