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    Which files should I edit to get the same layout than my blog post in the /category/ and /tag/ listing ? Also, if you know which part of the code I can replace/add to make it work it’s very welcome.

    On my blog post listing i’m using this option : Simple (Title and Metadata only).

    And that option isn’t available in the Enfold Theme Options.

    Best regards.


    Hey GiroudMathias,
    Sorry for the late reply, do you mean that you want your archive pages such as the category pages, to have the same layout as a page created by assigning a blank Classic Editor page as the place a blog will show in the theme options “And where do you want to display the Blog?”
    I assume this because it the only place with the layout option “List Layout – Simple (Title and meta information only)”, for the option above it what do you have set for the “Blog Styling” option?

    So when I test this the two pages look the same
    Please check your settings to achieve the same.

    On a side note, if you wanted the archive & tag pages to match an Advanced Layout Builder blog page this filter will do that. The available layouts are single-small, single-big, blog-grid and multi-big.

    Best regards,


    So yeah apparently it was that first suggestion I was looking for. As in my blog layout setting I had the advanced layout and I needed to use the simple option as you did.

    Thanks for you help.

    Can I ask here really fast where I can remove the title in the /tags/ listing ? it’s showing “Articles” (french) in that page and I’d like not to.


    Glad to hear this helped, I don’t have the word “articles” in my title, I have “Tag Archive for: [tag]”, please link to your page so I can examine the elements and offer a solution.

    Best regards,


    Sorry I can’t link the website but here’s the class used for the “Articles” title, if it can help :
    <h3 class=”post-title tag-page-post-type-title”>Articles </h3>

    Also there’s a div above that h3 I’d like to remove if not used
    <div class=”category-term-description”></div>
    It’s adding 25px margin for nothing it seems like.

    Appreciate your help,
    Best regards


    If the h3 only contains the word “Articles” then try using css to hide it:

    #top.archive.tag h3.tag-page-post-type-title {
    	display: none;

    This should work but I don’t have the class tag-page-post-type-title so this must be a custom class.

    Best regards,


    Thanks, this works.

    I used this for my second question (for information) :

    .archive .category-term-description {
    	margin: 0;

    Best regards.



    Did you need additional help with this topic or shall we close?

    Best regards,
    Jordan Shannon

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