Dongker is single post template for Elementor. The template is created using the native Theme Builder feature of Elementor Pro so that you don’t need to install an extra add-on to use import the template. You can assign the template whether to blog posts or pages on your WordPress site.
The Dongker single post template is created with reading experience in mind. There is no sidebar or annoying element added to the template. The template kit consists of two sections as follows:
- First section: To place the featured image, post title, and post info (post meta)
- Second section: To place the post content
You can edit the width of the first section (1120px) according to the width of the header on your website. You can also add other elements if you want to.
How to Import the Template
First thing first. You can download the template by clicking the Download button we provided above. Unzip the downloaded ZIP file and you can find a JSON file of the template.
Next, login to your WordPress dashboard and go to Templates -> Theme Builder. On the Theme Builder page, hover your cursor over the Single Post label on the left panel and click the plus icon.
On the appearing template library, click the top arrow icon followed by the SELECT FILE button to select the JSON file of the template.
Once the template is imported, select it from the My Templates tab. Click the Insert button to load it to the Elementor editor.
Once the template is loaded to the Elementor, you can make some edit if you want it. Once done, click the PUBLISH button on the bottom side of the settings panel. Add a display condition on the appearing dialog and click the SAVE & CLOSE button.
Theme Builder only allows you to customize the following elements on the single post:
- Post title
- Post meta
- Featured image
- Post content (paragraph only)
If you want to customize other parts such as link, comment form, and heading tags, you can go to the Site Settings on the Elementor settings panel. To go there, you can click the hamburger icon on the top-left corner on the settings panel and select Site Settings.