wp-pic-query

Use wp-pic-query to output a set of plugins based on a query

The wp-pic-query shortcode is used to output a set of a plugin based on a query you specify.

All of the wp-pic shortcode attributes apply as well. You may need to change type to 'theme' if you are querying for themes.

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Here are the available parameters.

search (default empty)

Search the plugin or theme directory for a keyword. Example of retrieving plugins that have to do with higlighting.

[wp-pic-query search="highlight"]

tag (default empty, can be comma-separated)

Search for a specific plugin or theme tag.

[wp-pic-query tag="dark,four-columns" per_page="4" type="theme" layout="wordpress" align="center" ajax="yes" cols="2"]

author (default empty, WordPress.org username)

Retrieve a list of plugins or themes based on the .org username.

[wp-pic-query author="automattic" per_page="6" type="plugin" layout="wordpress" align="center" ajax="yes" cols="2"]

user (default empty, WordPress.org username)

Retrieve a user's favorite plugins.

[wp-pic-query user="briKou" per_page="4" type="plugin" layout="wordpress" align="center" ajax="yes" cols="2"]

browse (default empty)

Browse, if specified, can have the following values.

  • featured

  • popular

  • updated

  • favorites

[wp-pic-query browse="popular" per_page="6" type="plugin" layout="card" margin="1rem" ajax="yes" cols="2"]

per_page (default 24)

How many results should be returned.

[wp-pic-query tag="buddypress" per_page="2" type="theme" layout="large" align="center" align="center"]

cols (default 2)

This is an appearance attribute. Choose from 1 to 3 columns for the output.

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