I am trying to write 2 new queries, but unfortunately, I haven't got the necessary skills to make it work...
I have generated two "page" pages on my sites; one handling a query on Authors and one handling a query on Bookmarks.
This is the code I currently have on my page template:
<div class="post"> <?php if (is_page('5904')) : ?> //the feed list page <ul><?php wp_list_bookmarks('title_li=&categorize=0&category=24'); ?></ul> <?php endif; ?> <?php if (is_page('59427')) : ?> //the author list page <ul><?php wp_list_authors('show_fullname=1&optioncount=1&show_count=1'); ?></ul> <?php endif; ?> <?php the_content(); ?> </div>
Both calls return a mile long bullet point list, which is not very attractive. I therefore would like to return each list on their respective pages in a controlled table. I am looking at a 3-column table for each list.
I also found this thread and code on the WP forum but I am not able to modify the respective queries to work for wp_list_bookmarks and wp_list_authors.
Would someone be able to help me to modify/put together the respective queries, while maintaining the UL and LI parameters, please?
I would be most grateful.