[dropcaps type=’normal’ font_size=’45’ color=’#191919′ background_color=” border_color=”]W[/dropcaps]e’ve added a whole lot of stuff in our big blog update, but most important of all are the 6 awesome new blog list templates. Thanks to these templates, Bridge now offers an amazing collection of 16 distinct ways to display your blog posts. That’s basically 16 completely separate blog designs to choose from, and they’re all extremely simple to use. But enough about how powerful Bridge is, let’s talk new templates.

Blog Chequered

With the Chequered blog list, you can set a background color or background image for each of the posts in your blog list. This gives you the freedom to create your own unique chequered pattern and impress readers with your beautiful blog design.

Blog Compound

The Compound blog list is a modernized version of the standard Bridge blog list, but with a catch. You can choose whether each post in the list will be displayed using a standard layout, or a “split” layout in which the featured image will be set to one side, and the excerpt to another.

Blog Gallery

The Gallery blog list is fully focused on highlighting your blog images in all their glory. This beautiful blog list gives you an awesome gallery-style view of your blog posts, with as little text as possible interfering with the stunning imagery.

Blog Headlines

The Headlines blog list displays your blog posts as a beautiful list of newspaper headlines in various sizes. It also has a great loading animation for the headlines, which pop into view one by one as you scroll down the page.

Blog Masonry Gallery

The Masonry Gallery blog list is especially designed to give you the creative freedom to make your own unique masonry layout. You can choose predefined dimensions for each of your blog posts separately, and in this way determine exactly how each post will be shown in the list.

Blog Pinterest

The Pinterest blog list lets you display your blog posts in the recognizable Pinterest style. The width of each post in the list always stays the same, but the height depends on the height of the featured image you upload. You can’t pin the posts, but they still look gorgeous.