Use Gridster to manage your content with ease in a customizable grid.
You can adjust the behavior of this plugin by using following filters:
get_post_types()call for usable post_types by filtering
gridster_choose_from_custom_css_classes_for_widgetsfilter. The return of your applied function should be an array() like this
array( 'alignleft' => __('Align text from left'), 'alignright' => __('Align text from right'), where the array_keys are the CSS classes to apply and the values are the readable text for you or your editors.
gridster_overwrite_post_options_with_cap. By default "edit_theme_options" is used.
Or you can hook in your own functionality by using the following action hooks:
gridster_after_shortcode_render. Both action hooks come with three additional arguments you are able to work with, the
$widgets_htmlof the current gridster-post.
Have a look inside the plugin file to see, what variables you are able to use within your filter hooks.
<select>s more user-friendly