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Shortcode has several attributes:

  • class: additional CSS class name to add
  • category: one or more categories to filter entries.
  • type: content type to show: ‘all’, ‘video’, ‘nonvideo’.
  • sort_column: the column for sorting articles. The default is ‘name’.
  • sort_order: articles sorting order. The default is ‘ASC’.
  • limit: number of articles per category limit. The default is 4.
  • product: ID of the product to limit the list.
  • bgcolor: background colour for the list. The default is ‘#F4F4F4’.

Articles Sort Column

Sort column supports following values:

  • name: article name
  • ID: article ID
  • date: article publish date
  • comment_count: article comments count
  • rand: random sort
  • none: no sorting



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Does the plugin supports other SMTP sending plugins?


But, GD Mail Queue has support for SMTP email sending, and you can add your SMTP server information for plugin to use for all emails and/or queue emails. If you need to use REST API for email sending or you want to use predefined SMTP sending services through PHPMailer, GD Mail Queue Pro supports several popular email services using official REST API libraries and SMTP sending to.

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What is a child theme?

The child theme is a theme that inherits the parent theme. It is a starting point in theme modification processes that will not affect parent theme, and all modifications will go into the child theme. This way you can start with the parent theme and make changes to it by adding all changes into child theme. More about child themes you can find here.

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Does the plugin works with BuddyBoss Platform?

We do not support BuddyBoss Platform integration for any of our bbPress-related plugins.

Dev4Press plugins for bbPress right now all require bbPress 2.6.2 or newer version, and old 2.5 versions of bbPress are no longer supported! BuddyBoss uses very outdated bbPress 2.5.12 (from 2017), which means that Dev4Press plugins for bbPress will not allow activation with bbPress 2.5.x (and because of the old version, it will not be active with BuddyBoss also). On top of that, BuddyBoss has made significant changes to the bbPress they are using, so a lot of stuff is not compatible anymore with the standalone bbPress plugin. Also, BuddyBoss uses BuddyPress 4.3, released in 2019 (the current standalone BuddyPress is 11.1.0 in May 2023), and again, their version of BuddyPress is significantly changed from the standalone BuddyPress, making the compatibility a huge issue.

Even if the BuddyBoss gets updated to bbPress 2.6 or newer, we have no plans of supporting BuddyBoss with our plugins due to the changes they made to bbPress, making proper support impossible.

This FAQ will be updated when something with bbPress or BuddyBoss changes.

TLDR: Dev4Press plugins for bbPress can’t be used with the BuddyBoss platform.

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Why is tax added to the checkout price?

Various countries require a collection of value-added taxes for online sales. Some countries issue corporate use VAT ID, and if you use that ID during checkout, VAT will not be applied to the price. Depending on the country VAT can be known as GST (goods and services tax).

Here is the list of countries that require VAT (or other taxes):

  • Australia (10%)
  • Belarus (20%)
  • Canada (5%)
  • Canada / Quebec (5% – 15%)
  • Chile (19%)
  • EU Countries (15% – 30%)
  • Egypt (14%)
  • Iceland (24%)
  • India (18%)
  • Japan (10%)
  • Malaysia (6%)
  • Moldova (20%)
  • New Zealand (15%)
  • Norway (25%)
  • Russia (20%)
  • Saudi Arabia (15%)
  • Singapore (7% – 9%)
  • South Africa (15%)
  • South Korea (10%)
  • Switzerland (7.7%)
  • Taiwan (5%)
  • Thailand (7%)
  • Turkey (20%)
  • UK (20%)
  • Ukraine (20%)
  • United Arab Emirates (5%)
  • United States (depending on customer location, some states can have more than one tax added, counties and cities may require taxes)

The list of countries and states will be expanded in the future, depending on the local VAT, GST (or other sales tax) laws. Values provided in this list can be changed at any time, and they are an approximation only. Other countries might have taxes that are not listed here. The real tax rate is displayed at checkout.

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