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Isotope: WordPress Posts Particle

Your Guide to Recreating Elements of the Isotope Demo for WordPress


Introduction

The WordPress Posts particle (Also known as contentarray) gives you the ability to directly list and pull in WordPress posts directly from the CMS and present them in a clean, organized way. It's important to note this does not take the place of the Page Content particle which essentially displays any article content assigned to the page. This is a controlled, organized particle perfect for showcasing content.

Main Options

The particle's settings panel enables you to set exactly what content appears in the particle, and how it's presented. We have provided descriptions to the available options below.

Option Description
Categories Select the categories posts that appear in this particle should be sourced from.
Sticky Posts Sets whether you should hide or show sticky posts in the particle.
Number of Posts Select the maximum number of posts to display.
Number of Columns Select the number of columns you wish to have the posts displayed in.
Start From Enter offset specifying the first article to return. The default is '0' (the first article).
Order By Select how the posts should be ordered. This includes Publish, Create, and Last Modified dates, Title, Ordering, Hits, ID, and Alias.
Ordering Direction Choose the direction ordered posts are displayed. You can choose: Ascending or Descending.
CSS Classes Enter any CSS classes you want to apply to the particle.
Tag Attributes Enables you to apply extra tag attributes to the particle.

Option Description
Image Select to Show or Hide the article's image in the particle.
Title Select to Show or Hide the article's title in the particle.
Title Limit Enter the maximum number of characters in the title to display in the particle.
Date Select which date (if any) to show in the particle. You can choose: Hide, Created, Last Modified, and Published.
Date Format Select the format by which you want the date to appear.

Option Description
Read More Select to Show or Hide the read more link in the particle.
Read More Label Enter the text you want to appear as the read more link.
Button CSS Classes Enter any CSS classes you want to apply to the read more button.

Option Description
Author Select to Show or Hide the article's author in the particle.
Categories Select to Show or Hide the article's category in the particle.
Comments Select to Show or Hide the article's comments in the particle.
Content Type Choose between standard Content, an Excerpt, or to Hide post content in the particle.
Content Limit Sets the limit (in characters) of the content displayed in the particle.
Content Formatting Choose between Plain Text and HTML content formatting.

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