Possible to add a standard "signature" to posts in Elemin?

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    Mike
    Member

    Hi fellow Elemin users!

    I’d like to be able to put a “signature” at the bottom of all of my posts (same textual information each time) without having to retype / recreate it manually in each new post. Does anyone know if that’s possible & if so… how?

    (I’ve never used CSS before… so go easy on any CSS lingo please! :) Not unwilling to use it…just never had the need yet.)

    The site I’m inquiring about is AIMLong.ca
    *Loving the Elemin theme since 2013*

    Thanks!
    Mike

    The blog I need help with is aimlong.ca
    #163618

    Kathryn P.
    Happiness Engineer

    Something like this in your custom CSS should do the trick on single posts:

    .single #jp-post-flair::before {
        content: "My repeated content";
        display: block;
        padding-bottom: 20px;
    }

    To include the text on both single posts and the blog index, use this instead:

    .blog  #jp-post-flair::before, .single #jp-post-flair::before {
        content: "My repeated content";
        display: block;
        padding-bottom: 20px;
    }

    I noticed that you’ve manually justified your text in every post. If you add this one line to your custom CSS that won’t be necessary anymore:

    .entry-content {
     text-align: justify; 
    }
    #163619

    Mike
    Member

    Hiya Kathryn,
    Thanks you for this.

    What if what I want to have repeated every time is not something as simple as, say, my name, but rather like what can be seen at the bottom of this post:

    100-Meter Dash
    (everything after & including: “Want to help but not sure how?”)

    Is that still possible?
    Do I end up having to write/code that title & 3-point bullet list in the custom CSS pane?

    #163620

    Kathryn P.
    Happiness Engineer

    It wouldn’t be possible to add links or bullet points that way, because HTML is not supported within CSS.

    You might want to look into using a typing shortcut app like TextExpander or a PC equivalent instead.

    #163621

    Mike
    Member

    OK, thank you Kathryn. That’s what I call a quick response!
    I’ll close this off as resolved then.
    Appreciate your help!

    #163623

    Kathryn P.
    Happiness Engineer

    My pleasure! I’ll mark this as resolved but feel free to start a new thread if you need help with anything else.

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