Filterable Grid for Divi
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Filterable Grid for Divi – The Portfolio Module Elegant Themes should have made
Filterable Grid for Divi is the perfect solution if you want to display a filterable portfolio without the need to use Divis build in Project post type.
What does Filterable Grid for Divi do?
Have you used the (filterable) Portfolio module in the past? Thats how Filterable Grid for Divi looks right out of the box. But thats just the very basics. Unlike the Filterable Portfolio, Filterable Grid for Divi does not force you to use the Project post type to back the grid. Filterable Grid for Divi allows you to generate grid items from any post type you want.
And thats not all, you can also add grid items manually or even mix manually created grid items and generated grid items in the same grid. Generated grid items don’t have to come from the same post type. You can mix them as you desire.
What about the settings?
Filterable Grid for Divi solves all these little problems the Filterable Portfolio has, the lack of settings above all. There is a setting for nearly everything and if you really find that a setting is missing, just contact us and we will implement it for you – promised!
But besides all the switches, sliders, pickers and drop downs, there is even more. Custom CSS fields allow you to target each piece of the module and most of the settings can be set globally on the module level and get overwritten on a per item level.
There are dozens of settings you can use to change the way the module behaves and looks. You can for example fully style the filter buttons and of course style the grid items – globally or independently.
You can show or hide the filters so there is no need for a second module and filters can be generated automatically from the configured grid items or you can decide manually which filter buttons to display in which order.
Another great feature is the ability to sort items manually, alphabetically or randomly – either globally on the module level or for each (generated post type) grid item separately. And this is just the beginning. There are so many settings. Check out the demo page and the documentation to learn more about the endless possibilities of Filterable Grid for Divi.
Do you need Help?
If you find yourself lost and need help, please use check out the FAQ on the Demo page. If your question is not answered, please use the contact form on the Demo page (at the bottom of the page). Elegant Marketplace is just the platform and they will probably not be able to help you with specific questions related to this plugin.
- Added scrolling to grid when linking directly to it and simultaneously selecting a filter
- Fixed issues with lightbox and video playback in case the url linked directly to a grid
- Fixed image height slider in Visual builder
- Thumbnail size will now also be applied to images of static items if the image is hosted on the WordPress installation
- Lightbox will now always use the full size version of the image
- Fixed issue where filter in some situations could become invisible on iOS due to a bug in webkit
- Fixed issue when generating items from single posts
- Added text settings for Grid Item Text, Post Meta and Term Links (on generated items) on module and grid item level
- Re-structured advanced settings
- Various Bugfixes
- Added option to set custom image title on manual created grid items
- Added option to use post title or featured image title as image title on generated grid items
- Generated grid items now use featured image alt text for the grid item image alt text
- Fixed issue with date sorting when using certain WordPress configurations
- Added post meta setting
- Fixed hover icon
- Term Link Color now also affects the comma between terms
- Implemented module width setting
- Implemented pagination style settings
- Implemented new Divi heading level selector to select heading level for Grid Item Title
- Fixed issue where a dot in a category name would cause filtering to fail
- Option so sort items by "menu order" to make sort order compatible to 3rd party post sorting plugins
- Structural improvements for the generated HTML
- Setting to choose default filter
- Setting to hide "all" filter
- Changes in how the Theme Customizer is used and fix for issue where it broke Theme Customizer usage
- Font Settings for Grid Item Title
- Setting in Theme Customizer to enable/disable usage of non-hierarchical taxonimies (e. g. Tags of Blog Posts)
- Setting in Grid Item to show/hide posts
- Settings to enable/disable paging and to choose page size
- Fixed issue where post text and post terms appeared on the same line
- Fixed issue where the plugin caused errors in the Theme Customizer when using the Extra theme
- Implemented global color settings for overlay via Theme Customizer for Divi and Extra
- Various small improvements under the hood
- Re-added CSS class for Grid Item Image to fix usage of image height slider
- Added CSS to make it easier to identify the module in the module list
- Fixed bug where lightbox usage caused messed up html
- Fixed bug where Divi prevented lightbox usage after filtering
- Added setting to choose color for term links
- Fixed issue where term links would always open in same tab (now uses the configured setting)
- Improved page speed by only enqueuing CSS and JS on pages where Filterable Grid module is used
- Added setting to choose grid item animation
- Fixed issue where IE and Edge browsers would not keep image aspect ratio
- Added option to sort all items by publishing date
- Added option to choose term link color
- Added support for Video posts (grid item will show video as thumbnail)
- Improved CSS to fix some issues with IE and Edge browsers
- Fixed a bug where additional filters were added when a post had more than 1 term
- Added a setting to hide terms (on grid items) which are not part of the filters
- Fixed issue with some special characters when used in filters
- Fixed issue with some 3rd party post types
- Fixed some typos
- Fixed issue where new settings were not showing after a manual update
- Fixed issue with unequal item width when using certain settings
- Fixed multiple cross browser CSS issues
- Implemented new updating mechanism
- Added setting to chose in which order (ascending/descending) to sort posts
- Added setting to exclude posts when generating grid items
- Added setting to generate grid items from post ids when not choosing a post type and term
- Added setting to limit the amount of grid items when generating grid items from posts
- Added setting to offset posts when generating grid items
- Added setting to open the image (or feature image of the post) of a grid item in a lightbox instead of opening the url (or post)
- Added CSS fields for post title
- Added module customizer settings for overlay color and overlay icon color
- Fixed issue where color overlay would sometimes not cover the whole image
- Fixed issue where only 10 posts were generated per grid items
- Fixed issue with post title showing on grid item even when deactivated
- Fixed issue with missing border for normal filter style
- Added some missing descriptions, improved existing ones and fixed typos
- Improved grouping and order of settings
- Generation of grid items from any post type with hierarchical taxonomy (e. g. blog posts or projects)
- Setting for optional different vertical spacing of grid items
- Setting to generate filters from grid items or create filters manually
- Setting to disable flexible text
- Setting to select text alignment
- Setting to add custom CSS class to grid items on module level (add CSS class to all items)
- Enabled per device settings (desktop, tablet, phone) for all margin and padding fields
- Setting to add border to grid items on module level (add border to all items)
- Setting to sort grid items globally (manually, alphabetically by title, randomly)
- Setting to sort generated grid items (manually, alphabetically by post title, randomly)
- Setting to display colored overlay and icon on hover on module level
- Setting to display colored overlay and icon on hover on grid item level
- Adjusted field descriptions here and there
- Changed grouping of settings here and there
- Some overall improvements and bug fixes
- Initial Release
Checkout the documentation first and if you still need help open a support ticket.View Docs
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