How to Create a Single Blog Post Template in Elementor

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Hello, hello!  Today, I’ve got a super important lesson for you.  You’ve set up your website with OceanWP and Elementor, and you’ve ready to rock and roll with those blog posts.

Sooo… how, exactly, do you get those posts published?  Why, you need a single post template, of course!  Check out this video as I walk through each step with you.  

One thing to note for this post:  you will need the Pro version of Elementor to create a single post template this way.  If you do not have the Pro version, you can get it for only $49 hereNote:  if you purchase through this link, I will receive a small commission at no extra charge to you. Thank you for your support!

If you don’t plan to purchase Elementor Pro, you can still publish your blog posts, of course, but you won’t be able to create this particular type of template.  

Happy blogging, friends!

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