Use the Content Source Panel to tell Dyggrid where in Wordpress to get data to populate your grid. The most common setting is ‘Post Type’ with post type set to ‘post’.
The load more settings control how pages of additional posts are loaded into a Dyggrid, the two options being by a button that requires a manual click, or automatically. In both cases additional pages of content are loaded using AJAX. This avoids the need for a page navigation that would slow down the process and […]
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 […]
Select Media Library to build a Dyggrid using the contents of the WordPress Media Library. This is a great option for building dynamic image galleries based on a set of terms with the option to add a slideshow in a popup lightbox. Fields Taxonomy Filter Settings Configure the next 3 fields to filter your post […]
You will not always want every item in your query source to load into your Dyggrid at one time. Attempting to built a Dyggrid with thousands of items on a larger WordPress website could result in slow page loading and excessive load on your server. The number of posts settings allow you to configure the […]
Select post type to populate your Dyggrid with information from WordPress post types. WordPress only has two default post types called “post” and “page”, however custom post types can also be used. The easiest way to add additional post types is with the Custom Post Types UI plugin. Fields Post type Drop down this field for […]
Use the sort order fields to configure the sort order of your Dygrid. Fields Order by Drop down this field for a list of available sort fields on which to base the search. Meta key A meta key is only required if you want to search Dygrid based on the value of a custom field. […]
Select Taxonomy to build a Dyggrid with the terms of a taxonomy. For example, if you have terms in your “categories” taxonomy for news, blog and latest, your Dyggrid would contain these 3 terms. Taxonomy grids a extremely useful for building pseudo menus, such as a list of all the categories in your Woocommerce Shop. […]