• Resolved zoddshop63

    (@zoddshop63)


    My default Blog page provided by my theme is terrible so I wanted to use postx to turn it into a grid format. But I cannot figure out how to use postx on my blog page. I want all blog posts on the entire site with pagination in grid format.

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  • Tonmoy

    (@azimkhan123)

    Hi @zoddshop63 ,

    Thank you for reaching us. If you want to replace a specific posts page that’s not possible but you can make it work in a different way. First, you need to deselect the posts page from there.

    After that, Create a blank page and name it blog page. Now, Go to Singular template > Create a template and add condition Pages > Blog page and then Go to Appearance > Menus, Select the Current Menu of Your Site & Add Blog Page to Menu. You can read this blog post: Blog

    Hope that helps.

    Thread Starter zoddshop63

    (@zoddshop63)

    I tried this but the max posts it will show are 100. How can I show ALL the blogs no matter how many thousands I have?

    Also I thought there are options to replace things like search result page, archive page, category page, etc…

    Tonmoy

    (@azimkhan123)

    Hi @zoddshop63 ,

    If you want to show unlimited posts, Go to Block setting > Query Builder > Number of posts > -1. See here: Image. That should give you the desired output.

    For your second query, Yes you can build Search result, archive page, category, page, Tag page, Homepage, Singular page/ Post, Author Page with the help of our Site builder.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by Tonmoy.
    Thread Starter zoddshop63

    (@zoddshop63)

    Sorry one last question. Setting -1 will show all the posts one one page which is too much. How can I set it to max out and 30 then they can use the pagination to go to the next 30.

    Thread Starter zoddshop63

    (@zoddshop63)

    i got it. i had to choose the right block and then set the number of posts and add pagination.

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