dostępne shortkody dla wtyczki Display Posts Shortcode

przykład:

https://github.com/billerickson/display-posts-shortcode/blob/master/README.md#display-posts-shortcode

Display Posts Shortcode

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Tags: shortcode, pages, posts, page, query, display, list
Requires at least: 3.0
Tested up to: 4.6.0
Stable tag: 2.7.0

Display a listing of posts using the

shortcode

Description

The Display Posts Shortcode was written to allow users to easily display listings of posts without knowing PHP or editing template files.

Add the shortcode in a post or page, and use the arguments to query based on tag, category, post type, and many other possibilities. You can also customize the output with parameters like: include_date, include_excerpt, and image_size.

Installation

  1. Upload display-posts-shortcode to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.
  3. Add the shortcode to a post or page.

Parameters

author
Specify the post author
Default: empty
Example:

category
Specify the category slug, or comma separated list of category slugs
Default: empty
Example:

category_display
Specify ‚true’ to display the categories the current post is in. Specify a taxonomy slug (e.g., ‚post_tag’) to list a different taxonomy
Default: empty
Example:

category_label
If using category_display, specify the label that appears before the list of categories.
Default: „Posted in: ”
Example:

content_class
Specify the class name used for the post content
Default: content
Example:

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    Kod śledzenia między 2 domenami

     
    (function(i,s,o,g,r,a,m){i['GoogleAnalyticsObject']=r;i[r]=i[r]||function(){
    (i[r].q=i[r].q||[]).push(arguments)},i[r].l=1*new Date();a=s.createElement(o),
    m=s.getElementsByTagName(o)[0];a.async=1;a.src=g;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m)
    })(window,document,'script','//www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js','ga');
    ga('create', 'UA-6815592d1-1', 'auto', {'allowLinker': true});
    ga('require', 'linker');
    ga('linker:autoLink', ['bl.com.pl'] );
    ga('require', 'displayfeatures');
    ga('send', 'pageview');
    ff
  • Wyłączenie aktualizacji pluginu

    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/17897044/wordpress-how-to-disable-plugin-update

    OPCJA 1

    Put this code in the theme functions.php file. This is working for me and I’m using it. Also this is for specific plugin. Here you need to change plugin main file url to match to that of your plugin.

     function my_filter_plugin_updates( $value ) {
       if( isset( $value->response['facebook-comments-plugin/facebook-comments.php'] ) ) {        
          unset( $value->response['facebook-comments-plugin/facebook-comments.php'] );
        }
        return $value;
     }
     add_filter( 'site_transient_update_plugins', 'my_filter_plugin_updates' );

    Here:

    „facebook-comments-plugin” => facebook comments plugin folder name

    „facebook-comments.php” => plugin main file.this may be different like index.php

    Hope this would be help.

     

    OPCJA 2

     

    he simplest and effective way is to change the version of the plugin which you don’t want to get update. For an example if I don’t want wptouch to get updated, I open it’s defination file, which is like:

    /*
        Plugin Name: WPtouch Mobile Plugin
        Plugin URI: http://www.wptouch.com/
        Version: 4.0.4
    
    */

    Here in the Version change 4.0.4 to 9999 like:

    /*
        Plugin Name: WPtouch Mobile Plugin
        Plugin URI: http://www.wptouch.com/
        Version: 9999
    
    */
    shareimprove this answer
  • Ochrona danych osobowych (RODO) a marketing, od maja 2018
    • „Przepisy nie będą dokładnie określać, w jaki sposób zabezpieczać dane. Każdy, kto je gromadzi i przetwarza, będzie musiał podjąć decyzję, jak to robić, a organ nadzorczy to sprawdzi”
    • Użytkownicy otrzymujący natrętne smsy lub e-maile będą mogli zgłosić tę sytuację do UODO. Prezes może zdecydować o ograniczeniu sposobu korzystania z danych osobowych wyłącznie do ich posiadania.

