Here you can enable separate settings for all blog posts, which will override global website settings (tier 1) and will apply only on blog posts (tier 2). All options listed here will be reflected in all your blog posts unless you specify different settings in single page options (tier 3).
By default, this separate blog post settings will be applied on all new posts. However, using “Apply on all existing posts” button in each of the settings sections you can apply this settings on all existing blog posts, which have been created earlier.
Note: by applying on existing posts all current settings of this posts will be overwritten.
In this section you can specify the content layout settings for the blog post using the "Layout Source" control. This defines the general layout for the content part of the blog post, i.e. the area between the header/title area and footer.
TheGem includes built-in settings for content layout of blog posts as well as templates builder, allowing you to create blog post templates with page builder. Here you can specify, which type of content layout settings to use globally across your blog posts.
Settings to control appearance of different elements on your blog post. Check the screenshots in help tooltips to see where it is used.
Note: these settings appear only in case "Built-In Settings" have been selected as Layout Source.
Menu & Header
Settings to control menu & header of blog posts. Learn more about the "Menu & Header" settings.
Settings to control title area of blog posts. Learn more about the "Title Area" settings.
Content Area & Sidebar
Settings to control main content area & sidebars of blog posts. Learn more about the "Content Area & Sidebar" settings.
Settings to control footer of blog posts. Learn more about the "Footer" settings.
Here you can add custom fields to be used in blog posts. Learn more about custom fields.