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[gdrts_emote_this_list]

This shortcode displays a list of ratings sorted by rating, votes…

List of attributes

  • type: entity and name of the type connected with a dot like this: {entity}.{name} and both are required.
  • series: name of the Emote series. Default: default.
  • class: CSS class for the shortcode wrapper.
  • orderby: sorting of the results list. Supported values: rating, votes, item, id, latest.
  • order: sorting order. Supported values: ASC, DESC.
  • limit: number of results to display. Default: 5.
  • rating_min: minimal rating to show. Default: 0.
  • votes_min: minimal number of votes: Default: 0.
  • template: name of the template to use for display. Supported values: default. List of templates can be expanded, and a list of all available templates is listed on the Templates panel in Information menu. This shortcode can use templates listed under Like This / Single Block.
  • alignment: alignment of the rating block. Supported values: left, right, center, none.
  • style_theme: CSS theme to use to style the thumbs block. Supported values: basic, standard, standard-overlay, button.
  • style_type: what to use, font icons or images. Supported values: image.
  • style_image_name: name of the image to use: Supported values: emoji-one, emoticons.
  • style_size: size in pixels for the font icon or image.
  • style_class: additional CSS class to add to rating block wrapper.
  • terms: comma separated list of Term ID’s. Used only for posts.
  • authors: comma separated list of author ID’s. Used only for posts.
  • period: list based on the votes for the specified period. Supported values: default, range, latest.
  • period_latest: predefined period. Supported values: day, week, two-weeks, month, year, last-month.
  • period_range_from: from date, in the mySQL format (0000-00-00 00:00:00).
  • period_range_to: from date, in the mySQL format (0000-00-00 00:00:00).

Basic Example

[gdrts_emote_this_list type="posts.post" limit=10
template="shortcode" style_size=20]

Ratings filtered by terms Example

[gdrts_emote_this_list type="posts.post" limit=10
terms="1, 4, 13, 122"]
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