    Bibliografia: Maciej Deja, Głos Wielkopolski, poniedziałek 25 września 2017 „Będzie rewolucja w ochronie danych osobowych”

  • Dodanie do woocommerce brutto i netto

    zapytanie-ze-schowka

     

    https://tomjesch.com/display-woocommerce-products-with-and-without-tax/

     

    Display WooCommerce products with and without tax

    I’ve recently run into the problem that is not possible for a WooCommerce shop to display both VAT and EX. VAT prices at the same time. Though this was possible in earlier version (if I remember correctly).

    Sure, there are many plugins that are able to change the price suffix, but finding the right plugin can become a lengthy process and I like to code these fixes myself, but more importantly: it keeps your WordPress install clean from unnecessary code.

    WooCommerce provides a lot of actions and filters which allows developers to change or add elements to their WooCommerce shop. The hook we need is the ‘woocommerce_price_html’, which allows us to change the way a price is displayed in the shop overview and on the product page.

    Using WooCommerce settings

    As stated by Noel in the comments section, all of this is achievable in the WooCommerce setting.
    Log in to your admin dashboard and navigate to (depending on your language):

    WooCommerce > Settings > Tax

    And scroll down to: ‘Price Display Suffix’ or in Dutch: Prijsweergave-achtervoegsel.

    If you are displaying the prices including VAT, you’ll have to add the following to the field:

    {price_excluding_tax}

    If you are displaying the prices excluding VAT, you’ll need to add:

    {price_including_tax}

    By hovering over the question mark, you’ll receive some detailed explanation on it’s usage.

    Applying tax/vat to all WooCommerce products

    Whilst using the WooCommerce settings is the most easiest way, you can also achieve it by filtering the WooCommerce price by adding our own function. This allows us to add our own classes with which we can style our price with!

    Copy the code below into your functions.php to display both product prices, with and without taxes.

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    function edit_price_display() {
      $product = new WC_Product( get_the_ID() );
      $price = $product->price;
      $price_incl_tax = $price + round($price * ( 21 / 100 ), 2);
      $price_incl_tax = number_format($price_incl_tax, 2, ",", ".");
      $price = number_format($price, 2, ",", ".");
      $display_price = '<span class="price">';
      $display_price .= '<span class="amount">€ ' . $price_incl_tax .'<small class="woocommerce-price-suffix"> incl BTW</small></span>';
      $display_price .= '<br>';
      $display_price .= '<span class="amount">€ ' . $price .'<small class="woocommerce-price-suffix"> excl BTW</small></span>';
      $display_price .= '</span>';
      echo $display_price;
    }
    add_filter('woocommerce_price_html', 'edit_price_display');

    * Note that I live in the Netherlands, so we generally pay 21% taxes on our goods. To be sure, double check the tax percentage you pay in your country.

    The ‘woocommerce_price_html’ hook is called everytime a product is displayed your screen.
    – On line 2 and 3 we use the product ID to get it’s price.
    – On the 4th line we calculate the amount of tax (21% of the normal price), round off the tax amount to 2 decimal behind the comma and add it to the original price.
    – From line 6 to 12 we display the orginal price as well as the price including tax using the default WooCommerce price markup.
    – Finally we echo the $display_price, in which we’ve save out HTML code.

    Because we made use of the default WooCommerce classes, we let WooCommerce do all the hard work of styling the price output (we’re programmers, not designers :P).

    Applying tax/vat to specific WooCommerce products

    Below is an edit of the code above, allowing the code to function only for specific products by using their ID.
    I’ve only added an if statement that compares the current product with the desired ID. I would only apply this for a maximum of 5 products, to keep everything neat and clean and. For even more products you should look at adding custom meta fields (like a checkbox) to a WooCommerce product in the WordPress dashboard, which is a more user friendly solution for those who aren’t experienced programmers.

