Making Featured Columns

The Grid Method

Imagine laying out a grid across your content area.  You do not have to determine the amount of rows as these are dynamically built.  You need to indicate that you would like content in a grid first using the tag below:

[grid]

This will will also need a closing tag.

[/grid]

This creates the rows. Next you add your columns by inserting the [featured] short code.  This two will have to be closed, but your connect and/or images go between them.  See the example below:

[grid]

[featured][post id="" title=""][/featured]

[featured][post id="" title=""][/featured]

[featured][post id="" title=""][/featured]

[/grid]

The id="" should contain a number.  These can be found when you look at the "posts or page" list in the WordPress dashboard.  It is located just under the title.  The title="" field will be the title under the featured image.  You must have at least 2 posts or pages to make this work and each should have a featured image.

Depending on your page/post layout you will get either 2, 3 or 4 across before the grid forms another row.

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