Accordion Skin In Post Block Adv

The Adv Post Block widget allows you to display your post blocks in an Accordion style. 

When selecting the Accordion under the Skin option, you will get different layout styling options.

Content

Layout

  • Skin: Select Accordion under the skin option
  • Primary Block Layout: Select the block layout created.
  • Tab Title: To display the post title as the title inside the accordion, select the Post Title option or enter the custom field name to coating title
  • Title HTML Tag: Set the HTML tag used for the title to H1- H6 or DIV
  • Icon: Select the icon to represent the action of expanding an item. 
  • Active Icon: Select the icon to represent the action of collapsing the active item
  • Transition Speed: Set the speed for the transition 

Query

  • Source: Select the source of the Post type to be fetched. The source can be a post, page, custom post type, or you can manually select the post.

Taxonomy Query

  • Taxonomies: Select the taxonomy terms to filter posts based on Category, Tags, and Formats.
  • Relation: Select relation to Any One Term, or All Terms
  • Author: Select the name of the author whose post you want to Include or Exclude

Date Query

  • Date: You can display posts for a specific time period
  • Order By: In this, you can order your post in a certain manner. You can use different options like Date, Title, etc., to filter your post.
  • Order: It sort your post in ascending or descending order based on the criteria selected in the Order By option.
  • Exclude Current Post: Enable it if you do not want to display your latest post in the block.
  • Order By: In this, you can order your post in a certain manner. You can use different options like Date, Title, etc., to filter your post.
  • 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. 
  • Offset: Use this setting to skip over posts (e.g., "2" to skip over 2 posts)
  • Query Filter: Here, you can add your own custom code to filter the posts
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