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Due to popular demand, the WPXPO team just introduced the brand-new, feature-packed PostX Archive Builder for Gutenberg. It allows you to create highly customized archive pages without any coding knowledge. In addition, they added a new taxonomy query relation feature.
PostX Archive Builder
Originally, PostX was developed to display posts in beautiful grid layouts on the home page of WordPress sites. With the new archive builder you are now also able to build customized archive pages such as category, custom taxonomy, author, search result, and date pages.
It just takes three simple steps:
- Install the PostX plugin (either the free or pro version)
- Head over to PostX > Add-ons and enable the builder with the click of a button
- Finally, go to PostX > Builder > Add New Builder, name the template, choose a template type and specify where you want to display that template
You can even add titles, descriptions, and category-specific images!
Taxonomy Query Relation
Finally, they also added a taxonomy query relation feature to the Advanced Query settings of PostX. For example, if you have two categories, you can use the taxonomy query relationship “OR” to display all posts for those two categories.
With the taxonomy query relation “AND”, you can display only the posts that are specific to that category(ies).
Table Of Contents
They have also released a Table of Contents (TOC) block with collapsible and sticky functionality which was one of the most requested features. Congrats on the launch!
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