Create a free Blog Template

To create a free blog template

Blog spot templates created with a sidebar and a main column. Designers can create some of the best templates available. Fashion, Business, Portfolio, Church & more. You can use them for any project, personal or commercial.

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Element or blog template: Build your own custom blog formats

Have you always wanted to completely change the look and feel of your blog entries? Elementor Pro 2.0 now has a blog template system that lets you quickly and simply create your own. I have a few ways you can go once you have the plug-in, though personal I suggest you use their template as a point of departure and then go from there.

It' much quicker to work that way, and you'll be creating the blog posting you want in much less haste. Now Elementor shows you a new template page where you can create your new blog template: Select a ready-made template or create your own (close the window).

When the template is uploaded, it is just like everything else in Elementor. Elementor allows you to insert, modify or delete Widget. But the only big different is that the template they use has a widget that you need to view the blog posts from. So if you are not using a template, you can still create it yourself.

But there are also things like commentaries, Facebook annotations and abstracts if you need them. One more thing to keep in mind are the new blog posts features that you can use in regular Elementor widgets. For example, suppose you wanted to create your own customized blog entry track.

Use a default element header and then tell Elementor to use the blog title in that header. In this way, the headline of the latest contributions is always used. Otherwise, you just have your regular headline (and words) in every posting, which is probably not what you want.

This is an example of how to access this feature in a default header. Just click on Dynamic (very small) Words above the text box in the Headline widget: You will then receive a WordPress feature listing (such as blog posts titles, etc.) that you can use to insert the text area automatically:

As soon as you are finished with your template, you can (almost) make an exact decision about where it will be used. Of course it will depend on the kind of template, but in this case we will focus on blog submissions. When you create a unique blog template, you can select All Posts.

When planning different types of contents, you can either create one template per style or per categorie, according to how you split things. Now your blog entries are displayed exactly as you made them. The only other suggestion I have is to optimize it in a blog posting now, because the blog posting previews are now as rugged as a regular posting to review.

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