Blog Catalog Module - Settings

When editing the blog catalog, Settings is the last group of settings you can define.

 

1. Columns

Decide the number of columns the blog catalog will have. Write them down in the box or use the slider moving it to the left or right to decrease or increase the number of columns, respectively.

 

2. Number of blog posts shown

This will ultimately dictate how many posts are shown, given the amount of columns. For example, if you want 12 posts to be displayed and you have chosen 4 columns, the catalog will automatic design 3 rows.

Note: The blog catalog will only display your visible posts on the moment of editing. This means that hidden posts or posts which visibility are scheduled for a future date, won't be shown. Learn how to define the visibility of your posts here!

 

3. Margin between posts

Choose how big the margin between posts should be. Write it down in the box or use the slider moving it to the left or right to decrease or increase the margin size, respectively.

 

4. Arrow Navigation

When this option is enabled, the navigation between posts of the blog catalog will be done through an arrow on each side, moving the posts on the respective direction. Click here to learn how to style the arrows.

 

5. Circle Pagina Navigation

When this option is enabled, the navigation will be done with circles (dots) on the bottom of the catalog. Click here to learn how to style the dots.

 

6. Pause on hover

When this option is enabled, the slides will stop automatically changing if someone is hovering their mouse over the posts. Once they hover somewhere else in the page, the slides will go back to automatically changing.

 

7. Auto change of slides

When this option is enabled, the navigation in the catalog will be done automatically. The group of posts shown will automatically change, sliding to the side and showing the next group of posts.

 

8. Transition

With this option you can define the transition animation for your catalog - "slide", in which each slide moves horizontally; "slow fade", in which the slide fades for 800 milliseconds; and "fast fade", in which the slide fades for 200 milliseconds.

  

9. Transition Interval

By default the transition interval is 5000 milliseconds. Choose a smaller value if you want the transition interval to be shorter and a bigger value if you want the transition interval to be bigger.

 

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