December 11, 2013 at 10:40 am #198924
I’m trying to demo a 3 column Ajax Portfolio to a client and I can’t seem to get it to work.
I’ve created 3 dummy posts under 1 single category (New Listings). I then created a page with similar settings to http://www.kriesi.at/themes/enfold/portfolio/portfolio-ajax/. No portfolio appears on the site. Should I have created a page via Portfolio items instead? This is my first time with portfolios so I’m missing something! Is there a video on how to create an Ajax Portfolio?
Here is a crude demo … http://adventurer.webhost4life.com/ef2/new-listings-2/
MarshallDecember 11, 2013 at 11:33 am #198954
Yes, the “portfolio” element will only display posts of the custom post type “Portfolio items”. You first need to create one or more portfolio posts (Portfolio Items > Add New) and you need to add some content into the “Ajax preview” text editor. You also need to create at least one portfolio category and then assign your portfolio post(s) to these categories. Afterwards go to the page where you want to insert the portfolio grid (like demonstrated here http://www.kriesi.at/themes/enfold/portfolio/portfolio-ajax/), select the portfolio element from the advanced layout builder toolbar and click on the element to configure the portfolio options. Select the categories you want to display with this portfolio grid and then select the “Open a preview of the entry (known as AJAX Portfolio)” option in the “Link Handling” dropdown field. Afterwards save the page and if you view the page you should see the portfolio grid with one or more portfolio posts and if you click on these items the “ajax preview” content should pop up.
PeterDecember 12, 2013 at 9:27 am #199395
Thanks! Slowly getting it.
Is there any way to move the text from the right side to underneath the image?December 12, 2013 at 12:32 pm #199462
You could select the “Don’t show the images at all and display the preview text only” option: http://www.clipular.com/c/6453051829256192.png?k=5TIdSdjsRn87CQytVuQeUU4899A
By going this way Enfold will stretch the content area of the ajax preview to 100% width and you can use the new space to build your custom layout. I.e. use the 1 column shortcode and the “Easy Slider” shortcode to build the layout/template you requested in your last post.
PeterDecember 16, 2013 at 10:49 am #200627
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