After enabling Content Archives that need customizing, you may now go into each singular archive panel.
These panels are available in Customizer > Theme Settings > Content Archives.
Show/hide and re-order entry elements. Click “Toggle Hooks” to show Genesis hooks. Re-ordering Genesis hooks may come in handy if a 3rd-party plugins is using Genesis hooks and the content is not displaying where you’d like them.
Customize how you’d like images to show on the singular archive page.
Mai Theme takes the guesswork out of which image size to use. Instead, we you can focus on what really matters, the image orientation (aspect ratio). Depending on the active theme, you can choose from Landscape, Portrait, Square, or Custom. Custom let’s you explicitly declare the registered image size to display.
Choose from one of our 9 different image positions:
- Full – Fills the full container of the entry.
- Center – Centers inside the entry.
- Left Top – Aligns to the top of the left side of the entry. See Image Width setting below.
- Left Middle – Aligns to the middle of the left side of the entry. See Image Width setting below.
- Left Full – Fills the entire left side of the entry. See Image Width setting below.
- Right Top – Aligns to the top of the right side of the entry. See Image Width setting below.
- Right Middle – Aligns to the middle of the right side of the entry. See Image Width setting below.
- Right Full – Fills the entire right side of the entry. See Image Width setting below.
- Background – Covers the entire entry. As long as there isn’t too much content inside, the entry will try to maintain the image aspect ratio.
When the image position is one of the available Left or Right options, this setting allows you to set the amount of the entry that the image should use (one half, one third, or one-fourth).
Limit the number of characters shown for the content or excerpt. Use 0 for no limit.
Add custom content anywhere in your entry. Works with shortcodes like
[mai_content], and anything else.
Header & Footer Meta
More Link Text
Customize the Read More link/button text.
Display a boxed styling around your singular post archives.
Choose to align your text from the Start, Center, or End.
Choose the number of columns you want to display. Optionally align your columns vertically and horizontally. Use CLEAR to revert back to the default.
Custom Responsive Columns
By default, Mai Theme will automatically scale down the amount of columns on tablets and mobile based on the main Columns (desktop) setting. Using the custom responsive columns setting gives you full control over how many columns display at different “breakpoints” or screen sizes.
Align the column container themselves. This is only relevant when you don’t have enough entries to fill up the last row. If you have 3 columns, but only 8 entries, the last 2 will align left, center, or right, depending on this setting.
Align Columns (vertical)
Vertical alignment for the entries. This is most noticeable when displaying entries with a different amount of content in them. Most of the time, this setting won’t be needed.
Column & Row Gap
Write the amount of space you want between your columns and rows. You can use any unit value (rem, em, px, vw, vh, etc). If no value is specified, it will default to px (pixels).
Entry Pagination Type
Set the archive pagination type to numeric or previous/next pagination.
Posts Per Page
Set the number of posts per page to display.
By default, WordPress is set to show ten posts per page. To change that amount, write the number of posts you’d like to display on each paginated page.
Choose a specific background and text color for your archive page headers.