A ready-to-use portfolio custom post type.

Wolf Portfolio is a Portfolio WordPress plugin to add a “work” custom post type in addition to your usual blog posts.

You can create your “work” posts and sort them by categories and display your last work anywhere into your website using the [wolf_last_works] shortcode.

You can check out the live demo  of the plugin combined with Aku, our theme designed for Wolf Portfolio.

Download v1.1.5.1

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Created: 4 years ago

Updated: 2 years ago


Installation Instructions

  1. Upload the plugin zip folder by clicking on the "Download" button above.
  2. In your WordPress admin, go in plugins -> add new, and choose the "upload" option.
  3. Upload the plugin zip folder and click on "Activate plugin".


Being a free product, this plugin is distributed as-is without official support. Verified customers however, who have purchased a premium theme will have access to support for this plugin in the forums.


17 December 2014 - Version

  1. Added Italian translation files

6 December 2014 - Version 1.1.5

  1. Updated Isotope
  2. Improved template system. Templates can be overwritten in a theme
  3. Enqueue style with wp_enqueue_script to be able to dequeue stylsheet in a theme

12 May 2014 - Version 1.1.4

  1. Optimzed Responsive Breakpoints
  2. Set active class for filter categories on taxonomy pages

21 April 2014 - Version 1.1.3

  1. Added column attribute to shortcode

8 April 2014 - Version 1.1.2

  1. Improved template system

6 November 2013 - Version 1.1.1

  1. Fix single page template bug

31 August 2013 - Version 1.0

  1. Initial Release

15 thoughts on “Portfolio

  1. Rogier van Roon

    Love this simple portfolio custom post set-up! As there are no sorting options, I’m trying to figure out how to sort the isotope alfabetic by title instead on date though. I think I’m close following the WordPress Codex (http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/get_terms), but am stuck on how to get this to work with the isotope array. Could you shine a light on this?

    1. BrutalDesign


      You can edit the arguments in the templates/filter.php file
      Better use the template system and duplicate this file in your theme, in a wolf-portfolio folder before editing it

      I hope it will help

  2. Dustin Storm

    Is there anything I can do to set a default portfolio category? I have the portfolio as the homepage but don’t want to show all of the portfolio items on this page – just select items. Thanks!

  3. brandon tamm

    This is a great plugin and I’d like to use it..

    I used Bedrock and Roots to create my portfolio theme from http://roots.io . This theme uses composer to manage plugins as dependencies. To use your plugin, it must first be added to the wordpress directory to get replicated to http://wpackagist.org.

    Please let me know – thanks!!

  4. 8head

    Hi WOW!
    Great work. I am interested in your plugins but there are no demos. I was wondering if you have a demo of any of your portfolio / photo plugins. I have seen swipebox which is what brought me to you and it is fantastic.

    Let me know when you get a chance….


  5. Rosanna

    Hi there!
    Well done with the plugin, it’s very good.
    I was wondering whether there was a way to hide date on each work, especially the day and maybe show only month and year of the project?

    1. BrutalDesign


      Yes you can hide the date with a bit of CSS

      .work-meta:first-child .work-meta-separator{

      The date format is the one set in the wordpress settings


  6. damiroquai

    I like your plugin alot, and I found it very useful. I would like to use it (modify) to create photo gallery plugin, so I’m wondering what’s the license of the plugin, can I edit it and create another plugin with your code mentioning that I used your source code and add you as a contributor? (I’m aware of isotope license). Also I would change your plugin in a way that my new gallery plugin is compatible (not in conflict) with your portfolio plugin. Thank you.

  7. Alexandra

    First of all, thank you so much for this! I was trying to do this exact code all day and then I stumbled onto your website & plugin. With a few tweaks it works very wonderfully on my website. I am by no means good at coding, just self taught and trying to learn how to properly do everything on my own… so hopefully with this I can cross reference and learn what I did wrong when I attempted it. I was wondering, how difficult it would be to use MixItUp’s plugin: http://mixitup.io/ instead of Isotope? Anyway, thank you so much for this again!

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