Mar 16, 2019
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WP Media Boxes Portfolio – Responsive WordPress Grid Plugin

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Media Boxes

features list

WordPress Media Boxes is a portfolio plugin that allows you to display all kinds of content in a highly powerful schedule. Use it for blog posts, display media, clients, portfolios, galleries, and more.
It comes with a powerful filter, sort and search system!

You can place the plug in any page or post and adjust it to the container. You can also adjust it quickly via the Admin panel or the skin processor.

features list

  • Fully responsive grid and pop-up
  • Fully customizable and adaptable to your needs
  • Friendly administration panel
  • Friendly skin editor
  • Import and Export Portfolios and Sheets
  • Custom metadata on mail
  • Custom post types support
  • Video tutorials available
  • Tones of overlay effects
  • Powerful filtering system
  • Search system
  • Sort function
  • Lazy load Feature
  • One of the fastest grids out there
  • You can define the grid layout (the number of columns or the width) for different resolutions. Maybe you just want one column for a mobile resolution, 3 columns for a tablet resolution, and 5 columns for a desktop resolution.

  • Full width, the grid will adjust to 100% of the container
  • Set the number of boxes to load and when you click on the "load more" button
  • Retina ready icons
  • You can load very well in the pop-up like images, video, sounds, iframes, HTML text, Google Maps and ajax content (it doesn't support video / audio files such as .mp4 or .mp3, they must be iframe, like in Youtube or SoundCloud)

  • The plugin uses Isotope v3, which is currently one of the fastest grid systems with the filter out there. It also uses the best browser features when available (CSS3 transitions and GPU acceleration) and a fallback of simple animation for older browsers

  • Deep Link: Connect directly to the pop-up so you can share the pop-up content with your friends or in your social network. Copy and paste the URL generated when you open the popup.

  • CSS3 effects and GPU acceleration
  • Free technical support

credits

I used the following icons and scripts

changelog

v1.2 – March 6, 2019

  • Now you can use "cascading filters" or "hierarchical filters" as I have added the feature that the visibility of certain filters may depend on others being selected.
  • All components have been updated
  • Added the ability to use boxes as filters
  • Added support for the issue in the skin editor
  • Added the ability to specify multiple image URLs to the pop-up image
  • Fixed CSS conflicts in the admin section when using the jQuery UI theme

v1.1.1 – December 17, 2018

  • Fixed small issue when removing a sheet already used by & # 39; s portfolio

v1.1 – December 13, 2018

  • Now, if you create a "Custom Media Gallery", you can add your own categories and link the images to them, see how it works here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2O3idiHIW8
  • Compatible with WordPress 5 and fixed meta-data design for the new Gutenberg editor
  • Now you can specify another skin for a specific post, see this new option in the Meta Data options below your post
  • Now you can clone / copy your skins and portfolios
  • If the "pages" have categories, the plugin will use them (for example, when a plugin is used & # 39; add categories to pages & # 39;
  • Added more video tutorials to the easier understanding documentation (if you want a video tutorial for a specific skin or sample, let me know)
  • There was a problem resolving single and duplicate quotes in the administration section text fields
  • Fixed minor issues (remove your browser's cache because some JS and CSS files have been changed)

v1.0 – November 20, 2018

  • initial release

You can view the documentation HERE

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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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