There may be a time when you want to add something to the end of every post so the visitor sees the same thing when viewing each individual post. I’ve seen people add social sharing buttons, a subscription form, an image, an about the author section or just some extra text.
You could do this with hooks but you can also do this with the Visual Editor and that is the method we are going to talk about today.
Edit the Appropriate Layout
Depending on your setup, you’ll do this on the Single layout or the Single > Post layout. Which layout you edit depends entirely on your current setup / inheritance structure. If you have specific questions about that, please post a comment.
This method requires two content blocks and a block in the middle. So first, create the layout you want as desired with a content block set to default mode. After that content block, draw another block underneath of that. Then, draw another content block underneath of that.
The middle block
Add what you want to display after every post in this block. Which block you should choose depends on what you want to display.
An image – You can choose the image block, the text block or even the custom code block
Social sharing buttons or a subscribe form – I’d use a custom code block.
Settings for the first content block
In the block options for the first content block, go to the display tab and choose “Always Hide Comments” for comment visibility.
Settings for the second content block
In the block options for the second content block, go to the display tab options and uncheck “Show Entry”.
And with that, you’re done!