Your website and your webpage are the presentations you’re showing to the entire world. Often, it’s the first thing people see and learn about you which is why it’s important that you make it stand out. Customizing the blog page on your website to fit your and the needs of your target audience will make the page more appealing and efficient.

Luckily, the Divi Builder is perfect for customizing your blog page, in real-time and watch as the changes appear. If you’re not sure how to organize your blog page content in Divi, we’ve got you covered. Here are 5 useful tips you can use to reorganize it.

Let’s break it down together.

  1. Full-Width  vs. Grid

Divi allows you to easily add the “Blog Module” to your website and thus helps you jump start to the moment of customization.

Once you add the Blog Module to your website, the first thing you have to choose is the layout. The default layout is going to be set to full-width.

However, we strongly recommend you change it to grid layout since it:

  • is simpler
  • allows scanning
  • works better for blogs

The grid layout allows for simpler navigation which is one of the most important aspects of web design today.

To do this, follow these steps:

  • go to Blog Settings
  • click on Design
  • choose Layout and change it to Grid
Once you do this, the default settings will display a three-column structure and your blog posts will align according to it. Now is a good time to decide the number of posts you want to display. Go to Content and limit the Posts Number as you desire.

Also, choose between:

  • show excerpt
  • show content

The first option is far better for a Grid layout.

2. Posts Management

Now that you’ve done the basic setup, it’s time to decide what your posts display is going to look like. We’re going to analyze some of the best options you can use to organize and manage the post on your blog page.

– Offset Number
This is a simple option for you to exclude a blog post from the display once you decide you don’t want it there. Just type the post number in the Offset Number box and it won’t be displayed.

– Sticky Posts
Sticky posts are there to give advantage to certain posts over the other, regardless of when they were published. Sticky posts will be pinned to the top of the blog page and here’s how to do it:

  • choose the post to edit in Divi
  • choose the “stick to the top of the blog” option

Use one of these options to manage how your posts appear on the blog page and which way you display it to your audience.

1. Blog Card Elements

Divi Builder allows you to edit your blog card elements. To put it simply, you can choose how each blog postcard is going to look.

Choose the Elements section and decide whether or not you want to display:

  • featured post images
  • the author
  • the date it was published
  • category
  • number of comments

Just tick the ones you wish to put in display and leave out the ones you don’t want to use.

Next, make sure that you use the right design options to make your content pop up and shine through. Design setting will allow you to:

  • change the sizing and width of the blog
  • add margin or padding
  • customize the borders
  • much more

All the elements have to work together to create a coherent and effective blog page.

4. Display Most Recent Posts

If you want your blog visitors to easily find and access your most recent and fresh content, you should create a separate section for it. To do this, you’ll have to follow these steps:

  • insert a new section at the top of the page
  • add a one-column row
  • copy and paste the blog module you’re already using
  • update blog settings for that separate section as you wish

You can choose how many posts to display, and which elements of the blog card to use, as we’ve covered above.

“When you’re creating a section for the recent posts, don’t forget to use the Offset Number option to exclude those posts from the section below. You don’t want them to appear on the blog page twice,” says Maya Pearson, a web designer and writer at Supreme Dissertations and Trust My Paper.

5. Create Separate Categories

Another way to help your blog visitors find what they’re looking for faster and easier is to organize your posts display by separate categories. Depending on your niche and nature of your blog, you have the freedom to decide what categories to create and display. Here’s what you need to do:

  • add a one-column row where you want to display the category
  • go to Blog Settings
  • adjust the Content settings as you like (number of posts displayed, post type, etc.)
  • choose a category from the list or create your own category

Now all that’s left is to add a category title above the displayed category to make sure everyone knows what section they’re looking at. You can repeat this process and create as many categories as you like.

Final Thoughts

The way you organize and display your content on the Blog Page can make a huge difference for those visiting your website. This is why it’s important that you know how Divi can help you create an effective combination of elements that will work best for your audience. Use the tips listed above to reorganize your blog page and make it more suitable for your target audience. Make the right adjustments and give them a memorable experience.

Marques Coleman is a successful copywriter and talented blogger. He covers stories ranging from learning new skills to starting your own business. His main goal is to help his readers with their professional development. He currently works as a writer at Best Essays Education and Classy Essay. He’s also an editor at Grab My Essay and Top Essay Writing.

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