Recent Posts Shortcode

Avada comes packaged with the Recent Posts Shortcode that has 3 different designs to display your recent blog posts. This shortcode has several meta options that allow you to customize the shortcode such as; choose the number of columns from 1-6, number of posts, include or exclude categories, show or hide thumbnails, title, meta, excerpt, excerpt length and more!

3 Different Layouts

Choose from Default, Thumbnail on Side, or Date on Side as your layout. You can also choose the number of columns to be displayed, the number of posts, and which categories, as well.

Recent Posts Default Style

Growth in Smart Home Devices

September 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Connected homes, or smart-homes as they are commonly referred to are part of a larger market segment called the Internet-of-Things, or IoT for short. The IoT is simply everyday devices being connected to the Internet and therefore becoming “smart”. Smart homes are homes in which common everyday items such as thermostats, door locks and lighting are connected to the Internet thus allowing for interaction and control by the end-user consumer. As smart-home technology expands and price points lower, an entirely new spectrum of functional smart-home devices is entering the market and forever changing how consumers interact with their property and possessions. There are numerous market studies on the growth of the IoT and associated smart-home devices and all of these studies point to tremendous growth that outpaces any prior technology adoption cycle including personal computers and cell phones. The following chart from IoT Analytics presents the connected device forecasts from 6 different sources including; Cisco, Ericsson, Gartner, HIS Global Insight, ABI research and IDC. These various reputable forecasts peg the number of connected devices at between 20B and 50B by the year 2020.

Technology Transforms How Insurers Calculate Risk

September 9th, 2016|0 Comments

SAN FRANCISCO — The world is a dangerous, unpredictable place — not a bad thing, perhaps, if you’re in the business of selling insurance, making loans or figuring out ways to prevent mishaps. But these days, technology is changing some of the calculations around risk, whether for car insurance, life insurance, flood insurance or even vacation-related accident insurance, and slowly but surely disrupting the financial core of the insurance business.

Link to News Article

Smart Home Ecosystem and Consumers

September 9th, 2016|0 Comments

A new type of home management, safety, and surveillance devices is emerging.Dubbed smart home devices and systems, this new type incorporates the capabilities inherent in IoT and provides enhanced benefits for one or more categories pertinent to managing the home. What began as a trickle of products, has morphed to a steady stream of smart home device and system introductions. Starting with networked security taking advantage of broadband capability for surveillance of one sort or another to, more recently, smart thermostats coming fromstart-ups as savvy as Nest, and smart garage door openers from stalwarts such as Chamberlain, products are smart and connected.

Link to White Paper

Internet­ of ­Things Security

September 7th, 2016|0 Comments

Introduction Internet­ of ­Things (”IoT”) devices are poised to become more pervasive in our lives than mobile phones and will have abilities to control critical hardware and have access to sensitive personal data. As the number of connected IoT devices constantly increases, security concerns are also exponentially multiplied. In light of the functions IoT devices have access to, it’s important to understand and mitigate their security risk.

Link to White Paper

Recent Posts Thumbnails On Side Style

Growth in Smart Home Devices

September 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Connected homes, or smart-homes as they are commonly referred to are part of a larger market segment called the Internet-of-Things, or IoT for short. The IoT is simply everyday devices being connected to the Internet and therefore becoming “smart”. Smart homes are homes in which common everyday items such as thermostats, door locks and lighting are connected to the Internet thus allowing for interaction and control by the end-user consumer. As smart-home technology expands and price points lower, an entirely new spectrum of functional smart-home devices is entering the market and forever changing how consumers interact with their property and possessions. There are numerous market studies on the growth of the IoT and associated smart-home devices and all of these studies point to tremendous growth that outpaces any prior technology adoption cycle including personal computers and cell phones. The following chart from IoT Analytics presents the connected device forecasts from 6 different sources including; Cisco, Ericsson, Gartner, HIS Global Insight, ABI research and IDC. These various reputable forecasts peg the number of connected devices at between 20B and 50B by the year 2020.

Technology Transforms How Insurers Calculate Risk

September 9th, 2016|0 Comments

SAN FRANCISCO — The world is a dangerous, unpredictable place — not a bad thing, perhaps, if you’re in the business of selling insurance, making loans or figuring out ways to prevent mishaps. But these days, technology is changing some of the calculations around risk, whether for car insurance, life insurance, flood insurance or even vacation-related accident insurance, and slowly but surely disrupting the financial core of the insurance business.

