Keeping Going is an Elementor template built with the Theme Builder feature of Elementor Pro. The template is designed for single post of WordPress. More specifically, it is designed for blog posts. So, if you have a WordPress blog built with Elementor Pro and are looking for a free single post template, Keep Going is a great item to take a look at.
The Keep Going Elementor single post template is built with a sidebarless design approach to enhance the reading experience. It comes with the necessary elements such as post title, featured image, post meta, post content, to related posts.
Also, you will find an email opt-in form beneath the post body area. You can connect the form with email marketing plugins like MailPoet, weMail, to Newsletter. Of course, you can also connect it with a third-party email marketing plugin like MailerLite, ConverKit, to ActiveCampaign.
How to Use the Template
Theme Builder is a feature available on Elementor Pro (read: Elementor Free vs Pro). So, before downloading the template, make sure you have upgraded to Elementor Pro in case you haven’t done so. Once you ready, download the template by clicking the download button above. Next, extract the downloaded ZIP file to get the JSON file of the template.
Next, go to Templates -> Theme Builder on your WordPress dashboard to go to the Theme Builder page. Hover your cursor over the Single Post label on the left panel and click the plus icon to add a new template.
On the appearing template library window, click the arrow icon on the top bar to open the file picker. Simply click the SELECT FILE button to select the JSON file of the template. Confirm by clicking the Open button on the appearing dialog.
Once the template is imported, you can find it on the My Templates tab on the library window. Click the Insert button to load it to the Elementor editor.
Edit the template if there are parts you want to change. Once done, publish it by clicking the PUBLISH button on the settings panel. Next, set a display condition on the appearing window by clicking the ADD CONDITION button. End by clicking the SAVE & CLOSE button to apply the template.
After importing the template above, you will find a Post Content widget. The widget is aimed at customizing the content of your post. However, you can only use it to customize the paragraph element. To customize other elements (heading elements in particular), you can go to Elementor Site Settings.
On the settings panel, click the hamburger icon on the top-left corner and select Site Settings.
Click the Typography menu on the Site Settings panel. As you can see, there are some elements you can customize — other than paragraph. One thing. Since you have customized the paragraph element using the Post Content widget, you don’t need to make any change on the Body block.
From Elementor Site Settings, you can also set the comment form fields (on the Form Fields menu), set the space between paragraphs, and so on.