How to Customize the Single Post Template on Monstroid2

Updated: January 20, 2020

Monstroid2 comes with 10 single post templates which you can set via the theme panel. You can read this post to change the default single post template on the Monstroid2 theme. Each single post template has different customization settings, such as the font family, font style, font size, and so on. Monstroid2 allows you to customize the active single post template. The customization settings you can set include:

  • The typography of the content body (font family, font style, font size).
  • The typography of the headings (font family, font style, font size).
  • Text color.

You can also add breadcrumbs on the single post template if you want.

How to customize the single post template on Monstroid2

You can customize the active single post template of Monstroid2 via the WordPress theme customizer. To get started, open the theme customizer (Appearance -> Customize).

  • Set the typography.

To customize the typography, open the Typography option.

On the next step, you will be asked to select the part you want to customize. To customize the typography of the content body, select Body text.

As you can see, there are several typography settings you can set. Such as the font family, font style, font weight, font size, line height, and so on.

You can repeat the steps above to customize the typography of the headings. Click the arrow button to select other parts (the headings).

  • Set the text color

Another customization setting you can set on Monstroid2 is the text color, whether the text of the content body or the headings. To set the text color, return to the main dashboard of the WordPress theme customizer and select Color Scheme.

As you can see, there are several parts you can set the color of. To set the color of the content body, click the Primary Text Color option and select your preferred color.

Scroll further down to the headings section to set the text color of the headings (H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6).

Don’t forget to click the Publish button to apply the new changes you have made.

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