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Configuring Blog in Theme Settings


How can I replace the load more button with page links at the bottom of the blog listing template?

Change the Pagination from Load More Button to Standard Pagination in the Blog Listing section of Theme Settings.

Theme Settings

There are 2 sections in Theme Settings for Blog: Blog Listing and Blog Post


This design group provides options to modify the blog settings for POWER theme.


Blog → Blog Listing

Modify the default settings for the Blog Listing Template in POWER theme.



Checkbox options for:

  • Show Filter Bar: Shows/Hides the bar containing the blog categories/tags
  • Show Blog Post Author?: Displays the author name in the blog post previews, if activated.
  • Show Blog Post Date?: Display the date in the blog post preview, if activated.
  • Show Blog Post Reading Time?: Display the estimated (internally calculated) reading time of the blog post, depending on the length of the blog post content.
  • Show Blog Post Summary?: Displays the excerpt text on the listing page.
  • Truncate Summary: limits the length of the excerpt text to a given number.

Blog → Blog Listing → Filter Layout

Choice of List or Dropdown.


Blog → Blog Listing → Layout

Choice of One, Two, or Three Columns (desktop layout) - columns adjust automatically based on screen size.


Blog → Blog Listing → Get Summary From

The summary displayed can come from the beginning of the blog post content (above the read more separator) or from the blog post meta description.


Blog → Blog Listing → Pagination

The Load More Button allows for a set number of posts to display followed by a button for the user to click to see additional posts. Standard Pagination creates a series of pages the user can click through to see additional posts.

The standard pagination method is with arrows compared to the more modern way of loading additional blog posts by clicking on a “load more” button.

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Blog → Blog Post

Option to set the width of the content of your blog posts. Default is the theme default width 795px. Website Content Width - Refers to the layout content width selected in the main theme settings, affecting all web pages. Custom - Allows you to specify a custom value in pixels.

Option to show/hide the navigation bar and/or related posts on the blog post template for all blog post pages.

  • Show Navigation Bar: Shows/Hides the navigation bar that adds links to the blog overview/listing and the previous and next posts.
  • Show Related Posts: Shows/Hides the section suggesting related blog posts. The section is at the end of the blog post.

Next Steps

After configuring the blog settings, update the Layout options in theme settings 


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