In content, you have the option to pull the trigger on your content.
Blog Posts Count: Define the number of blog posts you would like to show on your module. By default number is 12.
Post by type: Here you can select how you would like to represent your posts. You can choose-
Recent posts: The latest post will show first.
Popular posts: Your posts will be displayed based on your page views.
Post by category: Once you select posts by category it will pull all the categories from your post category. You can select one or more categories as per your needs.
Order by: Once you select Post by category for your post type it will show the order. When you are using single or multiple categories you might want to set the order of the blog posts from that category. You can set –
- Newest to Oldest (Default)
- Oldest to Newest
Display Random Posts: When you select this option to present your posts, it’ll be going to show a different order every time.
Offset number: Choose how many posts you would like to offset by. If you offset by 3 posts, for example, the first three posts in your blog feed will not be displayed.
In elements, you can make sure which information you would like to turn on or off. In this section, you can only select. You can design those shown in the design option. These effects are not applicable to individual posts.
Show Featured Image: This will allow you to turn on or off the featured image from the posts. By default, it’s ON.
Show excerpt: Here you can select whether you want to show an excerpt or not. By default, it’s ON.
If you do not use excerpts(Area in your individual blog post) it will show from the very beginning of your blog post as the excerpt.
Excerpt Length: You can select the excerpt length as per your need. By default, it’s 120 characters.
Show Categories: Turn ON or OFF the category link on your blog post. By default, it’s ON.
Show Author: You can turn on or off the author’s name to be shown or not. By default, it’s on.
Show date: You can control the date whether it will be shown or not here in the setting. By default, it’s on.
Meta Date Format: You can format your date here. By default, it’s M j, Y means month(3 characters), Date & Year. Find out more details on Formatting Date and Time here.
Show Comment Count: How many comments on each post can be shown here. You can show or hide it. By default, it’s OFF.
Show Pagination: After reaching the maximum number Blog Posts Count you selected on content settings. It will show a next/Older Entries. On the first page, It will paginate to order only. On the second page, it will show both ways. You can turn this off if you would like.
Read more button: Here is the option to add a button underneath each post, for example, read more. By default, it’s OFF. You can turn this ON and design this button on the design setting.
Read More Button Text: If you turned the read more button ON, here you can input custom button anchor text. By default, it’s Read More.
Adjust the background style of the element by customizing the background color, gradient, and Image. This background applicable to your content individually. If you would like to set a full background for the row or section you need to set that from the raw or section setting.
Here you can add background-color
You also can add a background gradient.
Except that you can add a background image with plenty of options like parallax effect, image size, background image position, etc. just like the regular image background option of the Divi module.
Divi Blog module can be given a custom label so that it does not need to only display as “Module-Type” on your page builder. You can use any name that is convenient for you.