Posts Grid

Posts Grid Element

You can easily add Posts Grid elements to any page you create. Click on Add element and select the Posts Grid Element from the Pop-up window. There is no limit to the number of Posts Grid element you can add on a page.

Posts Grid Options

Posts grid can have a couple of settings you can use to make the Posts Grid element suitable for what you need.

  1. You can select the number of posts to show
  2. Select the Style of the Posts Grid – there are 2 styles available
  3. For Style 1 you can select the number of columns to use for your posts – 3,4 or 5
  4. You can enable or disable the Post Title, Post Thumbnail, Date, Excerpt and the Continue Reading link
  5. You can filter posts – select only specific posts and select specific categories
  6. You can also choose the Posts Ordering – ascending or descending by date.
  7. You can also add a CSS Animation for the Posts Grid element

Posts Grid Style 1 - examples

Here are some Posts Grid elements using the Style 1 option.
Child Custody – Why You Don’t Want the Judge to Decide
When parents can’t agree on child custody and visitation, their first instinct is to “take the other parent to court.” Many parents seem to think...

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Your Child Cares More About Their Dad Than Child Support
If your children had a choice–to receive child support or spend lots of quality time with daddy and building a relationship with him–I’m pretty certain,...

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How to Bring Your New Significant Other Into The Picture
When parents are not in a romantic relationship with each other, it’s inevitable that one or both of them will eventually move on and start...

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Child Custody – Why You Don’t Want the Judge to Decide
When parents can’t agree on child custody and visitation, their first instinct is to “take the other parent to court.” Many parents seem to think...
Your Child Cares More About Their Dad Than Child Support
If your children had a choice–to receive child support or spend lots of quality time with daddy and building a relationship with him–I’m pretty certain,...
How to Bring Your New Significant Other Into The Picture
When parents are not in a romantic relationship with each other, it’s inevitable that one or both of them will eventually move on and start...
3 Tips to Picking Your Co-Parenting Battles Wisely
We often want to win, just for the sake of winning. I think it’s a natural human tendency. But at what cost? — Have you ever...

Posts Grid Style 2 - examples

Here are some Posts Grid elements using the Style 2 option.
Child Custody – Why You Don’t Want the Judge to Decide
Child Custody – Why You Don’t Want the Judge to Decide
February 24, 2016

When parents can’t agree on child custody and visitation, their first instinct is...

Continue reading →

Your Child Cares More About Their Dad Than Child Support
Your Child Cares More About Their Dad Than Child Support
January 1, 2016

If your children had a choice–to receive child support or spend lots of...

Continue reading →

How to Bring Your New Significant Other Into The Picture
How to Bring Your New Significant Other Into The Picture
October 11, 2015

When parents are not in a romantic relationship with each other, it’s inevitable...

Continue reading →

Why it’s so Important to Know and Watch who you Allow Around Your Child
Why it’s so Important to Know and Watch who you Allow Around Your Child
June 3, 2014

Far too often, innocent children are abused and/or intentionally killed by those they...

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Can I sign Over my Parental rights?
Can I sign Over my Parental rights?
June 3, 2014

One of the most frequently asked questions received from parents relates to whether...

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Is the “Crazy Baby Mama” REALLY Crazy?.
Is the “Crazy Baby Mama” REALLY Crazy?.
May 29, 2014

As you know, getting to know someone new is a process.  Whether for...

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Deadbeat Moms

  Naturally, when someone refers to a deadbeat parent, it’s automatically presumed to...

Is the “Crazy Baby Mama” REALLY Crazy?.

As you know, getting to know someone new is a process.  Whether for...

What is a “Deadbeat” Parent?

On a daily basis, I hear so much talk about one of America’s...

What Happens if you Don’t pay Child Support?

When a child is born, both parents have a legal duty to support...

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