The post page includes not only the title and the content, by default, there are also the featured image, author information and tags. This tutorial shows you how to hide these elements in the theme Customizer. To hide elements on post page Log into your WordPress site administration panel. Navigate to Appearance > Customize, choose Blog. In the Blog panel, choose Single Post. Click on the switch button to the right of each element, this will change their visibility.
You can choose to add an excerpt when you editing a post, this will be displayed on the blog page. If you haven’t added an excerpt for the post, WordPress will generate one automatically, based on the content. By default, the length of auto-generated excerpt is 55 words. This tutorial shows you how to change that in the theme Customizer. To change post excerpt length Log into your WordPress site administration panel. Navigate to Appearance > …
Post meta data is information about a post which is not part of the post content. This includes information like post date, author, categories, comments, etc. By default, post meta data is enabled on the blog page and is displayed below each post title. In this tutorial, we show you how to hide a post meta, or all of them in the theme Customizer. To hide a post meta Log into your WordPress site administration panel, navigate to Appearance > …
Our themes provide various blog styles for your standard post entries. The following procedure shows you how to change your blog style to the default style, the grid style or the masonry style. Default style : Large image and content below Grid style : Supports 2 – 6 columns (masonry or fitrows) To change blog style Log into your WordPress site administration panel, Navigate to Appearance > Customize, choose Blog. Under Style, choose the style you want.
By default, there’s no social networks selected, you may or may not see an error message where the share button is. All you need to do is go to Settings > Font-Awesome Share to pick social networks you need, that’s it.
The blog page displays standard posts of your site. This tutorial helps you to create a blog page in an easy way. To create the blog page Log into your WordPress site administration panel, Navigate to Pages > Add New. In the Enter title here field, type Blog. Click on the Publish button. Navigate to Settings > Reading, for the option Posts page, choose Blog. Click on the Save Changes button.