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  • The features introduced in version 9.6.2 include the Gutenberg block and a new option for sorting the posts by ID. The “Latest Post Shortcode” helps you display a custom selection of articles as a list, as a grid, or even as a responsive slider (posts, pages, your custom post types, attachments) in a page/sidebar, without having to code or know PHP.

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  • The features introduced in version 9.6 include the tiles grid options for different screen sizes, the CSS helper, the WordPress native post classes and a new experimental horizontal tile. The “Latest Post Shortcode” helps you display a custom selection of articles as a list, as a grid, or even as a responsive slider (posts, pages, your custom post types, attachments) in a page/sidebar, without having to code or know PHP.

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  • The features introduced in version 9.5 include the infinite scroll, the slider wrapper configurable element, the pagination limit, support for multiple image placeholders, the shortcode cache, and UI styles updates. The “Latest Post Shortcode” helps you display a custom selection of articles as a list, as a grid, or even as a responsive slider (posts, pages, your custom post types, attachments) in a page/sidebar, without having to code or know PHP.

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  • The features introduced in Latest Post Shortcode 9.3 version include the custom tile markup filter updates, sticky posts filters, and taxonomy filter. The “Latest Post Shortcode” helps you display a custom selection of articles as a list, as a grid, or even as a responsive slider (posts, pages, your custom post types, attachments) in a page/sidebar, without having to code or know PHP.

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  • The features introduced in version 9.0 include the support for attachments as tiles, and date filters. The “Latest Post Shortcode” helps you display a custom selection of articles as a list, as a grid, or even as a responsive slider (posts, pages, your custom post types, attachments) in a page/sidebar, without having to code or know PHP.

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