How to use Jupiter in Blog Posts

This tutorial will give detailed information on how to use Jupiter in blog post.

Set Screen Options

This have options to configure the view of that particular post/page in your admin area. It usually contains check boxes to show and hide different sections of an admin screen. To activate the Jupiter Options in the post/page. see figure below.

Activate the following options:

1. Set Jupiter Page Options

Use the Jupiter Page Options metabox to fine tune your blog post page related options. For more detailed information about each option inside Jupiter Page Options please click here.

2. Set Jupiter Post Options

Use this set of options to set post related characteristics of the blog post.

Available options are:

  1. Single Post Style
  2. Post Format
  3. Classic Loops Style Orientation
  4. Featured Image
  5. Meta Section
  6. Tags
  7. Related Posts
  8. About Author Box
  9. Author Email

2.1. Single Post Style

Use this option to set the overal style of the single blog post. Options are:

  • Deafult (Set in Theme Options)
  • Traditional and Compact
  • Clear and Bold

2.2. Post Format

Use this option to set the type of your blog post. Options are:

  • Select Options (Default blog post)
  • Image
  • Video
  • Audio
  • Portfolio
  • Blockqoute
  • Twitter
  • Instagram

2.3. Classic Loops Style Orientation

If you set the post type to Image, this option will be available. Use this option to set the layout of blog loop. This option only applies to Classic style. Options are:

  • Landscape
  • Portrait

2.4. Featured Image

Using this option will enable/disable post featured image, video, audio and gallery.

2.5 Meta Section

Using this option show details about the blog post in front end. Including the category, publish date, author, etc.

2.6 Tags

Using this option if you want to show tags in your blog post. You can set tags for the blog post using Tag metabox of post editing screen.

2.7 Related Posts

Enable this option if you want to show Related Posts section at the bottom section of blog post in front end. Related Posts are picked automatically from posts sharing the same category as the current post.

2.8 About Author Box

Using this option to add a box at the bottom of the blog post on the front end, which will show information about the author of the current blog post.

2.9 Author Email

Using this option you can turn on/off author email in about author box.


Enable this option if you want to show a comments section for this blog post.

3. Set Jupiter Widget Options

Use this set of options to organize the Widgets you want to use for this blog post. For more detailed information about Jupiter Widget Options, please click here.

4. Set Jupiter Styling Options

Use Jupiter Styling Options to override global settings for this blog post. Global settings are options which you set in Theme Options. For more detailed information about options available in this section, click here.