Post Preview Card is a Plugin that adds 2 beatiful widgets which previews posts in card shape. Perfect for Page Builders
|Author:||Fernando Anael Cabral (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.0.1|
|WordPress version tested:||4.8.0|
|Added to WordPress repository:||18-04-2017|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||1 301|
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After installing and activating the plugin make sure all the widgets were added, go to Post Preview Card > Widgets and if any widget widget you want is not checked, simply check and save.
Using a page builder, open a page and click to edit with the page builder of your choice, I'll be using Elementor in the screenshoot. You will see the widgets installed in the bottom of the page builder widget list
Choose the widget you want and then drag and drop it. After this you will see a form to edit the widget. Each widget have different options and more customizable options will be added in future versions so the screenshoot might be outdated
That's it! This is the final result of a Multiple Posts widget showing only the first 3 posts of the blog. When the plus button is clicked more 3 posts will be loaded, without refreshing the entire page, until it displays the total number of posts specified.
YOU MUST CHECK MANUALLY THE WIDGETS YOU WANT TO INSTALL IN: post-preview-card settings menu -> widget tab
- Upload the plugin files to the
/wp-content/plugins/Post-Preview-Carddirectory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
- And that’s it! Simple as that. You can now use the widgets with your page builder.
- Go to the Post Preview Card settings menu and make sure you have all the widgets installed.
How can I know the Post id?
This plugin adds the ID column in your “All Posts” section on the wordpress admin panel. You can deactivate this by going to the general settings page of the plugin.
Installed the plugin and no widget were added?
Go to the Post Preview Card settings and go to Widgets and check the widgets you want to be installed.
I want more layouts
We will be adding more layouts in the near future but if you want a personalized layout or even a personalized WP Template, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a developer and want to help
This plugin is mantained by me and myself, so every help is apreciated, I created some internal API for better creating and registering widgets for the plugin, there are some layout related API as well. So it’s very easy to grow this plugin. If you wish to help contact me
What are the next updates?
in priority order:
1. Bug fixes always come first
2. New Layouts
3. A shortcode for this plugin
First Released Version
- Multiple post widget added, faking a blog loop within page builders.
- Internal code was re-made, making it faster and easier to grow this plugin, that’s why a new version was released.
- Original Layout added, responsive layout.
- New customizable options added.
Bug fix: Fixed the bug that was preventing Elementor to properly preview the layout of the Post Preview Card in the live editing mode.
Install change: now when user first install plugin, all widgets come installed as default.