The Give Form Grid widget lets you display all of your running campaigns in a grid manner. Just to let you know how to operate it quickly, please follow this tutorial.
Find the Give Form Grid from the widget menu and drag-drop it inside your page.
There is a single section under the Content tab holding every basic setting included in one place.
There are a visible number of switchers that control specific content on the display. Turning them on/off will show/hide the title, excerpt, image, pagination, and goal on the WordPress charitable grid.
Also, you have options for limiting the number of visible campaigns as well as the display order.
That’s it for the content tab. Now, let’s move on to the Style tab.
The Style tab for the Give Form Grid widget has several sections commanding several parts of the content. We have listed them serially for ease of view.
Go to Style> Items
You can change the background color and add borders, paddings to the whole grid from the first section. Again, there is another padding option for the inner content as well.
Go to Style> Image
You can add a border and adjust the border-radius for the image part of the grid. Add padding or the box-shadow if you want to style it up more.
Go to Style> Title
Customize the titles of your campaigns from this section by color, spacing, and typography of the Give Form Grid widget.
Go to Style> Text
Same settings as the title section but for the texts/excerpts.
Go to Style> Goal
You can change the color and typography for the raised amount, target amount, and the progress bar from this section.
And lastly, the Pagination section lets you customize the pagination at the bottom of the grid. Here, you have options for alignment, normal color, hover color, and active color.
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