When you add a custom content type to a site, you should design its archive page. Most themes will display the archives without any custom fields. WordPress Archives let you create your own archives, including any field that belongs to the content, using simple HTML and without writing PHP.
Go to Toolset -> Dashboard and click Create archive button in the row of the post type you want to design an archive for.
If you want to create an archive for a custom taxonomy please take a look at the page about designing archive pages for custom taxonomy.
In the dialog box that appears, enter the name for your archive and click the Create WordPress Archive button.
To add post fields to your archive, scroll to the main editor in the Loop Editor section and click the Loop Wizard button.
In the first step of the wizard, select how the post fields should be output. We recommend using the Bootstrap Grid option which looks nice and is responsive by default.
In the second step, select post fields you want to display on your archive page.
WordPress Archives work like ordinary WordPress content. To control the layout of the archive, use HTML tags. You can wrap shortcodes with HTML tags. This allows you to add classes and apply styles directly to all shortcodes.
Use the Grid button to easily arrange post information and fields into responsive columns.
The editor includes a convenient syntax highlighter and you can easily craft your HTML. It is very similar to writing ordinary WordPress content, however, you are actually creating page templates.
To add custom CSS or JS, click to expand the CSS editor or JS editor sections below the main Template editor.
Toolset allows you to easily see how your archive looks like on the front-end.
Scroll to the top of the WordPress Archive editing page, to the section called Loops Selection. There, look under the Custom Post Archives section and click the icon next to the post type for which you are editing an archive.
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