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Is it possible to show all blog posts in a summary block?


mathildeeeeee

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Site URL: https://www.inspirewellnessandnutrition.com/blog-recipes

Hey guys!

The summary block settings allow you to display maximum 30 items. Is there a way to show all blog posts?

 

*This template [Version 7.0– Montauk family (Om template)] is very restricted with the features so I had to create a separate page with a summary block in order to get the design wanted with thumbnail images (otherwise the blog is a long scrolling page with full blogposts ...) 

(This is a business plan)

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

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The only built-in workaround is to use multiple Summary Blocks, one for first 30 and one for the next, and so on, tagging each group differently. It's not very scalable. A better option is to use

@paul2009 great, thanks for your help! 

How I solved this is I had the first 30 items, then tagged the next 30 as "featured posts" This only helps anyone who has less than 60 items, and is like me, using and displaying their tags and catego

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6 minutes ago, mathildeeeeee said:

The summary block settings allow you to display maximum 30 items. Is there a way to show all blog posts?

The only built-in workaround is to use multiple Summary Blocks, one for first 30 and one for the next, and so on, tagging each group differently. It's not very scalable.

A better option is to use a reasonably priced addon: Lazy Summaries.

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17 minutes ago, paul2009 said:

The only built-in workaround is to use multiple Summary Blocks, one for first 30 and one for the next, and so on, tagging each group differently. It's not very scalable.

A better option is to use a reasonably priced addon: Lazy Summaries.

   If a post helps you, please click a "Like" option below  ↘️

@paul2009 great, thanks for your help! 

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