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

List of attributes

  • type: entity and name of the type connected with the dot like this: {entity}.{name} and both are required.
  • class: CSS class for the shortcode wrapper.
  • orderby: sorting of the results list. Supported values: rating, votes, item, id, latest, sum.
  • 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: shortcode, widget and more. List of templates can be expanded, and list of all available templates is listed on the Templates panel in Information menu. This shortcode can use templates listed under Stars Rating / Ratings List.
  • style_theme: styling theme to use. Supported values: default.
  • style_show_grid: the grid is displayed under the slider. Supported values: true, false.
  • style_show_minmax: min and max values are displayed at the ends of the slider. Supported values: true, false.
  • style_show_rating: floating rating badge next to the slider. Supported values: true, false.
  • style_show_label: label is current slider value above the slider. Supported values: true, false.
  • 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_slider_rating_list type="" limit=10

Ratings for the past month Example

[gdrts_slider_rating_list type="" limit=10
period="latest" period_latest="month"]
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