Magnitude also comes with an easy to configure and flexible Single Post template. With this feature, you are able to configure which template to be displayed on the single post page of your choice.
Before we begin, please make sure that you have the Jeg Elementor Kit plugin installed.
If it is not installed yet, you can simply install from a WordPress plugin named Jeg Elementor Kit as the keyword, or simply download the plugin directly at this link, and upload it to your WordPress site.
Single Post Template Dashboard
To begin configuring the Single Post template, please go to WordPress Dashboard → Jeg Elementor Kit →
Then you will be presented with the Single Post template interface as shown in the image below.
To start creating a single post template, you can click on the Add New Template button and you will be greeted by the Create Single Post interface where you can name and set up the condition for the current single post template.
Once you are satisfied with the single post template configuration, you can finalize your single post template by clicking on the Create button.
You can create some conditions where your single post template will be shown, or leave it empty to show it everywhere.
The single post template conditions are evaluated by the AND logic. Since you can create multiple conditions, this means the template would only be rendered if all the conditions are satisfied, otherwise looped to the next single post template.
Once you are satisfied with the single post configuration, you can finalize your single post template by clicking on the Create button.
You can create a new condition by clicking the Add Condition button.
You can add multiple single post templates. Upon visiting the site, the single post templates will be looped from the highest priority (top) to the lowest priority (bottom).
The single post template of the next priority will only be looped if the conditions of the previous single post templates are not satisfied.
If the current single post loop conditions are satisfied, that single post template would be rendered on the site otherwise, it will loop to the next single post template.
Based on the image above, you can see some important parts of the Single Post template dashboard such as:
- Active Template
This is the area of the active single post templates.
- Template name
The template name column is where you can see the name on each single post template.
The priority column is where you can see the single post template priority which will be looped in order upon site rendering.
The edit column is where you can edit the single post template by clicking the pencil icon with Elementor.
The clone column is where you can duplicate the single post template by clicking the clone icon.
The delete column is where you can remove the single post template by clicking the trash icon.
- Inactive Template
This is the area of the disabled single post templates. If you want to disable certain single post templates without removing them you can simply drag the template from the Active Template area to the Inactive Template area and vice versa.