AE - Portfolio

AE- Portfolio is a collection of Post, Pages, Categories, or anything which have individual pages to be displayed 

It provides four options to create a portfolio.



  1. Source: Here, you need to select the content for which you want to create a portfolio. Content can be anything like a post, pages, categories, etc.

  2. Block Layout: Here, you can select the layout in which you want your portfolio content to appear. A list of all the layouts created by you will be displayed.

  3. Authors:  Select the author's name whose post you want to display.

  4. Categories: Select the category whose post/page you want to display.

  5. Tags: To display posts associated with a particular tag.

  6. Formats: Specify the name of the format created to display post content. 

  7. Order By: In this, you can order your source for which you want to create a portfolio in a certain manner. You can use different options like Date, Title, etc., to filter your post.

  8. Order: It sort your post in ascending or descending order based on the criteria selected in the Order By option.

  9. Post Count: You can use the Post Count option to display a specific number of posts on a single page. It takes a numeric value which signifies the number of posts to be displayed at a time. 

  10. Offset: Use this setting to skip over posts (e.g., "2" to skip over 2 posts).
  11. Query Filter: Add your custom query filter. Know More


  1. Layout Mode: Here, you can choose whether you want to display your portfolio design in a list or in a grid format.

  2. Masonry: It is used to present the images seamlessly.

  3. Pagination: Here, you can choose if you want page numbers to be displayed or not.

  4. Columns: You can specify the number of columns you want to display containing posts as a portfolio.

  5. Column Gap: Here, you can specify the amount of space is to be kept between columns.

  6. Row Gap: Amount of space to be kept within two individual rows.


If you have selected the Pagination option in the layout, then you have more settings available.  Show Prev/Next: Select or deselect it if you want to display the next and previous buttons on your portfolio page.

  1. Previous Text: Here, you can give any name to your previous button.

  2. Next Text: You can give any other name to your next button.

  3. Page Limit: It signifies the maximum number of pages that can be included in your portfolio.
  4. Disable Scroll To Top on Load: Enable this option if you want to disable scroll on load.
  5. Scroll To Offset: Set the offset value.

  6. Alignment: Alignment can be set Left, Center, and Right.

Widget Title:

  1. Title: Enter the title.
  2. Html Tag: Choose the HTML tag to render the title.
  3. Alignment: Set alignment for the title text.

Filter Bar

It is a bar that is displayed on the top of your portfolio content.

  1. Show Filter Bar: You can choose whether you want to display the filter bar or not.

  2. Taxonomy: Here, you can select the content which you want to be displayed on the filter bar. All your created Taxonomies list is displayed from which you can choose.
  3. Only Parent: Enable it to show only the parent taxonomy

  4. Show All: If you want to display all the content of the selected taxonomy in a single tab, you can use it.

  5. Tab 'All'Text: Here, you can assign a name to the Show All tab.

  6. Label: Add a text label for the filter bar.

  7. Align: Alignment can be given to the Filter Bar accordingly like left, center, and right.

Check out the Post Block Adv widget to get more controls on functionality for displaying post data

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