Sample Portfolio (3 column)

This page demonstrates a simple usage of the portfolio shortcode to generate a 3 column layout. You can easily set the number of columns, image ratio, sorting methods and much more. Full details and documentation is available on the portfolio shortcode page.


  1. Aenean molestie, massa non scelerisque dignissim, sapien augue fringilla est, sed dictum sem nisi eget tortor. Nam nec nisi enim. In id rutrum nunc. Maecenas id dui massa. Sed sed odio...
  2. Proin a libero nisl, non pellentesque arcu. Sed a mi sit amet risus ultricies commodo vitae quis leo. Vivamus adipiscing interdum porta. Curabitur rutrum tortor ac nisl vestibulum ultrices. Phasellus ornare...
  3. Quisque quis dictum mi. Nam interdum posuere metus, fringilla iaculis ligula ultrices eget. Nam nec tellus gravida sapien pretium hendrerit. Vivamus accumsan, felis sit amet varius dapibus, mauris purus suscipit elit,...
  4. Nulla ante odio, cursus in adipiscing vel, pulvinar at leo. Proin imperdiet adipiscing nisl, quis fermentum elit consectetur sit amet. Morbi eget augue lacus, sed lacinia nunc. Sed euismod, orci non...
  5. Lorem ipsum dolor sed amet, consectetur adipiscing. Donec molestie ultrices nunc, et nunc imperdiet vel. Sed ut amet sapien nec tellus blandit molestie id justo. Phasellus commodo quam a sem imperdiet...
  6. Donec sed tortor quis nisl tristique fermentum non ac est. Ut commodo erat vitae libero sagittis sit amet tempor velit molestie. Sed vitae nibh dolor. Suspendisse accumsan hendrerit ligula, eu fringilla...


Code:

[portfolio post_type="page" post_parent="1002" image_ratio="5:4" columns="3" paging="true" posts_per_page="6" excerpt="yes" excerpt_length=31]

Civil Air Transport (CAT) was an airline founded by Lt. General Claire Lee Chennault, leader of the Flying Tigers, and Whiting Willauer of China Defense Supplies at the conclusion of World War II.  Most of the pilots were former Tigers or other combat pilots from the Asian Theatre.  For the next four decades, CAT, and then its successor, Air America, were primary instruments of American foreign policy in Asia.
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