If you want to display all post titles in your WordPress blog, you can easily get this information by using WP_Query. This class can be found in the WordPress general CMS, and it allows you to retrieve objects in the database using various parameters. Here’s an example of how to use WP_Query to display the title and excerpt of every post.
The first step is to edit the code of the theme you’re using. You can find the CSS class for your theme in the right-hand website preview. It might be called Inspector, Inspect Element, or Post Title. In any case, the CSS code should be compatible with your theme.
Once you’ve done that, you can use the title template tag to display all post titles. You can even set the title to be a link if you want. This will open the post when clicked. This is the default setting for most WordPress users, and many blogging tools and themes set the post title as a link to a single post view. To read the full post, you’ll need to use the permalink or the’read more’ link next to the post title.
You’ll want to limit the length to between 55 and 60 characters. This function can be called from the Main Index Template. Afterwards, the title will be shortened. Once you’ve added at least 20 characters, you’ll have the option to include three dots at the end.