Author Layout Element

Enhance Your Custom Single Post Layouts

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For Custom Single Posts

The Author Layout Element is handy when used in creating a single post custom layout. Instead of the traditional single post layout, a custom layout means you can rearrange and display all parts of the post and information anywhere within the design of the theme’s blog single post.


Loaded With Customization Options

With all of the styling and customization options available, you can ensure that your blog post Author’s information is not only stylish, but they can also be useful in delivering valuable information to your website visitors, for any post.


Show Headings

Choose whether or not to show the Headings. e.g, “About The Author”.


Author Avatar

Choose whether or not to display the Author Avatar, and if shown, what shape.


Show Biography

Choose whether or not to show the Biography of the Author.



Set the margins for the element. Values are either to be in Pixels or Percentages.

The Avada: Theme Builder


The Avada Theme Builder provides the ability to design and build completely custom layouts for your Avada website. Choose to customize the Footer, single posts, Portfolio posts, archives, search results, and more. With the power of Layouts, Layout Sections, Conditional Logic, Layout Section Elements, and Avada’s massive range of Design Elements, the sky is the limit. Custom design a global footer or only apply the custom Footer to a single page or post.


Mobile Visibility Settings

Our mobile visibility system gives you full control over what displays based on 3 customizable screen sizes. Every Fusion Builder Element has these settings and they allow you to show or hide elements on various screen sizes. In addition, you can choose what those screen sizes are! This gives you maximum control to set the exact point when an element should show or hide. Resize the page to see the elements appear or disappear based on what we set.

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Advanced Options Network

Theme Options are global, Page Options are individual to the page, and Element Options are specific to the particular element and can over-ride the Theme Options entirely. This setup gives you amazing creative flexibility that becomes indispensable when you start creating your site. Having the option to freely choose how your entire site, individual pages and specific elements are styled is an incredible freedom.


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Customize Elements Globally Or Individually

Elements can be controlled globally inside of the Fusion Theme Options, or individually per Element by changing the options for each once added to a page or post. Individual Element options will always override the global theme options. This flexibility gives you the ultimate freedom to style Elements and content that is unique and will stand out from the rest of the site.

Element Options

  • Show Headings – Choose to show or hide headings.
  • Author Avatar – Make a selection for author avatar.
  • Show Biography – Choose to show or hide author biography.
  • Margin – In pixels or percentage, ex: 10px or 10%.
  • Element Visibility – Choose to show or hide the element on small, medium or large screens.

  • CSS Class – Add a class to the wrapping HTML element.

  • CSS ID – Add an ID to the wrapping HTML element.