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Total has a built-in functionality called “Dynamic Templates” which allow you to create custom layouts for pages/posts on your site using WBakery templates along with various dynamic modules in the theme so you could override the default theme post design with a template (Customers using Elementor can use the “Theme Builder” functionality in Elementor Pro to create custom layouts, Total has been updated already to include support fort his functionality). How to Make a Custom Blog Post Design using a WPBakery Template
Step 1: Create a Custom Template
The first step is to create a new template using WPBakery under WPBakery > Templates > Add New. You can add anything you want, but the most important thing is to include the “Post Content” module so that any content you insert to your posts is displayed.
Useful Dynamic Modules:
The following modules are useful for displaying post content in your dynamic template
- Heading: Can be used to display the post title, author, custom fields
- Post Content: Displays the content added on the post to which the dynamic template is assigned to – it can also display the other blog elements such as sidebar, comments, etc
- Post Media: Displays the post featured image, video or audio
- Post Meta: Can be used to display the post date, author, comment count, category
- Post Terms: Can display the terms (categories/tags/custom taxonomy) associated with the post
- Author Bio: Displays the author box
- Post Comments: Displays the post comments
- Custom Field: Can be used to display meta data (like data added with Advanced Custom Fields)
- Post Type Carousel / Post Type Grid: Can be used to display recent posts or related posts
Step 2: Define your Dynamic Template in The Customizer
Now that you’ve created a template you can select this in the Customizer under Appearance > Blog > Single Post > Dynamic Template
Some Other Useful Docs:
The following resources may also be helpful when creating your dynamic templates.
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