We've released dozens of new templates for the Post List Element in Thrive Architect.
And we're confident this makes the post list element the easiest to use, most flexible and most customizable post grid builder out there.
Check out the video to see us back up those claims!
Instant Access to Dozens of Post Grid Templates
Our designers created a ton of post grid templates for you to choose from. These templates will allow you to show off your blog posts in the most appropriate way.
Whether it's in a super visual way with huge featured images...
or in a compact, title only type of fashion...
Or anything in between....
I'm sure you'll find a template that matches your style!
Next-Level Post Grid Customization
These templates are just the beginning...
Create Post Lists, Girds and Masonry Layouts
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Once you've loaded a template, you can still choose how many columns should be displayed, whether you want a masonry layout or a list, ...
And of course, you'll immediately see the results on your site without having to reload the page!
Change Colors and Layout Easily with Group Editing
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The group editing technology from Thrive Architect allows you to change something in one place and it will apply to all the other instances immediately.
This makes it super easy to tweak the design exactly the way you want it.
Use the Advanced Filter Options to Show the Exact Posts You Want
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We've made it as intuitive as possible for you to filter your posts, custom post types and pages.
Choose whether you want to show or exclude:
- Even specific individual content
Add or Remove Dynamic Elements Such as Author, Publish Date, Comments, etc.
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When you're editing the post list (make sure to select the post list element in the breadcrumbs and to hit the edit button), you'll see new elements appear in the Thrive Architect Elements options.
These elements are called "Article Components". They allow you to 100% customize what information you want to show in the post grid.
Don't want an author image, no problem, just delete it.
Want to show post tags? Just drag the element in the post list and it will show up.
We Want to Hear From You!
What kind of templates would you like to see in the future? Leave us a comment below!