Sedikit Hitam is a single post template created with Elementor Theme Builder. The template is inspired by the single post template of GitHub. Of course, it is not one hundred percent identical with GitHub’s single post template as all the materials used on the template are available for free, including the font family — which is available on the Elementor font list.
If you use Elementor Pro on your WordPress site, this Elementor template is great to be assigned to the blog posts to replace the default blog post template of your theme. You can modify the template to make it match the design scheme of your website.
Sedikit Hitam already includes all the necessary elements you need on the blog posts. From post title, featured image, post meta, related posts, to email opt-in form.
Importing the Template
First, you can download the template via the download button provided above. Unzip the downloaded ZIP file until you get the JSON file of the template.
Next, go to Templates -> Theme Builder on your WordPress dashboard to open the Theme Builder page. Once you are there, hover your cursor over the Single Post label on the left panel and click the plus icon.
You will be taken to the template library window after clicking the plus icon above. On this window, click the arrow icon to open the file picker. Click the SELECT FILE button to select the JSON file of the template. Click Open on the appearing dialog.
Wait a second until Elementor is done importing your template. Next, find your template under the My Templates on the template library window and click the Insert button to load it to the Elementor editor.
Edit the template if you need to. Once done, publish the template by clicking the PUBLISH button on the bottom side on the settings panel. One the appearing window, add a display condition by clicking the ADD CONDITION button. Click SAVE & CLOSE to apply the template.
Elementor Pro offers the Post Content widget which you can use to customize the content body of your posts. However, the widget is only capable of customizing the paragraph element. To edit the heading elements (h2, h3, and so on), you can open Site Settings. Click the hamburger icon on the settings panel and select Site Settings to access Elementor Site Settings.
On Site Settings panel, click the Typography menu. As you can see, there are several elements you can customize. From body, link to headings. Since you have used the Post Content widget to customize the paragraph element, you don’t need to make any change on the body element from Site Settings panel.
From Site Settings panel, you can also customize the comment form (by clicking the Form Fields menu). Make sure to click the UPDATE button after making the changes.