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    function edit_price_display() {
      $product = new WC_Product( get_the_ID() );
      if($product->id == 'ID'){
        $price = $product->price;
        $price_incl_tax = $price + round($price * ( 21 / 100 ), 2);
        
        $price_incl_tax = number_format($price_incl_tax, 2, ",", ".");
        $price = number_format($price, 2, ",", ".");
        $display_price = '<span class="price">';
        $display_price .= '<span class="amount">€ ' . $price_incl_tax .'<small class="woocommerce-price-suffix"> incl BTW</small></span>';
        $display_price .= '<br>';
        $display_price .= '<span class="amount">€ ' . $price .'<small class="woocommerce-price-suffix"> excl BTW</small></span>';
        $display_price .= '</span>';
        echo $display_price;
      }
    }
    add_filter('woocommerce_price_html', 'edit_price_display');

    Include and exclude VAT to a WooCommerce variation product price

    The code above only works for the regular entered price in WooCommerce, but what if we have price variations? Simple, we just add one line below the already existing ‘add_filter’ .

    1
    add_filter('woocommerce_variable_price_html', 'edit_price_display');

    With this additional ‘add_filter’ apply our function when WooCommerce calls the price for a product with several variations. This allows us to keep our code clean; creating functionality once and adding it to several WooCommerce filters!

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    function edit_price_display() {
      $product = new WC_Product( get_the_ID() );
      $price = $product->price;
      $price_incl_tax = $price + round($price * ( 21 / 100 ), 2);
      
      $price_incl_tax = number_format($price_incl_tax, 2, ",", ".");
      $price = number_format($price, 2, ",", ".");
      $display_price = '<span class="price">';
      $display_price .= '<span class="amount">€ ' . $price_incl_tax .'<small class="woocommerce-price-suffix"> incl BTW</small></span>';
      $display_price .= '<br>';
      $display_price .= '<span class="amount">€ ' . $price .'<small class="woocommerce-price-suffix"> excl BTW</small></span>';
      $display_price .= '</span>';
      echo $display_price;
    }
    add_filter('woocommerce_price_html', 'edit_price_display');
    add_filter('woocommerce_variable_price_html', 'edit_price_display');

    Comments

  • Van Eyck

    Dyptyk znowu razem

  • prawo – pozyskiwanie kontaktów w lidach

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date_format
Specify the date format used when include_date is true. See Formatting Date and Time on the Codex for more information.
Default: ‚(n/j/Y)’
Example:

date
Specify a date to query for posts published that date. More info on Date Queries
Default: empty
Example:

date_column
Specify which date column to use for all date queries. More info on Date Queries
Default: post_date
Example:

date_compare
Specify the comparison operator used for all date queries. More info on Date Queries
Default: =
Example:

date_query_before
Specify the before argument for a date query. More info on Date Queries
Default: empty
Example:

date_query_after
Specify the after argument for a date query. More info on Date Queries
Default: empty
Example:

date_query_column
Specify the date column used for this query. More info on Date Queries
Default: post_date
Example:

date_query_compare
Specify the comparison operator used for this query. More info on Date Queries
Default: =
Example:

excerpt_length
Specify the number of words used in an excerpt. More information
Default: empty (set by your theme)
Example:

excerpt_more
Specify the more text that appears after the excerpt.
Default: empty (set by your theme)
Example:

excerpt_more_link
Specify whether or not to link the excerpt_more text to the post
Default: false
Example:

exclude_current
Specify whether or not to exclude the current post from the query
Default: false
Example:

id
Specify a specific post ID (or multiple post IDs) to display.
Default: empty
Example:

ignore_sticky_posts
Specify whether or not to ignore sticky posts
Default: false
Example: [displa-posts ignore_sticky_posts=”true”]

image_size
Specify an image size for displaying the featured image, if the post has one. The image_size can be set to thumbnail, medium, large (all controlled from Settings > Media), or a custom image size. See Image Alignment
Default: empty
Example:

