The plugin gives users the oportunity to embed a directory of Members of a site within any page.
When using the shortcode [blog_members] when
writing in the content of any page, the user includes in the page, a
list of all Members of that site.
I am working on adding the ability to set options, such as hide_admin, hide_empty, etc…
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
Download the blog-members-shortcode.zip file to a directory of your
choice(preferably the wp-content/plugins folder)
Unzip the blog-members-shortcode.zip file into the wordpress
plugins directory: ‘wp-content/plugins/’
Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Include the [blog_members] shortcode in any page you wish to include the blog_members display.
- How do I use the plugin?
When you write or edit the content of a page, simply include
[blog_members] (along with the brackets) whenever you want the directory to
be displayed. Make sure you activate the plugin before you use the
- Why is the Members Directory not displayed, even though I included the shorttag ?
The plugin probably has not yet been activated.
- Why does my posted content also show the shortcode [blog_members]?
At the moment, the blog-members-directory-shortcode plugin only works when used
in pages. The content displayed by the plugin table probably
malfunctioned if you used the shortcode in a post.
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Contributors & Developers
“Blog Members Directory shortcode” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- First draft of the plugin. It’s not parameterizable yet, but works.