Single Post layout is the inner page which shows your blog’s single post.
With Munk WordPress Theme, you customize the layout of your single post.
You can find the option to customize single post at:
Dashboard >> Appearance >> Customize >> Content > Single Post
In the panel you will find the following options to customize your Single Post:
Single Post Layout
Munk comes with 3 major layout types for Single Post:
- Without Sidebar / Full Width: Content is displayed end to end within the container without any sidebar.
- Left Sidebar: A Layout where your widget sidebar is displayed on the left side of content.
- Right Sidebar: A Layout where your widget sidebar is displayed on the right side of content.
By Default, Munk uses the left sidebar layout and if you select a different layout in here then it will be applied for all the single posts of your site.
Note: Munk also comes with the ability to override Layout options for each single posts. Even if you select a layout in customizer, you can override the sidebar position and other settings on per post basis by editing that specific post.
Post Content Padding
Padding refers to the space around the content but inside of the container
You can adjust the padding/space around the post content using this option. By default, Munk has a post content set to 45px. You can adjust it to a more wider or narrower padding according to your requirement.
Post Content Margin
Margin refers to the space around the content but outside of the container
You can adjust the margin around the post content using this option. By default, Munk has a post content set to 0px. You can adjust the margin to add more space between two posts.
Post Layout options lets you adjust post content sequence. You can drag and drop an element and put it above or below another item to change the sequence of the content.
Further, by clicking on the “eye” icon you can disable or enable the content. If you disable an item then it will not be displayed in the post content.
The post meta data is the “administrative” information you provide to viewers about each post. This information usually includes the author of the post, when it was written (or posted), and how the author categorized that particular post.
In this option you can select which information you want to display for posts. You can drag and drop the items to change the sequence they are displayed or click on the eye icon to disable it completely.
Post Meta Icon
By default Munk shows icon with each post meta information. You can use the “Show Icons in Post Meta” toggle to disable output of icon in Post Meta.
Here, you can enable or disable Author Bio of the post. If enabled an Author Bio box is shown below the post content which shows Author’s name, his social media links if added and his bio description which has to be added in his profile in the dashboard of the site.
Author title is the text that shows above the Author Bio box. You can edit to to something or else removed it completely to disable the Author title.