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    I am in the process of building a new website for a client, and am trying to see if Enfold (which I use a lot) could do what he wants to achieve. Basically, the idea is to emulate

    I have therefore three questions.

    1 : is it possible to force the first element in a masonry blog to be bigger than the others ? The idea being that the most recent article would be wider than the others. (I know controlling the size of the first element of a grid is possible, with grid-loop-1 ; i was wondering if the same exists for masonry). I was also wondering if it is possible to extend that idea to the second, third element, etc.

    2 : If the above is not possible, is it possible then to have a masonry blog that would start its loop at the second most recent article ? The idea being that the most recent article would be in a masonry of its own, and the others underneath in another masonry – but I wouldn’t want to repeat the most recent blog post. In the same way as above, I would also be interested to know if it can be genralized for the 3rd most recent, 4th most recent, etc.

    3 : Is it possible to change the position of the title + extract tile ? I know that for portfolio grid it can be on the side of the picture (as seen in your demo). Could it work too for a blog masonry ?

    Thanks again for all your patience. I look forward to using Enfold yet again for another website !


    To clarify my first question : I know that some elements can change the size of the masonry tile, like the size of the picture, but since we are looking at a ‘most recent’ size criteria, for exploitation purposes it wouldn’t be practical to have to change picture everytime a now article comes in (so that the general layout would stay the same).

    Thanks again !



    1. No, it won’t be easily possible. You would need to hire a freelance developer for this job.

    2. Not exactly sure what you want to achieve, but I don’t think it’s possible. However, maybe this link is what you need:

    3. Hm do you want to move the title just a little bit? this could be achieve via css easily. But I think you mean something else, right?

    Best regards,



    And thanks a lot for your answers. It’s a shame about the first two questions, but I understand that I’m getting a bit far off field in this one… We can close the thread.

    Best regards,


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