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Single Posts

Single Posts pane in action

The Single Posts pane lets you customise each aspect of the single post page of your website. This includes blog posts and even offering integration with CPTs.

The Single Posts panel is divided into 3 sections: Post Title, Post Structure and Post Elements.

Here what each section does:

Post Title

This option controls the Post Title area. Think of it as the hero of the page. You’ve got two design choices here, Type 1 lets you have a classic hero section, while Type 2 is a full bleed layout.

Elements

Here you can choose the elements that show up inside the hero section of the page. Things such as Title, Excerpt, Post Meta Elements and Breadcrumbs.

Post Structure

This option controls the layout of your content area. You’ve got options such as Normal, Narrow and Sidebar on Left / Right.

Content Area Style refers to the style of the content part of the page. You’ve got two choices here.

  1. Wide – the content is let free and everything is dictated by the Gutenberg editor
  2. Boxed – the content is nicely aligned and incapsulated into a card, as we call them.

Content Area Vertical Spacing refers to the spacing between the content and the limits of the main container.

Post Elements

The Post Elements section lets you disable or enable some of the usual elements.

  1. Featured Image – show the post featured image, set the location, chose the image ratio and set the image device visibility.
  2. Post Tags – displays a nice list of your tags.
  3. Share Box – display a uniq share box that comes in two types, chose the share networks and set up the visibility.
  4. Author Box – by enabling this option you will be able to display the author box at the bottom of your content. Please note that the author biography and social channels you have to set in WordPress Dashboard → Users → Your Profile.
  5. Posts Navigation – display the posts navigation in a nice way in order to increase the time your visitors spend on your website.
  6. Related Posts – this will display a list of related posts at the bottom of your content. Here you can customize the by which criteria the posts are generated, chose the number of posts, set the section location and more.
  7. Comments – chose to display or not the comments system.
  8. Subscribe Form – this one will display a nice subscribe Mailchimp form. Please note that it will appear in Post Elements only if you have the Blocksy Companion installed and activated the Mailchimp extension.
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