When using the Avia Builder to design a template for Post, it strips the generic items generated by WordPress such as the post tags, categories, and post date. Unfortunately these are very necessary items for the design of the site I am working on and I need to have them integrated.
Is there a way I can force these elements to be shown? I like the way post look when they are written with the default editor, so it’s unfortunate that utilizing the Avia Builder removes these elements.
Any advice is greatly appreciated.
You should be able to display them if you save the post when in the default editor instead of the builder, or you can use the Magic Wand tool to add builder elements to your post. You can also use elements from the builder to add some of the regular functionality.
I understand this, however because of the way I need to have an Avia Builder template made with a specific design, I am unable to save post using only the default editor.
What I would like, is to use the Avia builder to write posts, but still have the ability to see tags, posts date, category, etc.
Unfortunately, there is no element for the post meta info, tags, categories etc., by default. You can add it manually in a text or code block. If you want to create a custom element for this, please refer to this link. https://kriesi.at/support/topic/using-alb-with-custom-post-type-and-meta-information/
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