You can choose the perfect author box from a bunch of layouts and adjust it to your needs. Pick the one that best fits in your site and make it look beautiful by customizing colors, borders, shadows, fonts sizes, icon styles, default images, strings and much more.
Check out some examples below… but do remember these are just some of the endless designs you can configure!
The layout of the box controls how author profile and related entries are shown within the box. There are three different layouts: slim, tabbed and stacked.
Author profile templates
Now, let’s focus on how the author profile information (author name, author meta, bio and picture) can be displayed. You have 8 different options. Let’s take the slim box layout for illustrative purposes, but keep in mind that you can also change the profile template with any box layout.
Related entries templates
OK, we have seen different box layouts and different ways to show author profile information. But hey, you might be sitting there wondering whether there are different ways to display related entries. Right? Sure there are! How not? Here you have 3 different options. In this case, let’s take the stacked box layout and the template number 1 to display author profile, just for illustrative purposes. Again, do remember that you can also change the related entries layout with any box layout and profile template.
OK, so far we have seen different ways in which information within the author box can be laid out. Let’s see now some examples of how can that information can be styled and customized to our liking.
Customized font size, color and stlye
Custom meta dividers to choose from
Social icons styles
As many social media networks as you wish
String customization and translation
Author box headline
about the author
Enhancing author box functionality
Well, well… this is all amazing! But, wait. What if you need to add some third plugin functionality into the author box? Would that be even possible?? Of course it is! Molongui Authorship Premium is capable of (almost) anything you can imagine. The example below uses a shortcode from well-known Contact Form 7 plugin to add a “Say thanks!” feature to the author box. Awesome, right? :-)