At the top of any website page, blog post, or ProPhoto gallery permalink page your design can feature a “content header”, like in this example:
A content header can consist of:
- the title of the page/post being seen
- a publish date
- “meta items” like page/post…
- author name
- applied list of categories
- applied list of tags
- the number of comments for the page/post
You can enable or disable these items in any layout, and you can customize the styling & spacing of these items.
*NOTE: if your layout uses the Post/Page header module the settings below will not apply. Click to edit your header module’s settings instead.
Show or hide post/page titles
Show or hide header date, categories, or other meta items
Font style of text & links
Alignment and spacing
Bottom border line/divider
What about the content footer?
Similar settings are available for meta items like author, categories, and tags found below the content of posts.
These are found in the same popup in the Content styles > Footer meta items area.
See our separate tutorial for information about the Content footer settings you can edit.