Tell me if this sounds familiar: So you find a cool-looking theme, and you really want to use it on your blog. The design is sick overall!
However, once you move it over to your site, you realize that the single post template isn’t so great at all. It looks like someone Arialed all over it, not even bothering to make sure the text is readable on anything wider than 1000px. Yikes!
So what do you do in such a scenario?
You’re stuck with that crappy single post template.
Alternatively, you can experiment with some typography plugins for WordPress, or if you’re brave enough, you can technically get into the source code and try to edit the template by hand.
At least that’s how things used to work pre “Elementor 2.0 age.”
As you may know, Elementor is already capable of helping you redesign your headers and footers. But that’s only the tip of the iceberg…