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Use An Elementor Blog Post Template To Design Your WordP

Use An Elementor Blog Post Template To Design Your WordPress Blog Posts https://youtu.be/XtZnoGBQtHY
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The ability to use an Elementor blog post template to design dynamic blog post styles without using any code is powerful.

In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to find the blog post templates in the template library and how to convert one into a dynamic template.

Things we’ll be making dynamic include to title, the author’s image, the author’s name, the content of the post and the author bio box.
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5 Comments

  1. Magic Johnson

    Is there a way to add blog post in the free service of Elementor?

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  2. Luis Carlos Nieto

    Hi friend… I already have a website made with Elementor Pro in WordPress with the Hello Theme but the client wants to put a Blog in it. Would this way that you explain in this post help me or affect and change my website already made?

    My idea was to use an Elementor Pro template to give it a good look but when importing it it does not call the examples (Demo type) so that it does not come out with the simplicity of design that WordPress brings.

    – I would like to know if there is a way to import the examples and / or to serve as a reference so that in the end it looks as suggested in the imported template.

    – Or what other way do you know to have a good design and not as simple as WordPress by default.

    I appreciate your valuable comments. A greeting.

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  3. stealthbusiness

    Your video was really informative thank you. Now since there are no Blog Post yet, this tutorial is not a help. What are the steps before delving into the video?

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  4. Skopelos

    Thanks Bjorn!
    I now realise the differences between a template made through the Theme Builder and a page 'saved as a template'!
    I've been at it for the past 2 days and it drove me crazy as I wasn't getting why for example, dummy text I left at theme builder template was shown as 'hard-coded' in the actual post.
    For my current projects I think I'm better off with a page saved as a template so I can just change certain elements dynamically and have the rest of the layout intact.
    Or maybe I'll use a combination of both, leave the permanent features I want by designing them in Theme Template, then finishing the page with the rest and saving it as a page template.
    …lol…so confusing I know, but I think there's a method in my madness? Please correct me if I'm wrong 🙂

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