How to Customize the Single Post Layout in Jupiter X Theme

Updated: February 26, 2020

In the Jupiter X theme, you have nearly limitless possibilities to customize the single post layout. You can change the typography settings, text color, featured image size, and so on. This post will show you how to customize the single post layout in the Jupiter X theme. Before getting started, there is one thing you need to know. There are two single post layout types you can use in Jupiter X: default and custom.

If you use the default single post layout, you can use the Jupiter theme part customizer to customize it. If you use the custom single post layout, you can use Elementor to customize it. We have covered how to create a custom single post layout in Jupiter X in the previous post so, in this article, we will cover how to customize the default single post layout.

First off, go to the WordPress theme customizer page (Appearance -> Customize). Open the Layout section and select your preferred layout.

Next, open Blog -> Blog Single. Make sure the single post layout is set to Default, select the layout you like, disable/enable the elements, and click the Styles tab to start the styling process.

Here are some of the key styling options you might want to set.

  • Featured image

To style up the featured image, click the Customize button on the Featured Image element. On the appearing window, you can set the minimum image height, maximum image height, image radius, and margins. If you want, you can also set the featured image to Full Width.

  • Post title

To style up the post title, click the Customize button on the Title element. On the appearing window, you can set the font style, font size, alignment, bold level, space between fonts, and the margins.

  • Post meta

To style up the post meta, you can click the Customize button on the Meta element. On the appearing window, you can set the font style, font size, bold level, space between fonts, link color, and the margins.

  • Post content

To style up the post content, you can click the Customize button on the Post Content element. On the appearing window, you can set the alignment, font style, font size, font color, bold level, space between lines, space between fonts, and the margins.

Don’t forget to click the Publish button to save the changes you made.

If you use a post layout that contains a sidebar, you can go to Appearance -> Widgets to add the widgets to the sidebar.

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1 thought on “How to Customize the Single Post Layout in Jupiter X Theme”

  1. I am using the Jupiter-X Theme with the free version of Elementor. Now I want to use the caption function to write the image-rights right underneath. How can I do this within the blog?

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