With JetEngine and JetThemeCore plugins you can create an archive template even for the custom taxonomy. So that you’ll have an opportunity to style posts dedicated to each taxonomy and specific terms of this taxonomy.
Creating a listing template for an archive
All you need for this purpose is custom taxonomy that has been created with the help of JetEngine.
Step 1 — The first thing you should do is to create a listing template for the taxonomy. Go to JetEngine > Listings and click Add New button.
Step 2 — In the popup window select Terms in the Listing source field.
Step 3 — Then, choose a taxonomy for which you need to create an archive. In my case, it is Topic.
Step 4 — After that, type in listing name and click Create Listing Item button.
Step 5 — Now, in Elementor you should drag and drop Listing Elements widgets in order to create a template for the taxonomy you’ve chosen.
In my case, I need to display the term name, its description, and an image. So I drop Dynamic Field widget and in the Object Field block select Term name and Term description.
Also, I drag Dynamic Field widget once again or duplicate the previous section and select Meta Data in the Source field. Then, select the needed Meta Field. In my case, it is Image.
Take into consideration that in order the image can be displayed, you should enable Filter field output option. Then, select Get image by ID option from the Callback dropdown. And finally, paste the ID of the image, which you entered while creating this meta box.
Step 6 — Finally, click the Publish button and go back to the Dashboard.
Creating an archive template for the taxonomy
Step 1 — Go to the JetThemeCore library, click the Archive tab and click Add New button.
Step 2 — Then, set the name of the template and click Create Template button.
Step 3 — Now, in Elementor drag and drop Listing Grid widget and in the Listing field select the listing you’ve just created.
Step 4 — Choose the number of columns and enable Use as Archive Template button.
As you can see, the posts are displayed according to the listing template.
Step 5 — After this, you should set the conditions in order the archive could be applied to the particular taxonomy.
Navigate to the Settings > Conditions block. In General field select Archive, as we want to create an Archive template.
Step 6 — In the Archive field select Custom Taxonomy Archive option. And, in the Taxonomy field select the essential taxonomy for which you want to create the template.
Step 7 — Also, you can specify to which concrete terms you need to apply this archive template. For instance, you have a have a custom called Topic and different subcategories. And you need to apply this template to the category called Nature. So, you should type in Nature in the Select Terms field. Click the Publish button.
Step 8 — Now, switch to the Preview block and set the post type to which dedicated the taxonomy.
And don’t forget to reload the page after appling Preview settings.
Step 9 — After all customizations are completed, save the changes and view your archive page.
Hoping this helps you to create the archive template for the custom taxonomy.