include_author
Specify whether or not to include the post’s author name.
Default: false Example:

include_content
Specify whether or not to include the full post content. Note that

will be stripped out of the content to prevent infinite loops
Default: false
Example:
  • Ciekawe tutoriale szyciowe
  • programy afiliacyjne

    https://www.awin.com/pl

  • Kod śledzenia między 2 domenami

    Kod śledzenia między 2 domenami

     
    (function(i,s,o,g,r,a,m){i['GoogleAnalyticsObject']=r;i[r]=i[r]||function(){
    (i[r].q=i[r].q||[]).push(arguments)},i[r].l=1*new Date();a=s.createElement(o),
    m=s.getElementsByTagName(o)[0];a.async=1;a.src=g;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m)
    })(window,document,'script','//www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js','ga');
    ga('create', 'UA-6815592d1-1', 'auto', {'allowLinker': true});
    ga('require', 'linker');
    ga('linker:autoLink', ['bl.com.pl'] );
    ga('require', 'displayfeatures');
    ga('send', 'pageview');
    ff
  • Wyłączenie aktualizacji pluginu

    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/17897044/wordpress-how-to-disable-plugin-update

    OPCJA 1

    Put this code in the theme functions.php file. This is working for me and I’m using it. Also this is for specific plugin. Here you need to change plugin main file url to match to that of your plugin.

     function my_filter_plugin_updates( $value ) {
       if( isset( $value->response['facebook-comments-plugin/facebook-comments.php'] ) ) {        
          unset( $value->response['facebook-comments-plugin/facebook-comments.php'] );
        }
        return $value;
     }
     add_filter( 'site_transient_update_plugins', 'my_filter_plugin_updates' );

    Here:

    „facebook-comments-plugin” => facebook comments plugin folder name

    „facebook-comments.php” => plugin main file.this may be different like index.php

    Hope this would be help.

     

    OPCJA 2

     

    he simplest and effective way is to change the version of the plugin which you don’t want to get update. For an example if I don’t want wptouch to get updated, I open it’s defination file, which is like:

    /*
        Plugin Name: WPtouch Mobile Plugin
        Plugin URI: http://www.wptouch.com/
        Version: 4.0.4
    
    */

    Here in the Version change 4.0.4 to 9999 like:

    /*
        Plugin Name: WPtouch Mobile Plugin
        Plugin URI: http://www.wptouch.com/
        Version: 9999
    
    */
    shareimprove this answer
  • Ochrona danych osobowych (RODO) a marketing, od maja 2018
    • „Przepisy nie będą dokładnie określać, w jaki sposób zabezpieczać dane. Każdy, kto je gromadzi i przetwarza, będzie musiał podjąć decyzję, jak to robić, a organ nadzorczy to sprawdzi”
    • Użytkownicy otrzymujący natrętne smsy lub e-maile będą mogli zgłosić tę sytuację do UODO. Prezes może zdecydować o ograniczeniu sposobu korzystania z danych osobowych wyłącznie do ich posiadania.

    Bibliografia: Maciej Deja, Głos Wielkopolski, poniedziałek 25 września 2017 „Będzie rewolucja w ochronie danych osobowych”

  • Dodanie do woocommerce brutto i netto

    zapytanie-ze-schowka

     

    https://tomjesch.com/display-woocommerce-products-with-and-without-tax/

     

    Display WooCommerce products with and without tax

    I’ve recently run into the problem that is not possible for a WooCommerce shop to display both VAT and EX. VAT prices at the same time. Though this was possible in earlier version (if I remember correctly).

    Sure, there are many plugins that are able to change the price suffix, but finding the right plugin can become a lengthy process and I like to code these fixes myself, but more importantly: it keeps your WordPress install clean from unnecessary code.

    WooCommerce provides a lot of actions and filters which allows developers to change or add elements to their WooCommerce shop. The hook we need is the ‘woocommerce_price_html’, which allows us to change the way a price is displayed in the shop overview and on the product page.

