This section focuses on the archive pages, their general settings, and Single Post Layout.
What is an archive page?
Briefly said, the archive pages are the pages where the list of posts is displayed. The archive pages are generated to collect post pages under a certain post type, category, or tag.
WordPress creates archive page content automatically and uses the default template to display the list of post types. It means that you can not edit archive pages as simple pages. You can only set the Layout view and the Sidebar position.
The WordPress default archive page will appear like this in our theme:
The settings on this section will be applied to all archive pages as post type archive page, the category archive page, etc.
You can set a number of the posts to display per page, by default 10 posts will be displayed.
On the Layout area, you can choose the layout type of archive pages: Grid or List view
This is a Grid View appearance:
Here is the List view displaying:
In this section you can configure the general appearance of the Single Post Layout (Portfolios, Cases, Services, etc.)
In this section, you can set the background color or image to the comments section:
This is an appearance of the comment section:
You can enable/disable comments for all post types. When this option is enabled you can only enable comments for selected post types: