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Select Loop to configure your Dyggrid to use the current WordPress query that is behind the page that is loading.  In WordPress lingo, this query is called “the loop”.

This is a powerful option if you add your Dyggrid to any archive page template.  For example, adding this to your post category archive page will produce a grid that automatically contains all the posts in the category of the archive page that is being visited.

In a standard WordPress installation, editing archive pages requires the skills of a WordPress developer.

If you are not technical, we recommend installing the outstanding Divi theme from Elegant Themes.  Divi includes a “Theme Builder” that allows you to customize the WordPress archive pages using the same WYSIWIG interface it provides for posts and page.  Divi is an extremely versatile tool that can be used to build any type of website for any purpose.  The company behind Dyggrid use Divi exclusively with all our client websites.

If using Divi, you simply add your Dyggrid shortcode to a “text” or “code” module.  You can them modify the font styles of your Dyggrid using Divi’s easy to use module settings.