If you like Pinterest and would like to use a similar layout in your WordPress installation, this plugin can make the job for you. Grid Layout Shock allows to create responsive grids using an easy to use control panel that generates a shortcode. No coding required.
These grids have the appearance of a Pinterest board. But count with the advantages of customization for font size, font type, box style, box width and more.
In the plugin page, capabilities of the tool are demonstrated: a responsiveness menu is enabled to check how would the grid look in mobile devices, a control panel renders your settings directly on the page to see the tool in action, a complete documentation page is available to check how to use the tool.
These are some of the plugin’s main features:
- Ability to insert more than 1 grid per post or page
- Several options for fonts and box skin styles
- Control over boxes width
- Pages for the grid are something possible, and number of posts per page can be set too
Installation is simple. The plugin can filter the grid’s posts and is able to show them by categories, custom post types and taxonomies. As the plugin is used through shortcode, it can be used in pages, posts, basically every html capable area. The plugin also is capable of showing RSS feeds of the user’s preference if he inserts the RSS url.
Grid Layout Shock is certainly an interesting plugin, especially worthy to be checked by Pinterest enthusiasts who probably may find here a very valuable tool to revamp their sites.
Following is the screenshot of the plugin.
You can even get minimalistic.