How hard is it to write content inside the Elementor Editor and then exit it, just so you can add the Title, Excerpt, Meta Description using the WordPress Editor. Honestly, it isn’t that hard to use any of the two Editors, both have a pretty clear interface. The problem arises due to the task of switching back and forth between the two Editors. But what if we tell you can complete tasks like assigning the Title, Meta and Excerpt from within the Elementor Editor?
Yes. You heard it right. Using Elementor theme builder, we can customize every part of a Website. If you haven’t been using the functionalities offered by Elementor, you should start using it today. You can now also custom blog format for your website.
Custom Blog Template
What is a Custom Blog Format? Suppose you have a blogging website. Not all of your blogs will have a similar type of contents. Different blog posts will have different content and also different media files. Moreover, their layouts and relative arrangements of the content elements will be different. But we can surely find some commonalities between different blogs. Yes, we can categorize different blog posts into distinct classes.
For example, suppose you publish Electronic Gadget Review blogs every day. Now as every business would like to put in the effort for increasing efficiency, you would want to do the same, wouldn’t you? Given the scenario, you can create a Custom Blog Format for publishing Gadget Review blogs in the future. Similarly, you can do it for any other type of content you might have on your Website. For example, if you publish Product Comparison Blogs, you can create a template for that purpose and use it for future Comparison Blogs as well.
What Are The Benefits Of Using A Custom Blogging Template?
Now you might be wondering the benefits of creating such a template. The first benefit of using such a template is, you can establish consistency for blog content on your Website. This way your blogs will have a fresh look which is good for branding. Go and look into the Blogging Websites, you will clearly notice they have a blogging style of their own.
Secondly, if your writers are failing to increase their productivity, teach them how they can benefit from using a Custom Blog Format. Using one, writers will know what parts they will have to include in the Blog. Thus they will have fewer reasons to waste time by looking into resources they don’t need in order to write a particular blog.
Creating A Custom Blogging Template
Let’s try this feature. First, open your WordPress Dashboard and open Elementor. Open the Add New Template Popup and from the first field under Choose Template Type drop-down select Single. Give a name to the template and click on Create Template.
After the Template is successfully loaded, use Theme Elements to make changes to the layout.
After you have created the template, you can check it using older content on your Website. We recommend you do that several times before you save the template.
After you are done creating the template, save it. Once you hit the Save Button, you will see the Conditions Pop-Up take up the screen.
You can specify this content using Categories, Tags and so on. Make sure you specify the right criterion. Otherwise, the template you just created will be assigned to the wrong Blog type. You don’t want that do you?