Toolset Layouts provides a drag-and-drop editor to design archives for your custom content types.
You design an Archive Layout which lists all the posts belonging to the custom post type you select. The header, footer, and sidebars are generated by your theme, while Layouts renders the archive’s list of posts.
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.
To create a new template go to the Toolset -> Dashboard page and click the Create archive button in the row of your custom post type.
This will open the Archive Layout with the Layouts Editor. The layout will be empty and automatically assigned to the archive page in question.
You design your archive layouts using cells. For the archive to display correctly, you must insert the WordPress Archive cell.
In the cell insertion dialog, select to create a new WordPress Archive and click the Create button.
A WordPress Archive is created and includes basic settings.
To add post fields to your archive, scroll to the Templates for this WordPress Archive editor, found in the Loop Editor section. There, click the Fields and Views button and select a field.
WordPress Archives work like ordinary WordPress content. Use any HTML tags to design the layout of the archive. You can wrap shortcodes with HTML tags which 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.
To add custom CSS or JS, click to expand the CSS editor or JS editor sections below the template editor.
Toolset allows you to easily see how your archive looks like on the front-end.
First, click to save and close the WordPress Archive cell’s dialog. This will take you back to the main layout editor.
Click the Preview layout button to see your archive on the front-end.
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