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New layout – Image/Icon Position
By adding a new setting to place the position of the image/icon on the left or right, we have essentially added a new “list” layout. So now you can get away from the normal grid and display the taxonomies in a list. You can still set the number of columns, including just 1 for use in sidebars!
Here is a simple example of what is possible:
Background Colors Per Term
When I was creating demos for this plugin, I realized I wanted to change the background color of the individual taxonomy terms.
This was very easy with CSS, but now we have added background color settings that automatically show in the module for each taxonomy term.
Make Entire Term Clickable
This is another feature inspired by my demos. The image, title, and button were all clickable as expected, but then I realized there is some area outside those items that is not clickable, and could confuse users who expect the entire term to act as a button. So we have added a new Links toggle and new setting to make the entire taxonomy term clickable.
In the screenshot below, the entire gray area can be clicked to go to the taxonomy term page when the new setting is enabled.
Term Offset Number
This new setting works the same way as the Divi Blog module to skip a specified number of posts in the feed. If you enter 1 as the number, then it will skip the first term in the grid, or 2 will skip the first 2, etc. (This would not be used if you are using the checkboxes to select terms to show.)
Button Full Width
We added a new setting in the Button toggle in the Design tab to make the button fullwidth. A simple but nice to have feature!
As with all of our products, every setting and feature of the plugin is well documented! Go check out the plugin documentation area for everything you need to know about using the module.