Post Masonry

This block provides options to showcase CPTs with masonry layout. It provides an option to select available post types – posts, pages, media or any CPT you have. It provides an option to select posts by category/tag and set order for them. It also offers predefined controls for every part of the post like Featured Image, Excerpt, Author etc.

Key Features –

  • Option to Choose Post type (posts, pages, media, CPT) to display
  • Taxonomy controls for category, tags
  • Order posts by title or date
  • Featured image position and size
  • Decide the total number of posts to show
  • Set columns for desktop and responsive devices
  • Show/ Hide post meta like Author, Date, Comment, Excerpt, Read More Link
  • Customization options for Read More Link
  • Color and Typography option for each part of the blog
  • Spacing options

Choose Post Type and set Taxonomy

Under the General tab, Post Type option allows choosing all available post types – posts, pages, media or any CPT you have. Taxonomy controls allow choosing posts according to categories or tags. Order by option allows ordering posts according to date or alphabetically dependent on the title.

Featured image position and size

Featured image can be displayed at the top or as a background for the post.

Decide the number of items and columns on responsive

Under the General tab, you get an option to select Number of items per page. You can also choose column number for desktop, tablet, and mobile

Show/ Hide post meta

Under the Content tab, the options are available to hide post meta settings like Author, Date, Comment, Excerpt, Read More Link.

Customization options for Read More Link

Totally customize the read more link on the post

Color and Typography options for each part of the post

Under the Colors tab, the options are available to change color for each part of the post. Font size settings are available under Typography tab.

Spacing options

Under the Spacing tab, you can control spacing for every part of the blog.

P.S. – For Custom Post Types make sure the show_in_rest parameter is set to true. For both, custom post type and custom taxonomies.