Add beautiful, fully customizable post tiles or tiled galleries anywhere on your WordPress site easily with WP Tiles.
WP Tiles is a WordPress plugin that allows anyone to create beautiful tiled layouts for their website.
With WP Tiles you can:
To experience for yourself how easy it is to create grids with WP Tiles, checkout the grid designer on our website.
Displaying Posts: The simplest way of using WP Tiles is by placing the
[wp-tiles] shortcode somewhere on any of your pages or posts. Just add [wp-tiles] to your post to view the default tiles. However, WP Tiles is extremely flexible, allowing you to specify what content you want to display on your tiles, whether to display background images or skip posts that have no featured image, and much much more.
Create a tiled gallery: You can use WP Tiles to replace your default WordPress
[gallery] shortcode. Simply create a gallery and select the grid you want to use, and you are good to go. Images can link to the attachment page, the image file, or be opened using a Thickbox, or with JetPack's Carousel (or the Gallery Carousel without JetPack plugin!).
Update: We recently released our free Twenty Fourteen child theme for WP Tiles. Check it out here.
Pagination using the shortcode The shortcode can be automatically paginated. The plugin includes AJAX pagination (without page reload), previous/next page navigation and page number navigation.
Grid Builder and Tile Designer The admin interface comes with a live editor for grid templates, so you can immediately see what grid templates look like. Tiles and bylines also come with a collection of hover effects and a list of adjustable properties that you can edit and preview immediately in the Tile Designer.
Completely custom bylines The bylines are now generated using a custom template, the mark up and content of which you can control entirely. You could even start showing complete posts on tiles if you want to!
For complete documentation, check out the website at wp-tiles.com.
If you want to help develop this plugin, visit the GitHub repo.
Requires: 3.4.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.1.1
Last Updated: 2015-2-24
Active Installs: 3,000+
60 of 65 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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