Blog Shortcode

This is a very versatile shortcode, allowing you to display posts on any page.  Choose from 6 blog designs along with a plethora of customization options. Create unlimited blog pages each with a unique look and category of posts. Compatible with both single and dual sidebars, the blog shortcode also allows you to build magazine style layouts, the possibilities are amazing!

Fantastic Feet with Dr. William Knudson

By | March 28th, 2016|Categories: PCNVOnline.com|Tags: , , , |

Feet shouldn’t be neglected, says podiatrist Dr. William Knudson, but care for the lower extremities can be confusing. Here, Dr. Knudson sets the record straight on foot care. Most feet require only basic care, explains Dr. William Knudson. But, how that care is carried out can mean the difference between dry, cracked feet and feet that deserve an audience. According to Dr. William Knudson, washing feet daily with an anti-bacterial soap helps keep germs and unpleasant odors at bay. He recommends following this up with a weekly soak in warm water, a quick exfoliating treatment, and a coat of shea butter for soft and supple ankles, toes, and heels. Excessively dry/damaged feet may benefit from heel pads or a humectant balm, which helps retain moisture. Dr. William Knudson also suggests using sunscreen on the tops of the feet to protect from UV rays and burning. […]

New Treatment for Fungal Toenails

By | March 21st, 2016|Categories: PCNVOnline.com|Tags: , , , |

Laser treatment offers dramatic results for people suffering from nail infection, reports Dr. William Knudson.   Podiatrist Dr. William Knudson, who provides 19 years of clinical experience, is expanding his services with an exciting new treatment. Dr. William Knudson is pleased to introduce a safe and effective new laser therapy for feet and toes. According to Dr. Knudson, nail fungus, also known as onychomycosis, is a relatively common condition that affects up to 10 percent of people worldwide. This new laser therapy has proven to be a safe and highly effective solution in the treatment of onychomycosis, says Dr. William Knudson. The laser can also be used for warts and scar reduction. Symptoms of Nail Infection Dr. William Knudson points out that fungus can cause nails to become discolored or yellow. Other symptoms of nail infection include buildup of skin underneath the nail and white streaks or spots on the nail surface. As the infection progresses, the nail may become brittle, thick and completely separated from the nail bed, says Dr. William Knudson. It can cause an individual significant pain when walking or wearing shoes. […]

Common Foot Problems

By | March 14th, 2016|Categories: PCNVOnline.com|Tags: , , , |

A Description of Some Common Foot Ailments BUNIONS If you have a bunion, you know it can be a painful enlargement of the joint at the big toe. The skin over the joint becomes swollen and is often quite tender. Bunions can be inherited as a family trait, can develop with no recognizable cause or can be caused by shoes that fit poorly. An important part of treatment is wearing shoes that conform to the shape of the foot and do not cause pressure areas. This often alleviates the pain. In severe cases, bunions can be disabling. Several types of surgery are available that may relieve pain and improve the appearance of the foot. Surgery is usually done to relieve pain and is not meant for cosmetic purposes. HEEL PAIN Heel pain is extremely common. It often begins without injury and is felt under the heel, usually while standing or walking. It is usually worse when arising out of bed. Inflammation of the connective tissue on the sole of the foot (plantar fascia) where it attaches to the heel bone is the most common cause of pain. It is often associated with a bony protrustion (heel spur) seen on x-ray studies. Most cases will improve spontaneously. Heel and stretching, medication to reduce swelling of the soft tissues in your foot and shoe inserts (orthotics) are quire helpful. If pain continues, steroid injections or walking casts are used. Only in the most troubling and prolonged case is surgery recommended. […]

6 Design Layouts To Select

Each blog shortcode can use any of our 6 designs and can be used with a single or dual sidebar. Each instance has its own set of options for customization providing ultimate flexibility per use.

Create Unlimited Blog Pages

The Blog shortcode allows you to use it on as many pages as you wish. Each instance can have a unique set of categories that display giving you superior flexibility for various types of layout, even magazine style.

Loaded With Customization Options

Each blog instance you use has a massive set of options for customization. These options allow you to choose how each set of posts display, making it unique to your site.

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Number Of Posts

This option allows you to control the number of posts that will display with the blog shortcode.

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Categories

This option allows you to choose which category or categroies will display with the blog shortcode.

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Exclude Categories

This option allows you to easily exclude one or more categories. Perfect for those who have many.

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Post Excerpt

This option allows you to show a post excerpt or the full content of each blog post.

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Post Thumbnail

This option allows you to show or hide the blog post image that dispalys on each of your posts.

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Type of Scroll

This option allows you to choose infinite scroll, or classic numerical pagination for your posts.

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Pagination Type

This option allows you to choose if pagination will display for navigating through posts.

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Post Title

This option allows you to show or hide the blog post title that dispalys on each of your posts.

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Strip HTML

This option allows you to strip HTML from the post, which is perfect for when using excerpts.

Total Control Over Meta Deta Display

With each blog shortcode comes a full set of options for meta data. These options allow you to enable or disable each different section of meta data, or the entire set together.

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  • Show or hide all meta info with one easyoption.
  • Show or hide the author of the post.
  • Show or hide the individual post categories.
  • Show or hide the comment icon and number.
  • Show or hide the date of the post.
  • Show or hide the Read More link with icon arrow.
  • Show or hide the tags of the post.

Complete Set of Options 

That’s not all, see below for the every option included with the blog shortcode.

  • number_posts = numerical value to show how many posts you want per page, example 5. Can be -1 which means all posts will be displayed on one page
  • cat_slug = slug name of the category from which you want the posts to be displayed. Use a , for multiple categories
  • exclude_cats = slug name of the category you want to exclude. Use a , for multiple categories
  • title = one of these values: yes, no. This will show or hide the title
  • thumbnail = one of these values: yes, no. This will show or hide the image thumbnail
  • excerpt = one of these values: yes, no. This will show or hide the excerpt
  • excerpt_words = numerical value that controls length of excerpt
  • meta_all = one of these values: yes, no. This will show or hide all meta info
  • meta_author = one of these values: yes, no. This will show or hide the author
  • meta_categories = one of these values: yes, no. This will show or hide the categories
  • meta_comments = one of these values: yes, no. This will show or hide the comments
  • meta_date = one of these values: yes, no. This will show or hide the date
  • meta_link = one of these values: yes, no. This will show or hide the link
  • paging = one of these values: yes, no. This will show or hide pagination
  • scrolling = one of these values: pagination or infinite
  • strip_HTML = one of these values: yes, no. This will show or hide HTML in the excertps
  • blog_grid_columns = one of these values: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. Controls the column width of blog grid layout
  • layout = one of these values: large, medium, large alternate, medium alternate, grid, timeline
  • class = add a custom class to the wrapping HTML element for further css customization.
  • id = add a custom id to the wrapping HTML element for further css customization.

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