Here you can define whether to show “read more” link after the excerpt or not.
Clicking this button will enable the Divi Builder, giving you access to all of the Divi Builder’s modules.
Next, click the Use Visual Builder button to launch the builder in Visual Mode.
The default layout is a M j, Y formate (January 6, 2014) See the Word Press Codex on date formats for more options.
Showing the full content will not truncate your posts on the index page.
Choose whether or not you would like to display the date on which each post was created within the post meta area below the post title.
Choose whether or not you would like to display post categories within the post meta area below the post title.
This blog page has a fullwidth header with a search module below it.
Under the Search Module, I’m going to add a specialty section with the Blog Module on the left side and a sidebar section on the right. Update the Blog Settings as follows: Posts Number: 6 Read More Button: ON Show Pagination: NO Grid Tile Background Color: #ffffff Layout: Grid Use Dropshadow: ON Overlay Icon Color: #ffffff Hover Overlay Color: rgba(224,153,0,0.51) Header Font: Default Header Font Size: 21px Header Text Color: #333333 Header Letter Spacing: 1px Header Line Height: 1.2em Use Border: YES Border Color: #f0f0f0 Border Width: 1px Border Style: Solid Custom CSS (Read More Button): color: #e09900; display: block; text-align:center; margin-top: 10px; border: 1px solid #ccc; padding: 5px; text-transform: capitalize; letter-spacing: 1px; The advanced Custom CSS for the read more button creates a custom look that fits the design well.
Choose whether or not you would like to display comment count within the post meta area below the post title.
Choose whether or not you would like to display pagination for this feed.
We have some great tutorials about how to use Divi’s row and section elements.