Archives are the content-listing pages that WordPress generates for you. The “blog” is an archive. Each custom post type that you set-up will have an archive. Even the “search” is an archive. Toolset lets you fully customize the appearance and content of these archives.

To design archives with Toolset, you need to install Toolset Views plugin.

Designing Archives with Your Favorite Page Builder

Toolset allows you to design your archives with or without a page builder. You can use Toolset’s own page builder, called Layouts, or one of the popular page builders Toolset is integrated with. How you design archives with Toolset depends on the page builder that you prefer to use.

Designing templates without any page builder

Designing templates with Toolset Layouts

Designing archives with Divi

Designing archives with Beaver Builder

Designing archives with WPBakery Page Builder (former Visual Composer)

Designing archives with Avada (Fusion Builder)

Controlling Elements that Come from the Theme

Toolset features additional integration with some WordPress themes. This allows you to choose which of the theme-elements to display on the archives that you design. When using a theme that has this sort of integration, you can control the appearance of sidebars, widget areas, titles and other page elements.

You can currently control elements for the following themes:

Create Richer Archives

Building Custom Searches for Any Content Type

Filter Content Lists and add Custom Search

Need help?

Go to the Getting Started support page, leave a comment and we will reply to you.

What’s next?

Design Individual Posts and Pages