Hey Divi Nation! Thanks for joining us for the next installment of our weekly Divi Design Initiative where each week, we give away brand new freebies for Divi. In the past, we shared the beautiful Bistro Layout Pack. To help you get your website up and running as soon as possible, we’re sharing a blog post template that matches this layout pack perfectly as well! Hope you enjoy it.
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Blog Post Template Below
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How to Upload The Template
Go to Divi Theme Builder
To upload the template, navigate to the Divi Theme Builder in the backend of your WordPress website.
Upload Blog Post
Then, in the top right corner, you’ll see an icon with two arrows. Click on the icon.
Navigate to the import tab, upload the JSON file which you were able to download in this post and click on ‘Import Divi Theme Builder Templates‘.
Save Divi Theme Builder Changes
Once you’ve uploaded the file, you’ll notice a new blog post template. Save the Divi Theme Builder changes as soon as you want the template to be activated.
How to Modify The Template
Open Post Template
To modify the blog post template’s elements, start by opening the template.
Keep Post Content Module Inside Template
Inside the Body Layout Editor, you can edit the design on the front end using the Divi Builder just like you would with a normal Divi page.
Since this is a template that has been assigned to all posts for the site, there is a post content module that is necessary for displaying the post content. You will need to keep that module in place, but you can adjust the design elements of the post content module which will design the post content that is displayed dynamically.
About the Layout
This blog post template has a lot of dynamic elements that will work with your blog posts immediately. For example, the entire post header is made up of dynamic elements including a featured image as the background, the post title, and the post metadata. This content won’t need updating, but you can tweak the design of each of those elements if needed.
Other dynamic elements in this layout include the following:
- Post Content – displays the post content added when editing the post on the backend of WordPress.
- Comments – a functional comment area for the post.
Here is a quick illustration that identifies the elements of the bistro blog post template.
New Freebies Every Week!
We hope you’ve enjoyed the blog post template for the Bistro Layout Pack. We look forward to hearing your opinions in the comment section below. Make sure you check back next week for more freebies!
There is a problem with almost all the blog post templates that you design. Most of them are not usable from the readability point of view. As per the usability standard, any content pieces that has more than 70-77 characters (including space) in one line is not comfortable for the readers to read. This translates into around 700px width for the main content.
There is a reason why almost all the big news website (NYT, TheGuardian, etc.) has kept the body width to around 650-700px on desktop, and each one of them has around 75 characters in one line.
Readability drops significantly the more wider the content becomes, and the blog post templates you share has anywhere around 90-100 characters or more in one line. Could you please address that?