Article / Blog post page
Note: In order to select a different template other than the default template on a blog post, that template must exist in the live published theme on your store. Therefore, in order to utilize the recipe template, you must purchase the theme and publish it, or create a template on your current live theme called "recipe".
There are two templates for an article/blog post that come with the theme: Default blog post and recipe. The only difference between them is that the recipe template has an extra section where you can add a recipe to an article. For details on how to do that, see the documentation for Article recipe. Everything on this page applies to both template. Here's an example of an article.
The article will automatically show pagination to previous and next articles if they exist, and it will also show article comments if they are enabled in the Shopify admin.
The content from the blog post.
You can choose which social media share buttons you want to show by checking the box next to that platform option. The options are:
- Twitter or X
There is also a button to copy the page url link to the computer's clipboard. This button will always display if this block is selected.
This block adds a visual divider line with space above and below it.
Show the article tags as a list of buttons. Example:
See the dedicated documentation on Product recommendations on articles for details on how to add products to this area.
Check this box to show breadcrumbs at the top of the article header. The breadcrumbs will include a link to "Home" and a link to the main blog page for this article.
Show date published
Show the article published date on the card. You can change the format that this date displays in on Theme settings/Styles/Preferred date format.
Show article author on card
If there's an excerpt on the article, it will show in italics in the article header.
Option to add a curved arch border to the top right side of the article image, or leave it as a rectangle.
(Whisk 5.0.0 and above)
Adjust top and bottom padding within the section.
Add space above or below
(Whisk 4.3.1 and below)
Depending on the sections that are above or below this section, you may want to add some extra space for a more pleasing layout.