Pro v4+

Leading items

Leading count The number of items with a configuration different from the rest of the items (usually one per line)
Item width The width of the items (usually between 50 and 100%)
Item min width The minimum width of the item
Item max width The maximum width of the item
Space between The space between the items on a row (that space will be divided by 2 and create margins left and right)
Space after The bottom margin to add to the items
Line break after all Separate leading items and the remaining ones with a line break (breaks the flow of the items)
Head
Head type The element to add to the item
  • Image from content
  • Calendar
Include fulltext When searching for images in the content, it is possible to extend the search to the full article / K2 item, not just its introduction section.
Limiting the search to the intro section of the content will limit server memory consumption and will be much faster
Head width The maximum width of the additional element
Head height The maximum height of the additional element
Keep space Keeps the space as if the additional element was existing but is missing for that particular item
Position The position of the head in relation to the remaining item body
  • left
  • right
  • alternate left/right alternate between left and right, starting left
  • alternate right/left alternate between left and right, starting right
  • top
  • bottom
  • alternate top/bottom alternate between top and bottom, starting top
  • alternate bottom/top alternate between top and bottom, starting bottom
Title
Element The element to use as title. The default is the article/K2 item title
Letter count max The maximum amount of letters for the title. No value means that we want to show the whole title. A value of 0 will hide it
Force one line Forces the title to show in one line only (no matter the resizing of the page)
It does not take into account the letter count max, but rather adds ... when it cannot fit on the line
HTML header tag The header tag (h1 .. h6) applied to the title
Text
Removed in v4.9
Font size reference
The font size in respect to the template used. The remaining of the item is based on that size
Letter count max The maximum number of letters to show for the text. An empty field will show the whole text. A value of 0 will hide the text
Strip tags Removes the HTML tags from the text
Keep tags The HTML tags that can be kept in the text and won't be removed

Example <strong><a> will keep the bold html style and the links only. Use <br> for new lines

Trigger events Triggering the onContentPrepare event will call the plugins that are present in the intro text. Set to 'no', the plugins will not be called and the plugins syntax { ... } will be removed from the cropped text
Wrap Wrap the text around the additional element, if the theme used allows it

Remaining items

Item width The width of the items

Example 48% will show 2 items per line, with additional room for margins

Item min width The minimum width of the item under which the item won't get any smaller
Item max width The maximum width of the item over which the item won't get any bigger
Space between The space between the items on a row (that space will be divided by 2 and create margins left and right)
Space after The bottom margin to add to the items
Head
Head type The element to add to the item
  • Image from content
  • Calendar
Include fulltext When searching for images in the content, it is possible to extend the search to the full article / K2 item, not just its introduction section.
Limiting the search to the intro section of the content will limit server memory consumption and will be much faster
Head width The maximum width of the additional element
Head height The maximum height of the additional element
Keep space Keeps the space as if the additional element was existing but is missing for that particular item
Position The position of the head in relation to the remaining item body
  • left
  • right
  • alternate left/right alternate between left and right, starting left
  • alternate right/left alternate between left and right, starting right
  • top
  • bottom
  • alternate top/bottom alternate between top and bottom, starting top
  • alternate bottom/top alternate between top and bottom, starting bottom
Title
Element The element to use as title. The default is the article/K2 item title
Letter count max The maximum amount of letters for the title. No value means that we want to show the whole title. A value of 0 will hide it
Force one line Forces the title to show in one line only (no matter the resizing of the page)
It does not take into account the letter count max, but rather adds ... when it cannot fit on the line
HTML header tag The header tag (h1 .. h6) applied to the title
Text
Removed in v4.9
Font size reference
The font size in respect to the template used. The remaining of the item is based on that size
Letter count max The maximum number of letters to show for the text. An empty field will show the whole text. A value of 0 will hide the text
Strip tags Removes the HTML tags from the text
Keep tags The HTML tags that can be kept in the text and won't be removed

Example <strong><a> will keep the bold html style and the links only. Use <br> for new lines

Trigger events Triggering the onContentPrepare event will call the plugins that are present in the intro text. Set to 'no', the plugins will not be called and the plugins syntax { ... } will be removed from the cropped text
Wrap Wrap the text around the additional element, if the theme used allows it

All items

Items alignment
start Alignment start
end Alignment end
center Alignment center
space between Alignment space between
space around Alignment space around
space evenly Alignment space evenly
Text introduction Which text to show
  • Intro
  • Intro -> Meta description if no intro text, use meta description
  • Meta description
  • Meta description -> Intro if no meta description, use intro text
Unauthorized text Whenever unauthorized items are shown, show or hide the introduction text
Replacement text An optional text that will show in place of the introduction text if the introduction text cannot be seen
It is possible to enter a language key that you can override