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shortcodes:

  • [pagelist] – hierarchical tree of all pages on site (useful to show sitemap of the site);
  • [subpages] – hierarchical tree of subpages to the current page;
  • [siblings] – hierarchical tree of sibling pages to the current page;
  • [pagelist_ext] – list of pages with featured image and with excerpt;

examples with aditional parameters:

  • [pagelist child_of="4" depth="2" exclude="6,7,8"]
  • [pagelist_ext child_of="4" exclude="6,7,8" image_width="50" image_height="50"]
  • all Page-list params

Useful:

Parameters for [pagelist], [subpages] and [siblings]:

  • [pagelist] – by default shows list of all pages as the hierarchical list;
  • [subpages] – by default shows list of subpages to the current page as the hierarchical list;
  • [siblings] – by default shows list of sibling pages to the current page as the hierarchical list;
  • depth – means how many levels in the hierarchy of pages are to be included in the list, by default depth is unlimited (depth=0), but you can specify it like this: [pagelist depth="3"]; If you want to show flat list of pages (not hierarchical tree) you can use this shortcode: [pagelist depth="-1"];
  • child_of – if you want to show subpages of the specific page you can use this shortcode: [pagelist child_of="4"] where 4 is the ID of the specific page; If you want to show subpages of the current page you can use this shortcodes: [subpages] or [pagelist child_of="current"] or [pagelist child_of="this"]; If you want to show sibling pages of the current page you can use this shortcodes: [siblings] or [pagelist child_of="parent"];
  • exclude – if you want to exclude some pages from the list you can use this shortcode: [pagelist exclude="6,7,8"] where exclude parameter accepts comma-separated list of Page IDs; You may exclude current page with this shortcode: [pagelist exclude="current"];
  • exclude_tree – if you want to exclude the tree of pages from the list you can use this shortcode: [pagelist exclude_tree="7,10"] where exclude_tree parameter accepts comma-separated list of Page IDs (all this pages and their subpages will be excluded);
  • include – if you want to include certain pages into the list of pages you can use this shortcode: [pagelist include="6,7,8"] where include parameter accepts comma-separated list of Page IDs;
  • title_li – if you want to specify the title of the list of pages you can use this shortcode: [pagelist title_li="<h2>List of pages</h2>"]; by default there is no title (title_li=””);
  • number – if you want to specify the number of pages to be included into list of pages you can use this shortcode: [pagelist number="10"]; by default the number is unlimited (number=””);
  • offset – if you want to pass over (or displace) some pages you can use this shortcode: [pagelist offset="5"]; by default there is no offset (offset=””);
  • meta_key – if you want to include the pages that have this Custom Field Key you can use this shortcode: [pagelist meta_key="metakey" meta_value="metaval"];
  • show_date – if you want to show the date of the page you can use this shortcode: [pagelist show_date="created"]; you can use this values for show_date parameter: created, modified, updated;
  • menu_order – if you want to specify the column by what to sort you can use this shortcode: [pagelist sort_column="menu_order"]; by default order columns are menu_order and post_title (sort_column=”menu_order, post_title”); you can use this values for sort_column parameter: post_title, menu_order, post_date (sort by creation time), post_modified (sort by last modified time), ID, post_author (sort by the page author’s numeric ID), post_name (sort by page slug);
  • sort_order – if you want to change the sort order of the list of pages (either ascending or descending) you can use this shortcode: [pagelist sort_order="desc"]; by default sort_order is asc (sort_order=”asc”); you can use this values for sort_order parameter: asc, desc;
  • link_before – if you want to specify the text or html that precedes the link text inside the link tag you can use this shortcode: [pagelist link_before="<span>"]; you may specify html tags only in the HTML tab in your Rich-text editor;
  • link_after – if you want to specify the text or html that follows the link text inside the link tag you can use this shortcode: [pagelist link_after="</span>"]; you may specify html tags only in the HTML tab in your Rich-text editor;
  • class – if you want to specify the CSS class for list of pages you can use this shortcode: [pagelist class="listclass"]; by default the class is empty (class=””);

Parameters for [pagelist_ext]:

