Portfolio Element

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Powerful Presentation

Avada includes 3 different styles of portfolio shortcodes that allow you to display your portfolio posts on any page you wish. Use a carousel, grid, or grid with excerpts. All styles can specify a certain category and number of posts along with a plethora of customization options that are simply amazing. All layouts can also use 1-6 columns.

5 Design Layouts To Select

Choose from Grid, Carousel, Grid With Text, Masonry or Masonry with Text which allows you to choose excerpts and length. Each layout has it’s own unique set of options that allows you to customize the Portfolio element the way you wish.

Portfolio Carousel

Portfolio Grid

Portfolio Grid With Excerpts

Portfolio Masonry

Portfolio Masonry With Excerpts

Total Control Over Animation Layout

The carousel layout has several customization options to choose from, allowing you to display your portfolio posts in various ways.

Title on Rollover

  • Choose to show titles on rollover image, or below image.
  • Insert the amount of items to scroll.
  • Choose to autoplay the carousel.
  • Choose to show or hide navigation buttons on the carousel.
  • Choose to enable mouse drag control on the carousel.

5 Different Pagination Types

Easily choose the type of pagination you desire; normal, infinite scrolling, load more button or no pagination.

Loaded With Customization Options

Each portfolio instance you use has a massive set of options for customization. These options allow you to choose how each set of portfolio posts display, making it unique to your site.

Picture Size

This option allows you to control the number of posts that will display with the blog shortcode.

Grid with Excerpts Layout

This option allows you to choose which category or categroies will display with the blog shortcode.

Show Filters

This option allows you to easily exclude one or more categories. Perfect for those who have many.

Columns

This option allows you to show a post excerpt or the full content of each blog post.

Column Spacing

This option allows you to show or hide the blog post image that dispalys on each of your posts.

Categories

This option allows you to choose infinite scroll, or classic numerical pagination for your posts.

Exclude Categories

This option allows you to choose if pagination will display for navigating through posts.

Number of Posts

This option allows you to show or hide the blog post title that dispalys on each of your posts.

Post Offset

This option allows you to show or hide the blog post title that dispalys on each of your posts.

Excerpt Length

This option allows you to show or hide the blog post title that dispalys on each of your posts.

Strip HTML from Posts Content

This option allows you to strip HTML from the post, which is perfect for when using excerpts.

Mobile Visibility Settings

Our mobile visibility system gives you full control over what displays based on 3 customizable screen sizes. Every Fusion Builder Element has these settings and they allow you to show or hide elements on various screen sizes. In addition, you can choose what those screen sizes are! This gives you maximum control to set the exact point when an element should show or hide. Resize the page to see the elements appear or disappear based on what we set.

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Mobile Visibility Setting

Only Display on Tablet

Mobile Visibility Setting

Only Display on Mobile

Mobile Visibility Setting

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Customize Elements Globally Or Individually

Elements can be controlled globally inside of the Fusion Theme Options, or individually per Element by changing the options for each once added to a page or post. Individual Element options will always override the global theme options. This flexibility gives you the ultimate freedom to style Elements and content that is unique and will stand out from the rest of the site.

General (Element)

  • Layout – Choose between Carousel, Grid and Masonry layout.
  • Element Visibility – Choose to show or hide the element on small, medium or large screens.

  • CSS Class – Add a class to the wrapping HTML element.

  • CSS ID – Add an ID to the wrapping HTML element.

Carousel Layout

  • Picture Size – Choose the size of the picture. Options include: Default, Fixed, Auto.
  • Number of Columns – Set the Number of Columns. Range from 1 – 6.
  • Column Spacing – Set the Spacing between each column.
  • Posts Per Page – Set the amount of Posts Per Page.
  • Pull Posts By – Choose whether to pull posts by Category or Tag.
  • Categories / Tags – Add Categories/Tags that you want the Portfolio Element to display.
  • Exclude Categories / Tags – Set the Categories/Tags that you want to exclude.
  • Post Offset – Set the number of posts to skip.
  • Order By – Choose how to order your posts. Choose from: Date, Post Title, Portfolio Order, Post Slug, Author, Number of Comments, Last Modified, Random.
  • Order – Set the Order. Choose from Descending or Ascending.
  • Carousel Layout – Set the Layout for the Carousel. Choose from Title Below Image or Title On Rollover.
  • Carousel Scroll Items – Insert the amount of items to scroll.
  • Carousel Autoplay – Choose to Autoplay the Carousel.
  • Carousel Show Navigation – Choose to Show the Carousel Navigation.
  • Carousel Mouse Scroll – Choose to Make the Carousel Scrollable with Mouse.

