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  • Resolved corvusmile

    (@corvusmile)


    May be you discontinued the portfolio option in your free version which you showed in your site. I found no widget like that after installing it. You’d let the people know about it.

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  • Plugin Author livemesh

    (@livemesh)

    We haven’t discontinued the portfolio widget in the free version. It is renamed as Livemesh Grid widget since you can now use the same widget for pretty much any custom post types and not just portfolio. The name portfolio was misleading and hence the name change.

    Pls let me know if you have difficulty finding/using the widget.

    Thread Starter corvusmile

    (@corvusmile)

    Thanks.
    Sorry for the misunderstanding.
    This is working so perfectly, even more than any paid plugin.
    One more thing to ask,
    I can’t load all the post in one page. I have to place a number, otherwise it showed only 10 posts. Is there any option to show all the posts in one page (whatever the number) or any option to show the posts by pagination, so that user can go page to page to load the posts?

    Plugin Author livemesh

    (@livemesh)

    Glad you find the widget useful.

    In the ‘Build Posts Query’ window, you can set the value of Posts Per Page to a large number (or use value -1 which should display all posts) so that all posts or custom post types are shown in the page.

    The pagination and lazy load options are available only in the premium version of the plugin.

    If you find posts too many in a page when using the free version, you can always display a More button at the bottom and redirect the users to a blog page or category pages. You can also have multiple pages that display different categories of posts or custom post types.

    Thread Starter corvusmile

    (@corvusmile)

    Thanks for the info.
    You’d add this info in the plugin where we need to place the number. Beside that fild you can write (or show) “use value -1 which should display all posts”. It’ll help all, even those who won’t try to ask this question here in support.

    Plugin Author livemesh

    (@livemesh)

    Will do – thanks for the feedback. This also involves some knowledge of WordPress query arguments – you can find the link to the same in the ‘Build Query Posts’ window.

    https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/functions/query_posts/

    https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/classes/wp_query/

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