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    I have noticed at the bottom of each Blog post, eg. http://websitedesign101.com.au/website-design-checklist-how-to-create-a-successful-website/

    there is a section which says “You might also like …” which I think is brilliant and I intend to keep it. However, I was wondering how do I edit that section of the blog – for example if I wish to add an extra component, such as photo gallery to every blog post.

    Thank you so much.



    Actually Kriesi uses several files for the blog post. The main file is wp-contentthemesenfoldsingle.php which then includes several other files – eg the wp-contentthemesenfoldincludesrelated-posts.php template for the related posts component. You can add your code to single.php or to one of the templates in the wp-contentthemesenfoldincludes folder.


    Thanks Dude. I was hoping I would not have to touch the code … that it was one of the settings which I can change through the theme menus. :)


    You also may create a childtheme to add your personal stuff, but that won’t help you eitherway… lots of code to do… :)

    So I’d like to mention you should just enable the builder for the post types.

    1. Locate meta.php within config-templatebuilder/avia-template-builder/config/

    2. Have a look at lines 4-7:

    $boxes = array(

    array( 'title' =>__('Avia Layout Builder','avia_framework' ), 'id'=>'avia_builder', 'page'=>array('portfolio','page'), 'context'=>'normal', 'priority'=>'high', 'expandable'=>true ),

    array( 'title' =>__('Layout','avia_framework' ), 'id'=>'layout', 'page'=>array('portfolio', 'page' , 'post'), 'context'=>'side', 'priority'=>'low'),


    Change to:

    $boxes = array(

    array( 'title' =>__('Avia Layout Builder','avia_framework' ), 'id'=>'avia_builder', 'page'=>array('portfolio','page','post'), 'context'=>'normal', 'priority'=>'high', 'expandable'=>true ),

    array( 'title' =>__('Layout','avia_framework' ), 'id'=>'layout', 'page'=>array('portfolio', 'page' , 'post'), 'context'=>'side', 'priority'=>'low'),


    You just have to add the ‘post’ type to enable the builder for posts. Don’t worry – actually it’s working very fine. If you encounter any errors, just remove it.


    nice hint – thanks – doesn’t help to change the layout of the blog page – but helps editing new posts!

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