Take control of the Loop
Create your layout
Complete control over your content layout.
LoopBuddy has a powerful Layout Editor, which allows you to customize your content, post-by-post, category-by-category.
- Move your post title around
- Add a custom by-line
- Add a featured image
- All with a drag-and-drop interface
What to show? You decide.
The Query Editor in LoopBuddy allows you to decide which content to display.
- Display based on post type, author, category, taxonomy, and more.
- Choose to display comments or allow pagination
- Choose a sort order and how many items to display
Show off your content.
Display your content anywhere.
- Customize individual posts, pages, category sections, post types, 404 pages, search pages, etc...
- Use a LoopBuddy shortcode to display custom content on any post, page, or public post type
- Use a LoopBuddy widget to display custom content in any widgetized area on your site
What's available in LoopBuddy?
- Complete Builder 3.0 and child theme support
- Query Editor for filtering down content to exactly what you want to display
- Layout Editor has drag-and-drop so you can completely customize how the content is displayed
- Shortcode support for displaying LoopBuddy on a post, page, or custom post type
- Widget support for displaying LoopBuddy in any widgetized area on your site
- Import/Export capabilities to import and export your custom layouts and queries
- Layout Tags allow custom wrappers (e.g., div, h2) and custom class names for advanced customization
- The Query Editor has assist buttons to make finding information extremely easy
- Create your own items in the Layout Editor through hooks
- Many options in the Layout Editor are highly configurable and more are being added in all the time
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Loop?
The WordPress Loop is a term used when WordPress displays each of your posts. As each post is displayed, one iteration of The Loop
How does LoopBuddy "take over" a Loop?
The theme must support LoopBuddy
in order for LoopBuddy to take over the Loop. Essentially LoopBuddy hooks in, the theme calls a special function, and LoopBuddy lets the theme know if it is able to take over the Loop in that particular instance.
Can I use LoopBuddy even if my theme doesn't support it?
Yes, you can use LoopBuddy in any widgitized area on your site.
Can I make my own Layout Editor items?
I'm having trouble with LoopBuddy. Where can I go for help?