Blog Layout Options
Publish Content Your Way With Flexible Layouts & Options.
Publish Content Your Way
There are three main methods you can use to display a blog in Avada. Assigning a posts page, using the Blog Element, or using the Recent Posts Element. There is also a Post Slider Element which can be used to supplement the other Elements. Indeed, on the Church Demo News page, you can see all three Elements at work.
7 Different Layouts
An excellent way to add blog posts to a page is to use the Blog Element, and it can be added to as many pages as you would prefer. This method to display your blog posts is more flexible than using the default WordPress archive posts assignment option. It allows you to display your blog posts on any page, select any of the Avada prebuilt layouts, assign custom categories to display, and so much more.
Deep Styling & Layout Control
Using Avada’s Advanced Options Network styling your Blog and post layouts is as flexible as you need it to be. Layout & styling options can be controlled globally or individually for the Blog Element, the Blog Theme Options, Blog sidebars, single posts, blog meta, and post archives.
Single Post Options
There are many options to control your single post styling and layouts, namely:
100% Width Page – Allows you to display blog posts at 100% browser width. Turn Off to follow the site width, instead.
Featured Image/Video On Single Blog Post – Allows you to show or hide Featured images or video on blog single posts.
Previous/Next Pagination – Allows you to show or hide the previous/next pagination on single blog single posts.
Post Title – Allows you to set the position of the title relative to the Featured image. Choose between Below, Above or Disabled.
Meta Data Position – Allows you to choose the position of the post’s metadata. You can select from Below Article or Below title.
Author Info Box – Allows you to show or hide the Author Info box below single blog posts.
Social Sharing Box – Allows you to show or hide the Social Sharing Box below blog single posts.
Related Posts – Allows you to show or hide Related Posts.
Comments – Allows you to show or hide the comments.