How to Add ”Author Info” at the End of Blog Posts?

The endorse­ment is high­ly impor­tant from a bunch of rea­sons. In your par­tic­u­lar case, it may be the sce­nario where you want to let peo­ple know that there’s only one per­son that man­ages all the great con­tent. This way you cre­ate a con­sis­tent expe­ri­ence, and you facil­i­tate an hon­est dig­i­tal dia­logue.

Introduce Yourself in Style

If you want to give a per­son­al touch to your blog, you can sim­ply do that by dis­play­ing a box at the end of each arti­cle you share with the world. This way you can share some details like a short descrip­tion, an avatar and a link to all arti­cles.

In case you plan to run a mul­ti-author blog, or you’re look­ing after invit­ing guest writ­ers, it becomes even more impor­tant because you can dis­play links to the authors’ web­sites.

In Word­Press, this func­tion is ful­ly sup­port­ed, and our theme makes no excep­tion. All you have to do is to edit the user’s pro­file. Log into your Dash­board, go to Users (screen­shot). and edit the details. As for the avatar, then you should know that every author should have their own (cre­at­ed on

This article applies to Felt, and Julia as they share the same underlying structure.

Updated on November 30, 2017

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