A View lets you display any WordPress content, anywhere on the site. Using Views, you can create custom content lists, without writing any PHP.

Add lists of content to existing pages

Many times, you need to add lists of content to existing pages. You can do this by adding a View to a page. When you create the View, you tell it which content to load from the database, how to filter the results and how to display.

View that displays lists of content
View that displays lists of content

View that displays content on a Google Map

Display content on a Google Map

A View lets you display content any way you choose. This includes as markers on Google Maps. You can add address custom fields to any content, then display that content as markers. When you use Google Maps to display a View, you have full control over the map and how the markers display on it.

Create a custom search for your custom post types

With a View you can even create a custom search for your custom content. Your custom search can include inputs for custom fields and taxonomy, to filter the search results. You have full control over the functionality and appearance of the search box and search results.

View that allows to search by custom field values

View that displays content with pagination

Break-up long lists using pagination

Sometimes your lists can be too long to display at once. You can add pagination to Views, so that results appear in multiple pages. Views pagination allows you to update results also using AJAX, so that visitors stay on the same URL while paginating.


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