How to Add Post Tags when Creating a Single Post Layout with Divi Builder

As you already know, Divi Builder allows you to create a custom single post layout on your WordPress site without coding. You can use the Divi Builder visual editor to do so. When creating a custom single post layout with Divi Builder, you can customize every single element of the layout. From the heading text, main body (the content), post image, featured image, and so on. You can also add such elements as the current category, post tags, author bio, date, and so on.

Speaking of post tag, this element is commonly found on the end section of a blog post, right after the content. Tag is typically used to group articles on a website. Much like a category, but more specific. If you are new to Divi Builder and are experiencing a problem in adding post tags, this post will show you how.

You can read our previous post to learn how to create a custom single post layout with Divi Builder. In this post, we will go straight to adding the post tags element.

Adding post tags to a custom single post layout in Divi Builder

First off, go to Divi -> Theme Builder. Edit an existing custom single post layout and by clicking the pencil icon.

Add a new Text module on the area you want to add the post tags to (typically beneath the post content). On the Text module settings panel, click the database icon to use dynamic content and select Post Tags.

Add a before and after text and click the green checklist icon. If you want, you can also replace the default tags separator.

Go to the Design tab on the Text module settings panel to style up the post tags. Once done, click the green checklist icon to apply the change.

Click the Save button on the bottom-right corner to apply the changes you have just made to your custom single post layout and click X button on the top-right corner to exit the Divi Builder editor.

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