The Taxonomy List Shortcode plugin adds a shortcode to your WordPress installation which enables you to display multiple unordered lists containing ev
[taxonomy-list] to your post content will render a set of three unordered lists containing all terms of a given taxonomy. Custom css will be printed in a style tag to the head of every page view. If this is unacceptable to you, you may turn it off by using the checkbox labeled "Enable CSS" under the "Taxonomy" section of "Settings" in the Administration Panels.
tax To define the taxonomy that you would like to list terms from, you will need to specifiy the name of the taxonomy in the
[taxonomy-list tax="category"]. In an "out-of-the-box" installation of WordPress, the following taxonomies will be recognized:
link_category. If you have defined custom taxonomies through use of a plugin or your own hacker-skillz, you can use the name of this taonomy as well:
[taxonomy-list tax="fishy-squiggles"]. If the taxonomy cannot be located, due to a spelling error or missing code, the
[taxonomy-list] shortcode will return an empty string.
cols To define the number of columns that the
[taxonomy-list] shortcode generates, you will want to use the
cols parameter. This parameter will accept an integer from 1 - 5. If this parameter is left empty, or a value outside of it's range is defined, it will default to three columns. Example:
[taxonomy-list tax="category" cols="4"].
color Use this to define the color of the text. The color passed should be in hexidecimal notation (ff0000) or short hand (f00) Please do not include the hash character (#).
background Use this to define the color of the background. The color passed should be in hexidecimal notation (ff0000) or short hand (f00) Please do not include the hash character (#).
show_counts (bool) If you would like to disable the counts from displaying after your term name, set this parameter to
0. Default value is
NEW! per_page (int) Using this parameter enables paging for your term list. It accepts a numerical value from 1 to "your hearts desire". It is suggested that this feature only be activated on pages that display a list of terms from a single taxonomy. No need to worry, if you have 2 or more lists of terms on a page and you add the per_page parameter to both shortcodes, your site will not break. Please refrain from using this parameter on shortcodes within posts.
Post Tags (default)
[taxonomy-list] - Display a three column, list of Post Tags in alphetbetical order. Although this is the default usage, it is synonymous with
[taxonomy-list tax="post_tag" cols="3"].
[taxonomy-list tax='category'] - Display a three column, unordered list of Post Categories.
[taxonomy-list tax='link_category'] - Display a three column, unordered list of Link Categories. Special note: it is rather pointless to use link categories do to the fact that WordPress does not support front-end display of individual links.
[taxonomy-list tax="fishy-squiggles"] - Display a three column, unordered list of the custom taxonomy "fishy-squiggles".
[taxonomy-list cols="2"] - Display a two, horizontally-aligned unordered lists of Post Tags.
Five Columns (maximum)
[taxonomy-list cols="5"] - Display a 5, horizontally-aligned unordered lists of Post Tags.
Custom Taxonomy with 5 Columns
[taxonomy-list tax="fishy-squiggles" cols="5"] - Display 5, horizontally-aligned unordered lists of the custom taxonomy "fishy-squiggles".
Notes on post status
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This Plugin has been tested with the Following WordPress Themes
Requires: 2.8.6 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.0-RC3
Last Updated: 6 years ago
Active Installs: 400+
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