When you add custom content types to a site, you should design how “single” items display. Most themes will display your custom content without any custom fields. Content Templates let you create your own templates, including any field that belongs to the content, using simple HTML and without writing PHP.
Go to Toolset -> Dashboard and click Create Content Template button in the row of the post type you want to design a template for.
To add post fields to your template, scroll to the main editor in the Template section and click the Fields and Views button. A dialog with a list of all available fields will appear. Click on any field to insert the shortcode into the template.
Content Templates work like ordinary WordPress content. Use HTML tags to control the layout of the template. You can wrap shortcodes with HTML tags and you can also add classes and styles directly to all shortcodes.
You can also easily arrange post information and fields into columns, by using the Grid button.
The editor includes a convenient syntax highlighter, which lets you easily craft your HTML. It’s very similar to writing ordinary WordPress content, however, you are actually creating page templates.
To add custom CSS or JS to a Content Template, simply click to expand the CSS editor or JS editor sections below the main Template editor.
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