In this Oxygen Builder video tutorial, I'm going to show you how to create a beautiful custom blog archives template for your WordPress website or blog from complete scratch!
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OK, so as you may know, I'm in love with Oxygen Builder for WordPress, and with the recent update of version 3.0, I'm getting serious about putting together a whole new series of content and tutorials for you.
For now, though, let me show you how to create a great looking blog archives template like the one below.
Right, let's get started. You can also check out the full video tutorial below.
I'll assume you already have the Oxygen Builder plugin installed, so simply go to Oxygen > Templates > Add New Template to create an archives template. You can call this Archives or Blog.
The configuration you'll need to use are -
- Choose a template from "Inherit design from another template" option.
- Under "Where does this template apply" select the "Archive" in the drop-down and check the "All archives" box.
- Hit Save or Publish and begin editing with Oxygen.
Once you have created your archive template, don't forget to go to Pages > Add New > call this page blog or archives, and under "Render page using template" select the "Archives" template. You're done!
Note: If you have created other archives template in Oxygen and want to make this your main template, be sure to add a template priority value.
Tools used in this video
If you're interested in learning more about the tools used or mentioned in this Oxygen Builder tutorial, here they are -
- WordPress (Open Source)
- Oxygen Builder
- Social Warfare Plugin
- Local by Flywheel (for WordPress demo site)
You can do a quick search for these in Google.
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