Your Guide to Recreating Elements of the Studius Demo for WordPress
The User Stories particle creates a slider of user stories.
Here are the topics covered in this guide:
These options affect the main area of the particle, and not the individual items within. You can set the title of the particle, as well as give it an introductory paragraph here.
|Give the particle a name. This only appears on the backend.
|Choose between Particle and WordPress as the Content Source.
|Enter any CSS class(es) you wish to have apply to the particle.
|Enable or Disable navigation buttons.
|Enable or Disable autoplay.
|Enter (in milliseconds) the delay between automatic switching between items.
|Enable or Disable looping of items.
|Set the transition speed (in milliseconds).
|Enable or Disable touch movements.
|Enter a title for the particle that appears on the front end.
These items make up the individual featured items in the particle. They sit apart from the particle's title and introduction. Each item can have its own properties, including icons and written content.
|Enter the story content.
|Enter the work position
|Select the categories of articles this particle will display.
|Select the number of articles you would like the particle to fetch.
|Choose how Featured Articles should be filtered. Choose between Include, Exclude, or Only Featured.
|Number of Articles
|Enter the maximum number of articles to display.
|Enter offset specifying the first article to return. The default is '0' (the first article).
|Choose the type of factor to order by.
|Choose between Ascending and Descending as the article ordering method.
This section configures how articles are displayed.
|Choose between showing the Introduction or Full Article text to display. You can also Hide text.
|Set a limit (in characters) of the article's text to appear.
|Select between Plain Text and HTML text formatting.
|Select an image to display in the author section of the item.
|Enter the name of the author.
|Select to Show or Hide the article's category.