Grid Layout

  • Picture Size – Choose the size of the picture. Options include: Default, Fixed, Auto.
  • Text Layout – Choose the Text Layout. Options include: Default, No Text, Boxed, Unboxed.
  • Grid Box Color – Set the Grid Box Color.
  • Number of Columns – Set the Number of Columns. Range from 1 – 6.
  • Column Spacing – Set the Spacing between each column.
  • Equal Heights – Set the Columns to Equal Heights.

  • Posts Per Page – Set the amount of Posts Per Page.
  • Portfolio Title Display – Choose how to display the Title. Options include: Default, Title and Categories, Only Title, Only Categories, None.
  • Portfolio Text Alignment – Choose how to align text. Options include: Default, Left, Center, Right.
  • Show Filters – Choose whether to show Filters. Options include: Yes, Yes without “All”, No.
  • Pull Posts By – Choose How to Pull Posts. Options include: Category, Tag.
  • Categories / Tags – Add Categories/Tags that you want the Portfolio Element to display.
  • Exclude Categories / Tags – Set the Categories/Tags that you want to exclude.
  • Pagination Type – Set the pagination type. Options include: Default, Pagination, Infinite Scrolling, Load More Button, None.
  • Hide URL Parameter – Choose to hide the URL Parameter.
  • Post Offset – Set the number of posts to skip.
  • Order By – Choose how to order your posts. Choose from: Date, Post Title, Portfolio Order, Post Slug, Author, Number of Comments, Last Modified, Random.
  • Order – Set the Order. Choose from Descending or Ascending.
  • Text Display – Set the Text Display type. Choose from Default, No Text, Excerpt, Full Content.
  • Excerpt Length – Set the Excerpt length.
  • Strip HTML – Strip all HTML from the Portfolio Element.

Masonry Layout

  • Text Layout – Choose the Text Layout. Options include: Default, No Text, Boxed, Unboxed.
  • Grid Box Color – Set the Grid Box Color.
  • Number of Columns – Set the Number of Columns. Range from 1 – 6.
  • Column Spacing – Set the Spacing between each column.
  • Masonry Image Aspect Ratio – Set the ratio to decide when an image should become landscape (ratio being width : height) and portrait.

  • Masonry 2×2 Width – This option decides when a square 1×1 image should become 2×2

  • Posts Per Page – Set the amount of Posts Per Page.
  • Portfolio Title Display – Choose how to display the Title. Options include: Default, Title and Categories, Only Title, Only Categories, None.
  • Portfolio Text Alignment – Choose how to align text. Options include: Default, Left, Center, Right.
  • Show Filters – Choose whether to show Filters. Options include: Yes, Yes without “All”, No.
  • Pull Posts By – Choose How to Pull Posts. Options include: Category, Tag.
  • Categories / Tags – Add Categories/Tags that you want the Portfolio Element to display.
  • Exclude Categories / Tags – Set the Categories/Tags that you want to exclude.
  • Pagination Type – Set the pagination type. Options include: Default, Pagination, Infinite Scrolling, Load More Button, None.
  • Hide URL Parameter – Choose to hide the URL Parameter.
  • Post Offset – Set the number of posts to skip.
  • Order By – Choose how to order your posts. Choose from: Date, Post Title, Portfolio Order, Post Slug, Author, Number of Comments, Last Modified, Random.
  • Order – Set the Order. Choose from Descending or Ascending.
  • Text Display – Set the Text Display type. Choose from Default, No Text, Excerpt, Full Content.
  • Excerpt Length – Set the Excerpt length.
  • Strip HTML – Strip all HTML from the Portfolio Element.

Animation (Element)

  • Animation Type – Select the type of animation: None, Bounce, Fade, Flash, Rubberband, Shake, Slide, Zoom.
  • Direction of Animation – Can be one of these values: Top, RIght, Bottom, Left, Static.
  • Speed of Animation – Accepts a numerical value from .1, which is the slowest, to 1, which is the fastest.
  • Offset Animation – Controls when the animation should start.