Neykane Viral List Posts is designed with content creators in mind and handles all of the boring configuration so you can focus on producing rich, quality content for your readers.
On the most basic level, a list post ( or a listicle ) is just an article in list format.
Here’s a few real world examples:
- 10 Recent Netflix Originals Worth Your Time
- 7 Podcasts You Need to Be Listening To
- 5 Command Line Techniques to Be More Productive
What will you create?
Neykane Viral List Posts allows you to create beautiful list posts with just a few clicks. The resulting articles (sometimes called listicles) can be viewed on their own or embedded into existing pages, posts, or custom post types.
Unlike other plugins, there’s no reliance on arcane markup or tedious workflows — everything is done using our modern, intuitive visual editor.
How can I customize the look of list posts?
You can use CSS to customize most aspects of the list posts. Here are the basic structures of each of the templates:
Modern (vertical and horizontal)
div class="card shadow neykane-viral-list-posts__item" id="list_posts_1" img class="card-img-top neykane-viral-list-posts__item--img" src="http://example.com/my_amazing_image.jpg" div class="card-body neykane-viral-list-posts__item--body" h5 class="card-title neykane-viral-list-posts__item--title"1. My awesome title/h5 div class="py-1 neykane-viral-list-posts__item--content" My epic body text /div /div /div
Can I use my own template?
We plan to add support for user templates in an upcoming update.
Will you be adding more templates?
Yes, we plan to add several new and exciting templates soon.
- Install the plugin from the WordPress Plugin Directory.
- Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.
- Create a new List Post through the new Viral List Posts menu in WordPress. All published List Posts can be viewed on their own, and/or, optionally embedded into a post or page of your choice using the automatically generated shortcode.
- Fixed an issue where shortcodes were not being saved by the gutenberg editor.
- Fixed a cosmetic issue where trashing a list post generated an error message (despite this message, posts were being correctly trashed).
- Updated the README.txt file to note the correct plugin name and required PHP
- Updated the FAQ
- Initial release.