Link to News Article

Recent Posts Date On Side Style

2709, 2016

Growth in Smart Home Devices

September 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Connected homes, or smart-homes as they are commonly referred to are part of a larger market segment called the Internet-of-Things, or IoT for short. The IoT is simply everyday devices being connected to the Internet and therefore becoming “smart”. Smart homes are homes in which common everyday items such as thermostats, door locks and lighting are connected to the Internet thus allowing for interaction and control by the end-user consumer. As smart-home technology expands and price points lower, an entirely new spectrum of functional smart-home devices is entering the market and forever changing how consumers interact with their property and possessions. There are numerous market studies on the growth of the IoT and associated smart-home devices and all of these studies point to tremendous growth that outpaces any prior technology adoption cycle including personal computers and cell phones. The following chart from IoT Analytics presents the connected device forecasts from 6 different sources including; Cisco, Ericsson, Gartner, HIS Global Insight, ABI research and IDC. These various reputable forecasts peg the number of connected devices at between 20B and 50B by the year 2020.

909, 2016

Technology Transforms How Insurers Calculate Risk

September 9th, 2016|0 Comments

SAN FRANCISCO — The world is a dangerous, unpredictable place — not a bad thing, perhaps, if you’re in the business of selling insurance, making loans or figuring out ways to prevent mishaps. But these days, technology is changing some of the calculations around risk, whether for car insurance, life insurance, flood insurance or even vacation-related accident insurance, and slowly but surely disrupting the financial core of the insurance business.

Link to News Article

Use In Columns

Fit this shortcode perfectly into your website by using them with our columns shortcode. This shortcode is fully responsive and will look good on any screen.

Growth in Smart Home Devices

September 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Connected homes, or smart-homes as they are commonly referred to are part of a larger market segment called the Internet-of-Things, or IoT for short. The IoT is simply everyday devices being connected to the Internet and therefore becoming “smart”. Smart homes are homes in which common everyday items such as thermostats, door locks and lighting are connected to the Internet thus allowing for interaction and control by the end-user consumer. As smart-home technology expands and price points lower, an entirely new spectrum of functional smart-home devices is entering the market and forever changing how consumers interact with their property and possessions. There are numerous market studies on the growth of the IoT and associated smart-home devices and all of these studies point to tremendous growth that outpaces any prior technology adoption cycle including personal computers and cell phones. The following chart from IoT Analytics presents the connected device forecasts from 6 different sources including; Cisco, Ericsson, Gartner, HIS Global Insight, ABI research and IDC. These various reputable forecasts peg the number of connected devices at between 20B and 50B by the year 2020.

Technology Transforms How Insurers Calculate Risk

September 9th, 2016|0 Comments

SAN FRANCISCO — The world is a dangerous, unpredictable place — not a bad thing, perhaps, if you’re in the business of selling insurance, making loans or figuring out ways to prevent mishaps. But these days, technology is changing some of the calculations around risk, whether for car insurance, life insurance, flood insurance or even vacation-related accident insurance, and slowly but surely disrupting the financial core of the insurance business.

Link to News Article

Smart Home Ecosystem and Consumers

September 9th, 2016|0 Comments

A new type of home management, safety, and surveillance devices is emerging.Dubbed smart home devices and systems, this new type incorporates the capabilities inherent in IoT and provides enhanced benefits for one or more categories pertinent to managing the home. What began as a trickle of products, has morphed to a steady stream of smart home device and system introductions. Starting with networked security taking advantage of broadband capability for surveillance of one sort or another to, more recently, smart thermostats coming fromstart-ups as savvy as Nest, and smart garage door openers from stalwarts such as Chamberlain, products are smart and connected.

Link to White Paper

Internet­ of ­Things Security

September 7th, 2016|0 Comments

Introduction Internet­ of ­Things (”IoT”) devices are poised to become more pervasive in our lives than mobile phones and will have abilities to control critical hardware and have access to sensitive personal data. As the number of connected IoT devices constantly increases, security concerns are also exponentially multiplied. In light of the functions IoT devices have access to, it’s important to understand and mitigate their security risk.

Link to White Paper

Animation Settings

The Recent Posts Shortcode can have CSS3 animations. This allow the thumbnail image on your post to animate when it comes into the viewport to helps catch the viewers eye.

Growth in Smart Home Devices

September 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Connected homes, or smart-homes as they are commonly referred to are part of a larger market segment called the Internet-of-Things, or IoT for short. The IoT is simply everyday devices being connected to the Internet and therefore becoming “smart”. Smart homes are homes in which common everyday items such as thermostats, door locks and lighting are connected to the Internet thus allowing for interaction and control by the end-user consumer. As smart-home technology expands and price points lower, an entirely new spectrum of functional smart-home devices is entering the market and forever changing how consumers interact with their property and possessions. There are numerous market studies on the growth of the IoT and associated smart-home devices and all of these studies point to tremendous growth that outpaces any prior technology adoption cycle including personal computers and cell phones. The following chart from IoT Analytics presents the connected device forecasts from 6 different sources including; Cisco, Ericsson, Gartner, HIS Global Insight, ABI research and IDC. These various reputable forecasts peg the number of connected devices at between 20B and 50B by the year 2020.