    Using WooCommerce settings

    As stated by Noel in the comments section, all of this is achievable in the WooCommerce setting.
    Log in to your admin dashboard and navigate to (depending on your language):

    WooCommerce > Settings > Tax

    And scroll down to: ‘Price Display Suffix’ or in Dutch: Prijsweergave-achtervoegsel.

    If you are displaying the prices including VAT, you’ll have to add the following to the field:

    {price_excluding_tax}

    If you are displaying the prices excluding VAT, you’ll need to add:

    {price_including_tax}

    By hovering over the question mark, you’ll receive some detailed explanation on it’s usage.

    Applying tax/vat to all WooCommerce products

    Whilst using the WooCommerce settings is the most easiest way, you can also achieve it by filtering the WooCommerce price by adding our own function. This allows us to add our own classes with which we can style our price with!

    Copy the code below into your functions.php to display both product prices, with and without taxes.

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    function edit_price_display() {
      $product = new WC_Product( get_the_ID() );
      $price = $product->price;
      $price_incl_tax = $price + round($price * ( 21 / 100 ), 2);
      $price_incl_tax = number_format($price_incl_tax, 2, ",", ".");
      $price = number_format($price, 2, ",", ".");
      $display_price = '<span class="price">';
      $display_price .= '<span class="amount">€ ' . $price_incl_tax .'<small class="woocommerce-price-suffix"> incl BTW</small></span>';
      $display_price .= '<br>';
      $display_price .= '<span class="amount">€ ' . $price .'<small class="woocommerce-price-suffix"> excl BTW</small></span>';
      $display_price .= '</span>';
      echo $display_price;
    }
    add_filter('woocommerce_price_html', 'edit_price_display');

    * Note that I live in the Netherlands, so we generally pay 21% taxes on our goods. To be sure, double check the tax percentage you pay in your country.

    The ‘woocommerce_price_html’ hook is called everytime a product is displayed your screen.
    – On line 2 and 3 we use the product ID to get it’s price.
    – On the 4th line we calculate the amount of tax (21% of the normal price), round off the tax amount to 2 decimal behind the comma and add it to the original price.
    – From line 6 to 12 we display the orginal price as well as the price including tax using the default WooCommerce price markup.
    – Finally we echo the $display_price, in which we’ve save out HTML code.

    Because we made use of the default WooCommerce classes, we let WooCommerce do all the hard work of styling the price output (we’re programmers, not designers :P).

    Applying tax/vat to specific WooCommerce products

    Below is an edit of the code above, allowing the code to function only for specific products by using their ID.
    I’ve only added an if statement that compares the current product with the desired ID. I would only apply this for a maximum of 5 products, to keep everything neat and clean and. For even more products you should look at adding custom meta fields (like a checkbox) to a WooCommerce product in the WordPress dashboard, which is a more user friendly solution for those who aren’t experienced programmers.

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    function edit_price_display() {
      $product = new WC_Product( get_the_ID() );
      if($product->id == 'ID'){
        $price = $product->price;
        $price_incl_tax = $price + round($price * ( 21 / 100 ), 2);
        
        $price_incl_tax = number_format($price_incl_tax, 2, ",", ".");
        $price = number_format($price, 2, ",", ".");
        $display_price = '<span class="price">';
        $display_price .= '<span class="amount">€ ' . $price_incl_tax .'<small class="woocommerce-price-suffix"> incl BTW</small></span>';
        $display_price .= '<br>';
        $display_price .= '<span class="amount">€ ' . $price .'<small class="woocommerce-price-suffix"> excl BTW</small></span>';
        $display_price .= '</span>';
        echo $display_price;
      }
    }
    add_filter('woocommerce_price_html', 'edit_price_display');

    Include and exclude VAT to a WooCommerce variation product price

    The code above only works for the regular entered price in WooCommerce, but what if we have price variations? Simple, we just add one line below the already existing ‘add_filter’ .

