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  • Resolved invisibleyellow


    I have looked at a few of the existing support request for implementing Isotope JS filtering and WordPress but most posts are over 3 years old. I’m wondering if there are any more up-to-date/better ways of implementing the Isotope JS functionality into WordPress (ideally a simple plugin without any extra coding would be best). The JS script I am talking about is found here:

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  • Phil Johnston


    Hey there,

    Try checking out the “PostGrid” WordPress plugin which has Isotope Filtering built-in.

    The basic premise is that the plugin outputs a grid of WordPress posts using a base category. Above the grid it displays a list of categories/tags which allow you to filter using Isotope (without needing to code anything).

    For example, if you were setting up a “blog” page, you would put all of your blog posts into a category called “Blog”. Then, you would also put each post in other categories based on their topics (e.g.: “Travel”, “Cooking”, “Random Thoughts”.)

    You then set the grid to show your “Blog” category and the grid would automatically show the other categories as Isotope Filter Options.

    For full setup instructions visit this link:

    How To Make A PostGrid



    This looks great! Thank you!

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