Growth in Smart Home Devices

September 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Connected homes, or smart-homes as they are commonly referred to are part of a larger market segment called the Internet-of-Things, or IoT for short. The IoT is simply everyday devices being connected to the Internet and therefore becoming “smart”. Smart homes are homes in which common everyday items such as thermostats, door locks and lighting are connected to the Internet thus allowing for interaction and control by the end-user consumer. As smart-home technology expands and price points lower, an entirely new spectrum of functional smart-home devices is entering the market and forever changing how consumers interact with their property and possessions. There are numerous market studies on the growth of the IoT and associated smart-home devices and all of these studies point to tremendous growth that outpaces any prior technology adoption cycle including personal computers and cell phones. The following chart from IoT Analytics presents the connected device forecasts from 6 different sources including; Cisco, Ericsson, Gartner, HIS Global Insight, ABI research and IDC. These various reputable forecasts peg the number of connected devices at between 20B and 50B by the year 2020.

Growth in Smart Home Devices

September 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Connected homes, or smart-homes as they are commonly referred to are part of a larger market segment called the Internet-of-Things, or IoT for short. The IoT is simply everyday devices being connected to the Internet and therefore becoming “smart”. Smart homes are homes in which common everyday items such as thermostats, door locks and lighting are connected to the Internet thus allowing for interaction and control by the end-user consumer. As smart-home technology expands and price points lower, an entirely new spectrum of functional smart-home devices is entering the market and forever changing how consumers interact with their property and possessions. There are numerous market studies on the growth of the IoT and associated smart-home devices and all of these studies point to tremendous growth that outpaces any prior technology adoption cycle including personal computers and cell phones. The following chart from IoT Analytics presents the connected device forecasts from 6 different sources including; Cisco, Ericsson, Gartner, HIS Global Insight, ABI research and IDC. These various reputable forecasts peg the number of connected devices at between 20B and 50B by the year 2020.

Growth in Smart Home Devices

September 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Connected homes, or smart-homes as they are commonly referred to are part of a larger market segment called the Internet-of-Things, or IoT for short. The IoT is simply everyday devices being connected to the Internet and therefore becoming “smart”. Smart homes are homes in which common everyday items such as thermostats, door locks and lighting are connected to the Internet thus allowing for interaction and control by the end-user consumer. As smart-home technology expands and price points lower, an entirely new spectrum of functional smart-home devices is entering the market and forever changing how consumers interact with their property and possessions. There are numerous market studies on the growth of the IoT and associated smart-home devices and all of these studies point to tremendous growth that outpaces any prior technology adoption cycle including personal computers and cell phones. The following chart from IoT Analytics presents the connected device forecasts from 6 different sources including; Cisco, Ericsson, Gartner, HIS Global Insight, ABI research and IDC. These various reputable forecasts peg the number of connected devices at between 20B and 50B by the year 2020.

Complete Set of Options

Every option and description included with the recent posts shortcode is listed below.

  • layout – Can be one of these values: thumbnails-on-side, default, or date-on-side. Sets the layout for shortcode.
  • columns – Can be one of these values: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6. Sets the number of columns to be displayed.
  • number_posts – Accepts a numerical value to show how many posts are displayed. For example, 7.
  • cat_slug – The slug name of the category from which you want the posts to be displayed. Use a comma for multiple categories.
  • exclude_cats – The slug name of the category you want to exclude. Use a comma for multiple categories.
  • thumbnail – Can be one of these values: yes, or no. This will show or hide the image thumbnail.
  • title – Can be one of these values: yes, or no. This will show or hide the title.
  • meta – Can be one of these values: yes, or no. This will show or hide the meta data.
  • excerpt – Can one of these values: yes, or no. This will show or hide the excerpt.
  • excerpt_length – Accepts a numerical value to show how many characters or words your excerpt will be. For example, 15.
  • strip_html – Can be one of these values: yes, or no. True will show or hide HTML content in the excerpt.
  • animation_type – Can be one of these values: none, bounce, fade, flash, shake, or slide. Sets the animation to use on the shortcode.
  • animation_direction – Can be one of these values: down, right, left, or up. Sets the incoming direction for the animation.
  • animation_speed – Accepts a numerical value from .1, which is the slowest, to 1, which is the fastest.
  • class – Add a custom class to the wrapping HTML element for further css customization.
  • id – Add a custom id to the wrapping HTML element for further css customization.

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