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Responsive Posts Widget

Description

Responsive Posts Widget is advanced version of the WordPress Recent Responsive Posts widget allowing increased customization to display recent posts from category,Order by,time limit you define.
Output will depend on your settings, and you may define to set post title,post title url, post date, featured image ,post excerpt and read more,post author,post comments.
If you set to display title, than you will be able to define how many characters to print.
If you set to display featured image, than you will be able to define image width and height in px.
If you set to display excerpt, than you will be able to define how many characters to print and also you may add custom read more text.

  • You can create custom titles
  • You can create titles url
  • You can create titles & content limit
  • You can set how many posts you wish to display
  • You can select any category
  • You can choose from predefined image sizes,or set custom width and height
  • You can choose to define the featured image
  • You can run as many instances of the widget that you want to!
  • You can order your posts randomly
  • You can order your posts time

Easy to configure CSS
You can check demo on following pages.
http://plugin.bdwebteam.com/responsive-posts-widget/

Credits

  • Author URI: http://bdwebteam.com
  • Support Email: m.manik01@gmail.com

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Implement

  1. Go to the wp admin Widget page.
  2. Drag and drop “Responsive Posts Widget” into active sidebar.

Screenshots

  • Post display.

Installation

Install and Activate

  1. Unzip the downloaded responsive-posts-widget zip file
  2. Upload the responsive-posts-widget
    folder and its contents into thewp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation
  3. Activate responsive-posts-widget from Plugins page

FAQ

Q : How can I add a list of posts widget to my sidebar? A :
Go to the Appearance -> Widgets -> Choose a “Posts Widget”
and drag it to the sidebar where you wish it to appear.

You can check demo on following pages.

http://plugin.bdwebteam.com/responsive-posts-widget/

Contributors & Developers

“Responsive Posts Widget” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors