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  • Plugin Author Fernando Briano


    How do you suggest this would work on the shortcode? Would it be one string for every post or one per each post? If so, I guess the best would be to make it a custom field. I’ll work a way out of displaying just custom field values and not their names for a future version.

    Sounds good, but a simpler solution is ability to attach a custom string with every shortcode.
    Actually, if I put a string AFTER shortcode, it is displayed BELOW post list, but plugin could support this feature, INSIDE shortcode add a custom string.

    Result could be this:
    POST TITLE (my custom string)

    Anyway, ability to display only custom field values is a great feature too.

    What about this feature? Any news?
    I’m actually using a shortcode for every list and a H3 title for every shortcode, but height of site is too big.
    With this feature, I could put desired information in same line.

    Plugin Author Fernando Briano


    I’ve been running low on time for the plugin these days, but I’ll get some new coding done this week.

    Wow, Vagrant Box new feature seems very difficult to use…
    Anyway, any news about ability to add manually strings?

    Plugin Author Fernando Briano


    The Vagrant box is mostly oriented at developers who want to hack on the plugin without having to set up Apache + PHP + MySQL on their machines. It’s not that complex, following the documentation is pretty straight forward if you are familiar with GNU/Linux.

    Back to this feature: It’s implemented, just update to version 0.39 and use the post_suffix parameter:

    post_suffix – Pass a string to this parameter to display the string after every post title:

    [catlist numberposts=-1 post_suffix="Hello World"]

    Will create something like:

    <ul class="lcp_catlist" id=lcp_instance_0>
        <a href="" title="WordPress">
        </a> Hello World </li>

    Keep your good work!

    Thank you very much for improving this plugin.

    Plugin Author Fernando Briano



    Let me know what you think!

    HI! I’m a newbie

    Please, Can you help me with this css ?

    Now I’ve got this –

    How can I make like this –

    I need to edit lcp_paginator.css or something else?
    What I need to edit, where?

    In what file I need to put these?

    img.lcp_catst { float:left; margin:5px 10px 5px 0; width:100px; height:100px; vertical-align:text-top; }

    span.lcp_title {
    display: block;
    font-size: 11pt;
    font-family: sans-serif;
    span.lcp_excerpt {
    display: block;
    font-family: sans-serif;
    .lcp_date p {
    display: block;
    #content ul.lcp_catlist li {list-style-type:none; display:block;}
    ul.lcp_catlist li {list-style-type:none;}

    Many, many thanks!!!!

    This feature is work perfectly.
    It would be better to add HTML code, so user could use a link or any HTML tag in the title.

    Plugin Author Fernando Briano


    acnezone: Please open a new thread for your question.

    danicasati: I’ll look into that.

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