Post Grid

Creating custom Responsive Post Grids with Fortuna is a breeze! Fully customize the looks of your grids, add them to any page, filter the items you want to display, manage the output and sub-items displayed like date, image, excerpt, Read More link etc. Check out some of the modification options below as well as a few examples further down the page.

Features

What elements to show (Pic, Title, Excerpt, Date, Link etc.)
Regular/Boxed style presets
Image Hover Effect (4 Style Presets available)
Grid column count (4 Style Presets available)
Date Style Presets (2 Style Presets available)
Custom Query/Filter for the Items displayed
Total Items in Grid
Spacing between items (None, Small and Large)
CSS animation of the items
Category Query Filter
Order and Order By clauses
Overwrite image size

Post Grid Example #1

How to Start Homeschooling Your Gifted Child

Homeschooling is an alternative form of education that is flexible and there is some cooperative ...

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Gifted Education Provisions in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is a 2015 legislation that revises and reauthorizes the ...

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Davidson Academy in Reno

Take on Talents’ Femke visited the Davidson Academy in Reno. They serve profoundly gifted students ...

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Herberger Academy – for Arizona’s brightest students

Highly intelligent children from throughout Arizona attend the Gary K. Herberger Young Scholars ...

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Davidson Academy: personalized learning for the profoundly gifted

A large map of the United States decorates the hall of the University of Nevada. Almost every state has ...

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Parent Advocacy for Gifted Children

Keeping the lines of communication open between you as a parent and the teacher is vital. Parent ...

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iPhone/iPad apps for gifted children

Your children/students want to play games, but you want them to develop themselves also. What is the ...

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How gifted children succeed

What do children need to know in order to succeed? A tough question if you ask parents and teachers who ...

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Differentiation for Underserved Gifted and Talented Children in Early Childhood

Differentiation is the classroom is an open opportunity for those children who have not had open ...

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Post Grid Example #2

The greatest myth of giftedness

There are many myths around giftedness. Do you want to learn more about them? Check out this video. [embedyt] ...

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Friendship, Character, Spirituality, and Integrity: Paths to Overall Wellbeing

As a gifted parent/educator your long term vision for the gifted child is that they thrive across their lifespan, and ...

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iPhone/iPad apps for gifted children

Your children/students want to play games, but you want them to develop themselves also. What is the best combination ...

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Parent Advocacy for Gifted Children

Keeping the lines of communication open between you as a parent and the teacher is vital. Parent advocacy is then a ...

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Differentiation for Underserved Gifted and Talented Children in Early Childhood

Differentiation is the classroom is an open opportunity for those children who have not had open opportunities to ...

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Recognizing and Serving Underserved Gifted and Talented Children in Early Childhood

If we want to find smart children, the only way to do that equitably is to measure how smart they are without using ...

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Post Grid Example #3

Scientifically Speaking: Best Practices For Science Education with High Ability Children

Are you a teacher? And do you share that science education for high ability children is a ...

iPhone/iPad apps for gifted children

Your children/students want to play games, but you want them to develop themselves also. What ...

Recognizing and Serving Underserved Gifted and Talented Children in Early Childhood

If we want to find smart children, the only way to do that equitably is to measure how smart ...

The greatest myth of giftedness

There are many myths around giftedness. Do you want to learn more about them? Check out this ...