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    add_filter('woocommerce_variable_price_html', 'edit_price_display');

    With this additional ‘add_filter’ apply our function when WooCommerce calls the price for a product with several variations. This allows us to keep our code clean; creating functionality once and adding it to several WooCommerce filters!

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    function edit_price_display() {
      $product = new WC_Product( get_the_ID() );
      $price = $product->price;
      $price_incl_tax = $price + round($price * ( 21 / 100 ), 2);
      
      $price_incl_tax = number_format($price_incl_tax, 2, ",", ".");
      $price = number_format($price, 2, ",", ".");
      $display_price = '<span class="price">';
      $display_price .= '<span class="amount">€ ' . $price_incl_tax .'<small class="woocommerce-price-suffix"> incl BTW</small></span>';
      $display_price .= '<br>';
      $display_price .= '<span class="amount">€ ' . $price .'<small class="woocommerce-price-suffix"> excl BTW</small></span>';
      $display_price .= '</span>';
      echo $display_price;
    }
    add_filter('woocommerce_price_html', 'edit_price_display');
    add_filter('woocommerce_variable_price_html', 'edit_price_display');

    Comments

  • Van Eyck

    Dyptyk znowu razem

  • prawo – pozyskiwanie kontaktów w lidach

    https://prakreacja.pl/pozyskiwanie-leadow/

  • nauka kodowania
  • sklepy szyciowe

    https://www.projektbawelna.pl

include_date
Include the post’s date after the post title. The default format is (7/30/12), but this can be customized using the ‚date_format’ parameter.
Default: empty
Example

include_excerpt
Include the post’s excerpt after the title (and date if provided).
Default: empty
Example:

include_title
Include the post’s title
Default: true
Example:

meta_key
Specify a meta key, for meta queries or ordering
Default: empty
Example:

meta_value
Specify a meta value, for meta queries
Default: empty
Example:

no_posts_message
Specify a message to display if no posts are found
Default: empty
Example:

Sorry, no items are currently on sale

offset
The number of posts to pass over
Default: 0
Example:

order
Specify whether posts are ordered in descending order (DESC) or ascending order (ASC).
Default: DESC
Example:

orderby
Specify what the posts are ordered by. See the available parameters here.
Default: date
Example:

post_parent
Display the pages that are a child of a certain page. You can either specify an ID or ‚current’, which displays the children of the current page.
Default: empty
Example:

post_status
Show posts associated with a certain post status
Default: publish
Example:

post_type
Specify which post type to use. You can use a default one (post or page), or a custom post type you’ve created.
Default: post
Example:

posts_per_page
How many posts to display.
Default: 10
Example:

tag
Display posts from a specific tag, or tags. You must use the tag slug(ex: example-tag), not the tag’s name (ex: Example Tag).
Default: empty
Example:

taxonomy, tax_term, and tax_operator
Use these parameters to do advanced taxonomy queries. Use ‚taxonomy’ for the taxonomy you’d like to query, ‚tax_term’ for the term slug (or terms) you’d like to include, and ‚operator’ to change how the query uses those terms (most likely this field will not be needed). See Multiple Taxonomy Queries
Default: ‚taxonomy’ = empty , ‚tax_term’ = empty , ‚tax_operator’ = ‚IN’
Example:

time
Specify the time, to be used in a date query. More info on Date Queries
Default: empty
Example:

title
Give the list of posts a title heading
Default: empty
Example:

wrapper
What type of HTML should be used to display the listings. It can be an unordered list (ul), ordered list (ol), or divs (div) which you can then style yourself.
Default: ul
Example:

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wrapper_class
Class applied to the wrapper tag for custom css formatting for this instance.
Default: display-posts-listing
Example:

wrapper_id
Specify an unique ID to be used on the wrapper of this listing
Default: empty
Example:

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