The Blog Archive pages are automatically generated from the Categories, Tags, and other meta information that you enter into your individual blog posts. When you are viewing a blog post on the front end, and click on a Category or Tag (if the meta info is being displayed), you will be taken to a Blog Archive page, filtered to that Category or Tag.
The page content is not edited directly but is styled and configured via either a Layout section for Blog archives, or using the Global General Blog Options, found in the Global Options at Avada > General Blog. Please see the Blog Global Options doc for more details on what can be configured here.
Using a Layout for Blog Archives gives you the most flexibility and freedom of layout and there is a range of Elements specifically for Archives. See the video on How To Build A Custom Archives Layout for specific instructions on how to do this.
The items shown on the Archive pages pull their information from the individual blog posts, including their Featured Image, Category, Tags, etc, so even if you are not displaying this information through the Blog Element, or on the Single Blog Posts, it’s important it’s entered if you want the archives to be optimally organized and presented.
In the image below, you can see the categories and tags that have been added for this blog post on the Forum Demo, and displayed through the Blog Element. If you click on one of these categories or tags, you will be taken to an archive page, filtered to that category or tag.
In the image below, I have clicked on the Photography category, and here we can see we have been taken to the filtered archive page for that category, as seen in the URL. The layout for these pages, as mentioned previously, is controlled in the Avada > Options > Blog > General Blog tab, where you can choose from the various layouts and affect the display fo the page in many ways.