Views

Views are another way to display several related information together. Mostly you can use them to list the articles which is available in your documentation. Choose the layout that suits the type of content you’re displaying.

  1. List view
  2. Grid view
  3. Categorized view

List view

In this way, you can show meta data below the title, and write some description of the article before viewing it.

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Grid view

Grid view is a great way to show several articles with a short description, or just showing available categories and a short description about its content.

  • post
    get_post

    Retrieves post data given a post ID or post object.

  • helper
    sanitize_title

    Sanitizes title or use fallback title.

  • category
    in_category

    Tests if the current post is assigned to any of the specified categories.

  • posts
    is_single

    This conditional tag checks if a single post of any post type is being displayed.

  • posts
    add_post_meta

    Adds a custom field to a specified post which could be of any post type.

  • helper
    get_bookmark

    Retrieve Bookmark data based on bookmark link ID.

Categorized view

In this view, you can categorize you articles ot tutorials in several part and show more content in fewer space.

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