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Blog settings

Tailor your blog’s appearance and functionality to match your vision. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process of adjusting settings for three essential aspects of your blog: the main blog page, single blog post page, and blog meta options. Let’s dive right in, keeping it clear and straightforward.

Changing the main blog page settings:

Accessing settings for your main blog page:

  1. Go to your site admin area.
  2. Navigate to Theme Options -> Blog -> Blog Page.

Settings overview for the main Blog Page:

  • Article Layout: Choose from Classic, Horizontal, or Grid layout options.
  • Blog Sidebar: Toggle the sidebar on or off.
  • Sidebar Position: Opt for Left or Right sidebar alignment.
  • Enable Sticky Sidebar: Decide whether the sidebar should stick as users scroll.

Changing the blog post page settings:

To customize the settings for individual blog posts:

  1. Go to your site admin area.
  2. Navigate to Theme Options -> Blog -> Single Post.

Settings overview for the Blog Post Page:

  • Single Post Layout: Select either Classic or Modern layout.
  • Single Post Sidebar: Enable or disable the sidebar.
  • Sidebar Position: Choose Left or Right sidebar alignment.
  • Enable Sticky Sidebar: Decide if the sidebar should remain fixed when scrolling.
  • Enable Social Sharing Buttons: Toggle social sharing buttons on or off.
  • Enable Author Box: Decide whether to display the author’s information.
  • Enable Previous/Next Pagination: Allow users to navigate between posts.
  • Enable Related Posts: Display related posts at the end of each article.
  • Enable Reading Bar: Show a progress bar indicating how much of the post has been read.

Changing blog meta options:

To configure blog meta information:

  1. Go to your site admin area.
  2. Head to Theme Options > Blog > Blog Meta.

Settings overview for the blog meta:

  • Enable Post Meta Categories: Display categories of the blog post.
  • Enable Post Meta Date: Show the publication date of the post.
  • Enable Post Meta Author: Display the name of the post author.
  • Enable Post Meta Comments: Indicate the number of comments on the post.

With these settings, you can craft a blog that not only looks great but also provides a seamless and enjoyable reading experience for your audience. Happy blogging!

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