I do use the Zotpress shortcode in my website OPK (http://opistobranquis.info/en) to display a list of publications for a given animal species description, for instance: Tritonia striata (http://opistobranquis.info/en/wstgo).
For most species this runs just well (but for the sort order in Chrome web browser, I already opened a case in another thread), but I came across with a problem with a species that has well over 100 publications, as Aeolidia papillosa (http://opistobranquis.info/en/mW30v).
It is documented that the Zotpress shortcode has a parameter to limit the displayed citations, with a maximum value of 100. This limit was not in Zotpress v5.x, but it does exist in v6.x. I assume this is not to overload Zotero servers, but I really need to display all the citations, not the first 100.
Is there a way to extend or overcome that limit? I have peered the plugin source code but could not find the point where this limit (ZP_LIMIT) is applied.
Zotpresslib shortcode overcomes this by using Ajax pagination, and this would be an acceptable solution if applied to Zotpress shortcode.
Could you have a look at this? Thank you very much in advance.
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