Custom Blog page Wordpress

User-defined blog page Wordpress

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create a custom blog page design without touching a single line of code with the Beaver Themer plugin. To set up the blog page When you want to create a blog page, you should use the "Blog Page Template" provided with the topic. In order to create a blog page, perform these steps: First, select all contributions with a categorie named "Blog" or something. On the right side of the page of the postal editors there is a text field named "Page Attributes".

In this field, you can choose several page styles. Choose "Blog Page Template" and store the page. From Dashboard go to Appearance->Customize-> Post & Page -> Blog Page Settings and choose the Blog post types from the Display Blog Mail from chosen Type options and choose to save changes. Look at the page you create and you'll see that the page displays all contributions from your specified group.

There are 3 blog post templates to choose from. Perform these actions to modify the layout:

Proper handling of static title page and custom blog posts index template

Recently, there have been several submissions - and approvals - of themes that contain a custom page-blog. php (or page-blog.php) page style, or that contain a front page that does not take the user's preference into consideration to show the index of blog postings on the front page. Topics must correctly configure the title page view settings as set in Settings -> Read, Title page views, Title page and Post page.

Front page display is correlated with get_option('show_on_front') and will return a value of 'page' (static title page) or 'posts' (blog post index). However, topic assistance goes beyond the "Title page ads" preference. Topics must also correctly deploy proper template hierarchy template page and post page management.

For an understanding of the deployment, see Account Setup. In this way, editors create a title page: Cover page: Post index blog: This means that according to the templates hierarchy, the right one that can be used to create an index for custom blog postings is the home.php templates filename, not a custom page style.

Indeed, if your site visitors have correctly set up a fixed title page and mapped pages to show the title page of the site and the index of blog postings, a custom page style is no use. So the only possible way for the end-customer would be to specify a custom page style so that the topic instructs the end-customer to set up the home page of the site and the index of blog postings in a way other than that defined by that kernel.

Force the UX to a different config than the one specified by heart is bad UX. So if a topic contains a custom blog post index style, it must be written as a home.php style sheet and not as a plate-blog.php page style. Assuming you are a topic designer, please make sure that you instruct your site visitors to deploy statical title pages (and blog post index pages) consistent with the kernel deployment, and that your topic deploys the topic hierarchy correctly.

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