The following layouts are some of the options you will have with news items or basically anything that is considered a blog item.
Summary Wall layout
You can control several things like how many items show up, whether they have images, read more links, etc.
Summary List layout
This could be the full width of a page but in this case I’ve put it in a column that’s half the page size.
- 2013 Houston -Texas Concours D’ Elegance – Best of Show
- 2012 Charleston, SC – Vintage Thunderbird Club International – 1st Place in Primary, Senior Car designation
- 2016 Richmond, TX – Danny Dietz Memorial (Navy Seal) – Best Of Show
- 2016 Houston – Keels ‘N Wheels Best in Class American Muscle Cars
Here’s the list layout without using thumbnail images
This one gives you a single row and let’s you scroll left/right through content. However, if you use this one you should assume that most people won’t notice the < > arrows that let you scroll through the items. So you’re important stuff should show up first. You have control over that too.
Summary Layout Grid
This is similar to the “wall” layout except it’s more