#152879 Posts masonry view doesn’t work (Portfolio list)

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  • Myra Doodeman


    I want to make a portfolio page (list) and I am using the Posts element like your article describes. But the masonry option doesn’t work. The images are all the same (small landscape) size, 2nd, the option ‘show content on hover’ does not work. I assume, the title must show on hover.

    Settings: inner content, masonry (doesn’t work, 1 portfolio post has a vertical image), 4 columns. Full image. Show content on hover (only title but does not show). link feature image to post. Sortable. And this is what it looks like: https://bit.ly/3OyT2is  no masery, no hover title

    This is the example what I want it to be: https://bit.ly/3a3Gukk Title shows on hover, image grow

    PS I also tried the Element ‘Portfolio’ see https://bit.ly/3nqC75P this is almost what I want, but there is no hover effect.

    I added my login in the box below.

    Hope you can help!

    Regards, Myra


    Amir Rather Support Team

    Hi there

    This type of Layout can be created with Jet Smart Tiles http://documentation.zemez.io/wordpress/index.php?project=jetblog&lang=en&section=jetblog-widgets#smart-post-tiles

    I have added it as an example you can style it according to your need.


    Myra Doodeman

    Hi, thanks for your reply.

    I tried this, but I need

    • all portfolio items in 1 list (at this point only the amount of items in the layout is shown: 3, 4 or 5)
    • and I cannot add a Category filter,
    • and the image cannot popup when hovering
    • (see attachement 1)

    All this should be possible with the Post element, but it seems to be not working:  https://bit.ly/3OyT2is   no masonry, no hover title. See attachment 2.

    Is it possible to fix this?

    Regards, Myra


    Alexander Hutsol Support Team

    Hello Myra,

    Please take our apologies for a long delay.

    In the Posts widget the masonry layout can be set for the Outer Content option if you upload featured portfolio images with different sizes and also add the following CSS code in Jupiter X > Theme Styles > Additional CSS:

    .raven-masonry-column .raven-image-fit img { position: relative; }
    .raven-post-image { display: inline; }

    Unfortunately, this widget doesn’t have option to select predefined layout as on the example you provided.

    Let us know if our further assistance is needed.



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