Displaying Phlox Recent Portfolios by Page Builder

Recent Portfolio Element is a good choice to present your portfolios on an archive page. If you are a photographer or a designer, you need to showcase an attractive portfolio on your website.
On Phlox theme, you can add portfolio elements to any page or post you want. In Elementor, Visual Composer, and SiteOrigin page builders, these elements include various options to customize. In this way, you can simply edit the style of your recent portfolios.

To know more about creating portfolios, please take a look at this article

Portfolios on Grid, Tile and Masonry Options in Elementor Page Builder

  1. Go to your WordPress Admin Panel
  2. Click the Pages on the Dashboard
  3. Click the Add New
  4. Navigate to the top left hand of the WordPress text-box and find Edit with Elementor button.
  5. Check out Elements
  6. Scroll down to PHLOX - PORTFOLIO section
  7. Choose Grid, Masonry, and Tiles Portfolios

After adding recent posts to your post or page, you are able to customize it by available options:

  • Layout

Layout

Grid and Masonry Portfolios

On Masonry and Grid Portfolios, you are able to change the number of columns (up to 6) on desktop, tablet, and mobile.

There are 9 available patterns on Tiles Portfolios instead of columns.

Tiles Portfolios You are able to enable these features:

  • Display title
  • Display categories
  • Display like button (Only on Masonry and Grid)
  • Deeplink
 

  • Content

Query

You are able to choose one or more than one Category for your recent posts, or even show the posts of all available categories. Also, you can select a specific category.

Number of posts to show is editable. Also, you are able to Exclude posts without media and custom post formats. If you exclude custom post formats, you are able to Exclude quote and link post formats.

You can Order posts by:

  • Date: Order the posts by their publication date
  • Menu Order: Order by page order
  • Title: Order by post title
  • ID: Order by post ID
  • Random: Your posts appear randomly
  • Comments: Order the posts by number of comments
  • Date Modified: Order by last modified date
  • Author: Order by the posts' author
  • Inserted post IDs: In the order you write post IDs on Include posts section

Post Order can be Descending or Ascending.

In Include/Exclude posts field, you can enter the the specific posts IDs that you want/do not want to show.

In Start offset field, you are able to set a number to choose the number of posts you want to skip, and start the output with the next posts.

 
  • Settings

Filters

On recent portfolios, you are able to show some items on top of the element. The Filter bar allows visitors to sort portfolio items easily. Portfolios can be filtered by Categories, Tags, or Filters.

To add this filter bar to your portfolio, you need to enable Display filters.

You are able to change the Filter Control Alignment to Left, Center, or Right.

There are 9 available Filter Button Style:
Slide up, Fill, Cube, Underline, Float Frame, Bordered, Float Underline, Dropdown

Transition

You can change the Transition duration on reveal/hide in milliseconds. Also, you are able to change Delay between reveal/hide.

Paginate

You can add pagination to your portfolio by enabling Paginate. Also, it is possible to change the number of items per page.

 

  • Style

Image

You can change Tiles hover type to: Classic with lightbox style 1 (for Grid and Masonry), Classic with lightbox style 2 (for Grid and Masonry). Overlay title style 1, Overlay title style 2, Overlay title with lightbox style 1, Overlay title with lightbox style 2

Title

You can change the Color, Typography, and Bottom space of the title on Normal or Hover.

Categories

Like previous options, you can change the Color, Typography, Bottom space, and Space between metas on Normal and Hover.

Check out this article to know more about Advanced tab and start working with Elementor.

To know more about each of the elements, you can take a look at these articles:Masonry and Grid Portfolios


Portfolios on Grid, Tile and Masonry Options in SiteOrigin Page Builder

To display Recent Portfolio Items:

  1. Go to your WordPress Admin Panel
  2. Click the Pages on the Dashboard
  3. Click the Add New
  4. Navigate to the top right hand of the WordPress editor and find Page Builder, beside text tab
  5. Click the Add Widget
  6. Click the Phlox and choose [Phlox] Recent Portfolio on Grid, Tile and Masonry
  7. Click the Edit on the right side of the widget on Page Builder

Title

Adding a title for your text element is optional.

Categories

You can select a specific category for choosing the recent posts from, or choose all available categories.

Number of Items to Show

Specify how many portfolio items do you need to display on this page.

Exclude Portfolios without Media

Enable this option, if you do not want to display portfolio items without image.

Order By

  • Date: Order the posts by their publication date
  • Menu Order: Order by page order
  • Title: Order by post title
  • ID: Order by post ID
  • Random: Your posts appear randomly
  • Comments: Order the posts by number of comments
  • Date Modified: Order by last modified date
  • Author: Order by the posts' author

The posts can be either descending or ascending.

Only Portfolios

To show only specific portfolios on portfolio page, you can insert their ID in this field.

Include and Exclude Portfolios

By writing the posts ID in Exclude and Include Portfolios fields, you are able to exclude and include portfolios from unspecified categories.

Start Offset

In this field, you can set the start point by writing the number of posts you want to skip.

Portfolio Layouts

There are three available layouts for your portfolio page: Grid, Masonry, Tiles

Click on each layout below, to find their demo:

Grid Layout

Tiles Layout

Masonry Layout

Grid Layout (Full-page)

Image Aspect Ratio

This option is available only on Grid Layout, and allows you to change the image aspect ratio to Horizontal, Vertical, and Square.

Portfolio Hover Type

Hover type hover preview
Classic There is no hover action.
Classic with Lightbox Style 1
Classic with Lightbox Style 2
Overlay Title Style 1
Overlay Title Style 2
Overlay Title with Lightbox Style 1
Overlay Title with Lightbox Style 2

Insert Portfolio Title

You can enable this option to show your portfolio title.

Insert Portfolio Meta

Enabling this option will show portfolio meta.

Show Filters

After enabling this option, three options will appear:

  • Filter by: You can filter the portfolio either with Categories or Tags.
  • Filter Control Alignment: This option lets you align the portfolio on Left, Center, Right.
  • Filter Button Style: Slide up, Fill, Cube, Underline, Float Frame, Bordered, Float Underline

Display Like Button

To display like button bottom-right corner of the posts, you need to install WP ULike plugin. For more information about recommended and required plugins in Phlox, check out this article.

Deeplink

Enable the deeplink feature to update URL, based on page and filter status.

You can specify the Deepling Slug on the address bar, after enabling Deeplink option

Paginate

You can add pagination to your portfolio page, and by enabling paginate, you are able to set Items Number per-page.

To know more about pagination skins, please check out this documentation

Space

This option adds some space between portfolio items.

Number of Columns

The number of columns is changeable and can be up to 6.

Number of Columns in Tablet and Phone Size

On tablet and mobile, the number of columns can be set as inherited from larger, that means the number of columns is equal to the chosen number of larger screen size. For example, if you enter 4 in the number of columns field, and choose inherited from larger in tablet and mobile, the number of columns will not change in the smaller screens. But if you change the number of columns in tablet to 2, and choose inherited from larger option for mobile, the number of columns in mobile will be 2, because it is inherited from the larger screen.

Extra class name

In this section, you are able to set a style for the widget. Write the style on your CSS file, then add the defined class name here.

Here you can find the common styles of widgets in Page Builder.

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