Sometimes you should play with posts. In fact, you should show posts in different orders like in gird layout, masonry layout. So that your readers don’t feel bored and it becomes easier for your reader to read your posts.
For your readers, you can show your posts in a grid layout. If you don’t know how to display WordPress posts in a grid layout then you can take help from this post. Here I am going to show you the full process. Afterward, you will be able to display WordPress posts in a grid layout by yourself.
Let’s start then.
How To Display WordPress Posts In A Grid Layout
To display WordPress posts in a grid layout, first install and activate the Ultimate Blocks plugin from the WordPress plugins repository.
Now open the page or post where you want to display WordPress posts in a grid layout. Click on the ‘Add Block’ (+) button and search for ‘Post Grid’.
Add the block by clicking on it. It will automatically generate and display WordPress posts in a grid layout with recent blogs.
There are two types of view available; Grid and List. For further customization of the block check on the right side block settings panel.
Here you have options to display your WordPress post in a grid layout with authors, orders, categories, and tags. By default, you will be able to show six posts, if you want more than that, pull the slider and set it to your required number.
You have also other options for setting image width, preserving the aspect ratio, displaying author, featured image, date, excerpt, continue reading link, and title.
The best part of Ultimate Blocks is, that it doesn’t only provide you with one functionality or feature. In fact, it is the magic box of Advanced Gutenburg blocks that makes your life easy. I hope now you will be able to display WordPress posts in a grid layout by yourself.
If you couldn’t configure the plugin or face any other problems, feel free to share it with me. I will be happy to help you. If you liked this post please share it with your friends and don’t forget to leave the comments behind in the box below.