Your Guide to Recreating Elements of the Akuatik Demo for Grav
The Topic List particle takes the Category List particle's simplicity and applies it directly to content at an article level. It lists pages with minimal information in a clean, modern way.
Here are the topics covered in this guide:
These options affect the main area of the particle, and not the individual items within.
|Particle Name||This is the name of the particle used for back end management. It does not appear on the front end.|
|Content Source||Choose between Particle and Grav as the Content Source.|
|Featured Title||Enter a title for the particle that appears on the front end.|
|Date Format||Select the date format used to display items in the particle.|
These items make up the individual featured items in the particle.
|Item Name||The item name becomes the title of the content block item.|
|Featured ?||Decide if you want the article to be featured or not.|
|Promo Image||Select an image to appear with the item.|
|Date||Enter the date to be displayed with the item.|
|URL||Enter the url you want that link to go to.|
|Target||Set the target for the link. You can choose between Self which opens the link in the current tab or New Window which opens links in a new tab.|
|Categories||Select the categories of pages this particle will display.|
|Number of Pages||Enter the maximum number of pages to display.|
|Start From||Enter offset specifying the first article to return. The default is '0' (the first article).|
|Order By||Choose the type of factor to order by.|
|Ordering Direction||Choose between Ascending and Descending as the article ordering method.|
This section configures how pages are displayed.
|Title||Choose whether or not the title of an article should be shown.|
|Title Limit||Set a character limit for titles.|
|Date||Decide whether to show the created, published, or modified date as the date for each article.|