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When it comes to design, the Wix blog has everything you need to create beautiful posts that will grab your reader's attention. Check out our essential design features.


Choose from 8 stunning layouts

Your Wix Blog comes with 8 beautiful layouts. From your blog's settings, choose the layout that’s right for you. For example, a tiled layout is popular for helping visitors discover more posts that interest them. Or, choose a classic single column layout that lets readers scroll down and see your post topics one by one.

Every layout comes with the latest social features built in. Readers can easily share posts on social networks like Facebook and Twitter and view how many people have liked a post, made comments and more.


Add media to your posts

When creating your posts you can:

  • Upload images or GIFs

  • Embed videos and music

  • Create galleries to showcase a media collection

Customize the look of your media by making it widescreen or small and easily align media inside your posts.



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You can add tags (#vacation #dream #summer) throughout your posts to reach more people. Why hashtag? People can use your hashtags to search through content on your blog and find the content that matters to them. So go ahead and #hashtag away!


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'Normocalcaemic hyperparathyroidism (NCPHPT) is increasingly becoming accepted as a condition requiring surgical correction - much like primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPT). In this variant patients have an elevated parathyroid hormone level whilst displaying normal calcium levels in the blood. Nevertheless there is a growing body of evidence which suggests that kidney stones, osteoporosis and a multitude of symptoms found in the more conventional PHPT occur to the same extent in NCPHPT. Anecdotal evidence would suggest that a lot of benefit can be gained through surgical cure and there is growing concern about waiting until there is organ damage before offering surgery. Not many units are recognising this as yet but at Oxford we are increasingly seeing and offering surgery for NCPHPT with quality of life dramatically improving following successful surgery'