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.
This will allow you to turn on or off the featured image from the posts. By default, it’s on.
Here you can select whether you want to show excerpt or not. By default, it’s on.
“Excerpt is an optional summary or description of a post”
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.
Turn on or off the category link on your blog post. By default, it’s on.
You can turn on or off the author’s name to be shown or not. By default, it’s on.
You can control the date whether it will be shown or not here in the setting. By default, it’s on.
How many comments on each post can be shown from here. You can show or hide it. By default, it’s off.
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.
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.
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