Related Projects

18/05/2018

Related Projects are portfolio posts and appear below each active portfolio post, and they are posts that have similar categories as the one being currently viewed. Related Projects are a convenient way to show your viewers other projects that they may be interested in, based on the one they are currently viewing. You can choose to activate it globally under the Fusion Theme Options, or individually per post under the Fusion Page Options. Continue reading below to learn more about Related Projects and its included options.

How To Display Related Projects Globally

Step 1 - Navigate to the Avada > Theme Options > Portfolio > Portfolio Single Post sub-panel to access the portfolio single posts options.

Step 2 - Find the 'Related Posts' option and switch it to On to display Related Posts on portfolio projects globally.

How To Display Related Posts Individually Per Post

Step 1 - Navigate to the portfolio post you'd like to display Related Projects in, then to the Fusion Page Options box below the editor field.

Step 2 - In the Portfolio tab, set the Show Related Posts field to Default, Show, or Hide. The Default setting will keep the Fusion Theme Option setting. Show or Hide will override the Fusion Theme Option settings for the current post.

Related Project Options

The various options for Related Posts are located in the Avada > Theme Options > Extra > Related Posts / Projects sub-panel. These options also affect the Related Posts for Blog Posts. All of these options are global settings that cannot be overridden per post. Continue reading to learn more about each of these options.

Related Posts / Projects Layout - Illustrated as A on the screenshot, this option allows you to choose the layout of the related posts / projects title text. Choose from title on rollover, or title below image to control where the titles are placed.

Number of Related Posts / Projects - Illustrated as B on the screenshot, this option allows you to set how many related posts / projects are displayed on each single portfolio or blog post. Accepts a numerical value. For example, 5.

Related Posts / Projects Maximum Columns - Illustrated as C on the screenshot, this option allows you to set how many columns are displayed. Choose from 1 to 6.

Related Posts / Projects Columns Spacing - Illustrated as D on the screenshot, this option allows you to set the amount of spacing between items. Accepts a numerical value. For example, 5.

Related Posts / Projects Image Size - Illustrated as E on the screenshot, this option allows you to set how your images are displayed. Choose between fixed, which will crop the image, or auto, which will display it at the original image ratio (not original image size).

Related Posts / Projects Autoplay - Illustrated as F on the screenshot, this option allows you to turn the autoplay feature on the carousel On or Off.

Related Posts / Projects Speed - Illustrated as G on the screenshot, this option allows you to control the speed of related posts and projects carousel. Accepts a numerical value. For example, 1000. 1000 is equal to 1 second.

Related Posts / Projects Show Navigation - Illustrated as H on the screenshot, this option allows you to turn the navigation buttons on the carousel On or Off.

Related Posts / Projects Mouse Scroll - Illustrated as I on the screenshot, this option allows you to turn the mouse drag control feature on the carousel On or Off. When this is On, the links on posts will be disabled.

Related Posts / Projects Scroll Items - Illustrated as J on the screenshot, this option allows you to control the number of items that scroll at one time. Accepts a numerical value. For example, 5. Set to O to scroll the number of visible items.

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