  • [pagelist_ext] – by default shows list of subpages to current page; but if there is no subpages than all pages will be shown;
  • show_image – show or hide featured image [pagelist_ext show_image="0"]; “show_image” have higher priority than “show_first_image”; by default: show_image=”1″;
  • show_first_image – show or hide first image from content if there is no featured image [pagelist_ext show_first_image="1"]; by default: show_first_image=”0″;
  • show_title – show or hide title [pagelist_ext show_title="0"]; by default: show_title=”1″;
  • show_content – show or hide content [pagelist_ext show_content="0"]; by default: show_content=”1″;
  • more_tag – if you want to output all content before and after more tag use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext more_tag="0"]; this parameter does not add “more-link” to the end of content, it just cut content before more-tag; “more_tag” parameter have higher priority than “limit_content”; by default the more_tag is enabled (more_tag=”1″) and showing only content before more tag;
  • limit_content – content is limited by “more-tag” if it is exist or by “limit_content” parameter [pagelist_ext limit_content="100"]; by default: limit_content=”250″;
  • image_width – width of the image [pagelist_ext image_width="80"]; by default: image_width=”50″;
  • image_height – height of the image [pagelist_ext image_height="80"]; by default: image_height=”50″;
  • child_of – if you want to show subpages of the specific page you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext child_of="4"] where 4 is the ID of the specific page; by default it shows subpages to the current page;
  • parent – if you want to show subpages of the specific page only you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext parent="4"] where 4 is the ID of the specific page and the depth will be only one level; by default parent=”-1″ and depth is unlimited;
  • sort_order – if you want to change the sort order of the list of pages (either ascending or descending) you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext sort_order="desc"]; by default: sort_order=”asc”; you can use this values for sort_order parameter: asc, desc;
  • sort_column – if you want to specify the column by what to sort you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext sort_column="menu_order"]; by default order columns are sort_column and post_title (sort_column=”menu_order, post_title”); you can use this values for sort_column parameter: post_title, menu_order, post_date (sort by creation time), post_modified (sort by last modified time), ID, post_author (sort by the page author’s numeric ID), post_name (sort by page slug);
  • hierarchical – display subpages below their parent page [pagelist_ext hierarchical="0"]; by default: hierarchical=”1″;
  • exclude – if you want to exclude some pages from the list you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext exclude="6,7,8"] where exclude parameter accepts comma-separated list of Page IDs;
  • exclude_tree – if you want to exclude the tree of pages from the list you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext exclude_tree="7,10"] where exclude_tree parameter accepts comma-separated list of Page IDs (all this pages and their subpages will be excluded);
  • include – if you want to include certain pages into the list of pages you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext include="6,7,8"] where include parameter accepts comma-separated list of Page IDs;
  • meta_key – if you want to include the pages that have this Custom Field Key you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext meta_key="metakey" meta_value="metaval"];
  • authors – only include the pages written by the given author(s) [pagelist_ext authors="6,7,8"];
  • number – if you want to specify the number of pages to be included into list of pages you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext number="10"]; by default the number is unlimited (number=””);
  • offset – if you want to pass over (or displace) some pages you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext offset="5"]; by default there is no offset (offset=””);
  • post_type[pagelist_ext post_type="page"];
  • post_status[pagelist_ext post_status="publish"];
  • class – if you want to specify the CSS class for list of pages you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext class="listclass"]; by default the class is empty (class=””);
  • strip_tags – if you want to output the content with tags use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext strip_tags="0"]; by default the strip_tags is enabled (strip_tags=”1″);
  • strip_shortcodes – if you want to output the content with shortcode use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext strip_shortcodes="0"]; by default the strip_shortcodes is enabled (strip_shortcodes=”1″) and all registered shortcodes are removed;
  • show_child_count – if you want to show child count you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext show_child_count="1"]; by default the child_count is disabled (show_child_count=”0″); If show_child_count=”1″, but count of subpages=0, than child count is not showing;
  • child_count_template – if you want to specify the template of child_count you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext show_child_count="1" child_count_template="Subpages: %child_count%"]; by default child_count_template=”Subpages: %child_count%”;
  • show_meta_key – if you want to show meta key you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext show_meta_key="your_meta_key"]; by default the show_meta_key is empty (show_meta_key=””); If show_meta_key is enabled, but meta_value is empty, than meta_key is not showing;
  • meta_template – if you want to specify the template of meta you can use this shortcode: [pagelist_ext show_meta_key="your_meta_key" meta_template="Meta: %meta%"]; by default meta_template=”%meta%”;

Author: webvitaly

Tags: page, page list, pagelist, sitemap, subpages

Source from: WordPress.org