Looking for a single post template for Elementor? The Grey Stones is the one you can take a look at, then. It is a single post template designed specifically for blog posts although you can also use it for pages or even a custom post type. It comes with a simple, yet modern design that puts reading experience on the emphasis.
The Grey Stones is a perfect single post template if you want to prioritize reading experience on your blog. The template uses a font that is convenient to read. Also, the absence of sidebar offers a distraction-free reading experience. At the end section of the template, you will find a form that you can use to collect email addresses from your readers. This form — as well as other elements on the templates — are available on Elementor Pro. The fact is that the template doesn’t use a single widget from third-party add-on.
On the featured image column on the first section, you will find that the image is set to portrait orientation. Even so, you don’t need to edit the featured images on the existing posts to change the orientation as the orientation setting is set on Elementor. You can use either a portrait or landscape orientation for your featured images.
Importing the Template
The Grey Stones is created with Elementor Theme Builder. Thus, you can import it via Elementor Theme Builder as well. First, go to Templates -> Theme Builder on your WordPress dashboard to open Elementor Theme Builder. Next, hover your cursor over the Single Post label on the left panel and click the plus icon.
You can click the arrow icon on the on the appearing library window and click SELECT FILE button to select the JSON file of the template you have downloaded in advance.
Once the template is imported, select it. You can find the imported templates from the My Templates tab on the template library window. Click the Insert button to load it to the Elementor editor.
Make some edit when necessary. Once done, you can click the PUBLISH button on the bottom side on the settings panel. Next, add a display condition on the appearing dialog. End by clicking the SAVE & CLOSE button.
Elementor offers a Post Content widget that you can use to customize the post content on your WordPress site. However, the widget is only capable of customizing the paragraph element. If you want to customize the heading elements (H2, H3, H4, and so on), you can do so from Site Settings of Elementor.
You can access Site Settings by clicking the hamburger icon on the top-left corner on the settings panel and select Site Settings.
You can click the Typography menu to edit the heading elements.