In this article, you will learn about:

Blog post settings

Open your website editor and expand the Blog management panel on the left. Then, click on any blog post to open its editor:

Look for the Post settings in the top toolbar:

There are three tabs of blog posts settings:

General

Featured image

Categories

Edit the post title, description, URL, author(s), and the publication date; you can also schedule your blog post here

Change the cover image of your blog post

Assign your blog post to one or more categories

Blog post header settings

To open the blog post header settings, click on the post header section and then click on the settings wheel icon:

There are three tabs of post header settings:

Style

Layout

Background

Text colors: set a dark or light color for the title and description

Alignment: change the post header alignment

Section color: set a color or image background for the post header

Visibility: show or hide the description, category, author, publication date, and/or reading time of a blog post

Padding: change the top/bottom padding of the post header

NOTE: Other blog post sections (below the header) also have individual settings and allow changing the background, creating an anchor, duplicating the section, and moving it up or down:

Blog section settings

Blog sections display multiple blog posts on your website. Click on any blog section to reveal its settings menu:

Click on the settings wheel icon to open the general blog section settings:

There are four tabs of blog section settings:

Layout

Style

Posts

Background

Posts per page: set how many blog posts to show within a particular blog section

Text color: set a dark or light color for titles and descriptions

Only show some posts: display different blog posts (by category) on different blog sections

Section color: set a color or image background for the blog section

Columns: set how many blog posts to show per row

Visibility: show or hide the featured image, title, description, etc. of your blog posts

Column gap: change the gap between blog posts

Padding: change the top/bottom padding of a blog section

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