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Use Gridster to manage your content with ease in a customizable grid.

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    Create a new Gridster by dragging your content from the Lists of your posttypes left to the workbench on the right. (with WordPress 3.5.1)

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    Move the Gridster-Widgets around via drag & drop. Underlying Widgets are re-layoutet on the fly. (with WordPress 3.5.1)

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    Resize the Gridster-Widgets and get updated Images directly inside the workbench. The Plugin looks for the best fitting size according to your defined Thumbnail-Image-Sizes. (with WordPress 3.5.1)

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    After adding a new Gridster-Widget it is pre-populated with Title and Excerpt of the fetched post. Now you are able to inline edit theese texts, without the need to modify the original post. (with WordPress 3.5.1)

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    You have two different types of inline-editors: input-fields and textareas. Define the editable content blocks by customizing the Gridster-Widget Templates within your Theme. (with WordPress 3.5.1)

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    A list of all Gridster posts, also showing the Shortcodes. (with WordPress 3.5.1)

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    An embeded Shortcode inside the Editor is replaced by visual placeholder, to keep things easy for your editors. No need to write (short-)code. Besides it's possible to update, edit and delete the shortcode via icons, formerly known from the [gallery]-shortcode. (with WordPress 3.5.1)

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    Style Selector with custom CSS classes, populated by the gridster_choose_from_custom_css_classes_for_widgets filter. And the frontend output with our custom classes appended to the WordPress post_class array. (with WordPress 3.5.1)

Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6.1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Active Installs: 300+


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