How to build a blog in WordPress using Elementor Pro and OceanWP

How to build a blog in WordPress using Elementor Pro and OceanWP?

Let’s find out!

Elementor and OceanWP are powerful duos in the WordPress world. They allow you to build a well-designed website from scratch. With just a few clicks, we demonstrate how to use OceanWP to build an architecture website. If you have not yet established your own website, be sure to check this article.

Elementor is a powerful plug-in, you can use it for a variety of different purposes. This includes blog posts and blog archive pages. This can completely change the way you use the process of creating new blog posts, and it allows you to go beyond the simple way of using text and images.

Let’s take a look at how to build these types of pages using ElementorElementor Pro, and OceanWP themes.

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How to use Elementor and OceanWP to build blog posts

Elementor and page builder plugins make it very easy to build custom web designs without knowing how to code. Of course, users are beginning to want to use these features to build beautiful, visually stunning blog posts.

However, it should be noted that you need to be cautious when using page builder plugins to build blog posts. This is because when you deactivate the plug-in, any design you built will completely disappear. Like other page builder plugins, the consequences of Elementor are not that bad. Elementor left your content, and some page builder plugins left a bunch of gibberish on the front end of your site.

You may not need to deactivate Elementor, but you should at least consider the possibility of blog posts. If you are a novice, you may want to check out a more basic tutorial on building a blog. You may not publish almost as much content as a page like a blog post. Some websites have hundreds of blog posts. Redesigning all of these takes a lot of time.

Use Elementor to build blog posts

If you have made a decision and are ready to start using Elementor to create blog posts, please refer to the following suggestions.

  • Limit the number of blog posts you build with Elementor-you can eliminate some risks (the number of blog posts that will take time to redesign if you choose to leave Elementor if you choose to leave Elementor) by building only with plugins-specific types of posts or at least keep you using Elementor builds the fewest articles.
  • Use Elementor to record the articles you build-doing so can eliminate the time required to redesign your blog posts, because you don’t need to look at every article that has been published to see which of your articles were built with Elementor.
  • Create two versions of each article – If you use Elementor to build a blog post, consider creating a second version of that article and filing it without a plugin. If you need to uninstall the plugin, you can simply copy and paste it into the WordPress editor (more or less) to redesign it.

Having said that, let’s use OceanWP and Elementor to create blog posts.

Use Elementor to build a blog

Hover your mouse over the article in the admin panel and click Add new content as usual. Name your article and save it as a draft. Before opening the Elementor editor, let’s talk about the settings you can configure on the backend, thanks to OceanWP.

Scroll down until you see the “OceanWP Settings” screen option. If you don’t see it, please open it. You can see that these options allow you to change various settings based on how the page is structured, such as whether the article has a sidebar and which side it is on, if so. You can also change the header and footer options for individual articles.

Before proceeding, please take some time to configure your settings. When you are ready, click “Edit with Elementor”.

Innovative usage when creating blog posts

When you use page builder plugins to build blog posts, you will be at the extreme in terms of creativity. The content modules provided in Elementor will allow you to effortlessly add a variety of different designs and styles, many of which can be incorporated into the article itself, so they are not just “rough”.

Text is an easy way to use Elementor to handle custom styles, especially the title and text editor modules. If you read the guidelines that we published when building a website with Elementor and OceanWP, you know that every module has a style section. You can use the layout settings in this section to add various text styles to your article.

You can create the following different content instead of saving the title with text that looks the same throughout the article.

To be Continued…

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