need author details below the article

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    This theme is good and gave me a really good looking website – somewhat i wanted it to be!

    one thing i want is to display my author details below the article but having date and stuff on the top like it is. could you please help me with this asap – i plan to launch my blog tonight and need this to be fixed before that!

    thanks a lot in advance

    The blog I need help with is


    Theme Author

    Hi Richie,

    I’m not totally sure what you mean by “display my author details below the article but having date and stuff on the top like it is.”

    Are you talking about the single article pages, like this? What other details would you want to display below the article?



    hi Leland,

    i mean the photo and name along with gravatar should be below the article while the date should be on the top.
    at the moment in the preview of the article looks on the left side of the article and it looks bit off!


    Theme Author

    Hi Richie,

    That’s how the theme was designed. :)

    It’s going to be tricky to separate the author and the post info to above and below the post, since they are currently grouped together above the post in the markup. You can see how this works if you narrow the browser window to a “mobile” width.

    There is a good chance this won’t be possible, but I’ll see what I can do to figure something out and update this thread either way.



    hmmm… that would be really helpful as it looks bit off the place even in the mobile look. will await for a solution from you!

    thanks and regards,


    Theme Author

    Okay, I spent some time trying to figure something out for this. Unfortunately, I don’t have an ideal solution for you.

    Like I suspected, I determined that since the author and date are grouped together, it’s practically impossible to separate them to be above and below the post content.

    However, in my testing, I did write a little bit of Custom CSS to display the author/date group to be below the post content, and widened the content to be full width.

    I’ll paste it below in case you want to try it out and see if it is useful to you:

    .single .entry-wrap {
      display: flex;
      flex-direction: column;
    body.single .entry-meta,
    body.single .entry-content {
      float: none;
      width: 100%;
    .single .entry-content {
      order: -1;

    I hope this is helpful but like I said, I’m afraid this is the best I can do in this situation.

    Best regards,

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