Support » Plugin: Seriously Simple Podcasting » Designing The Podcast Page

  • Resolved ThirstyJon

    (@thirstyjon)


    I am trying to figure out how to modify the podcast page on my site by using either a page builder (such as Elementor) or just the block editor.

    Seriously Simple Podcasting is creating a page at mysite.com/podcast

    Can I CHANGE that slug so that I can create another page with it and design it the way I want it?

    Also, is there a way to add the nice preview card (is that what you call it?) that the plugin puts on that page on a different page?

    I was looking through the documentation but couldn’t find anything like this.

    The podcast page is going to look out of place in my site design if I don’t modify the look and feel of the page.

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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  • Plugin Support Kelly T.

    (@keleigh824)

    Hi @thirstyjon,

    There is a way to modify the /podcast URL but it does require some customization so please make a backup of your site before moving forward.

    The following help article can assist with this: https://support.castos.com/hc/en-us/articles/360018867240-Modifying-podcast-URLs

    This will allow you to change /podcast to something else, perhaps /episode-archive, and then free up /podcast for you to use for your custom podcast page. 🙂

    Thread Starter ThirstyJon

    (@thirstyjon)

    Thank you @keleigh824 !

    I’m not sure why I didn’t find that when I was searching, but that looks like the answer I was seeking.

    Plus, I am now learning about “hooks” and the version of Kadence theme that I am using, and apparently I can actually edit archive pages that way.

    My podcast is live now with Seriously Simple Podcasting and I’m excited for the journey ahead. 🙂

    Thread Starter ThirstyJon

    (@thirstyjon)

    @keleigh824

    Follow up:

    Is there a way to add the nice preview card (is that what you call it?) that the plugin puts on the archive page on a different page? As a block or widget or otherwise?

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