WiscWeb - WordPress UW Theme - Shortcode List
This is a list of the known shortcodes that are available for the UW Theme.
Allows you to place a search box in a text block of your site. It will utilize whichever search you have set in the Customizer of your project (default WordPress search or Google Custom Search).
Please note that if you do not have any search set in the Customizer, this will not work.
This will place a list of your social media links in a text block. It will pull from the ones you have listed in the footer of your site via the Customizer.
This is not customizable. It will show all of the icons you have listed in the footer.
Please note that there will be a little padding to the left of your icon set. This cannot be removed.
Similar to the social shortcode, this will place the contact information that you have listed in the footer into a text block. This is drawn from the info you have added to the Customizer.
This will pull all contact information from the Customizer including campus address, map links, contact email, and contact phone number.
Please note that this will be slightly indented from the left.
Pull news content into your site from any RSS feed URL.
The only required parameter is the URL: [uw-rss-feed url="addurlhere"]
Other parameter options include listing a title, a description, setting maximum number of posts, and adding a "more" link URL.
Usage: [uw-rss-feed url="http://rss.example.com/feed.xml" title="Example Title" description="Example description." more-link="http://example.com" max-posts="10"]
A WordPress plugin to interface with the UW-Madison Events Calendar (http://today.wisc.edu)
The only required parameter is the URL: [uwmadison_events url="addurlhere"]
Other parameter options include limiting the number of events that show, grouping events based on date, adding in a title, and showing individual event descriptions.
Usage: [uwmadison_events url="http://today.wisc.edu/events/tag/film" limit=4 grouped=1 title="Film Events" show_description=1]
Contribute via GitHub - also includes shortcode examples: https://github.com/UWMadisonUcomm/uwmadison_events-wp
A feature of the Events Calendar Pro plugin that allows you to place a countdown clock on a page of your site
First, create an event to count down to. Then, paste the shortcode on a page and pass either the ID or slug of the event into the shortcode to call out the event.
Other parameter options include adding a title, showing the seconds view, and showing a completion message.
Slug Usage: [tribe_event_countdown slug="your-slug-here" title="This is your countdown clock title" show_seconds="yes" complete="This event is complete"]
ID Usage: [tribe_event_countdown id="392" title="This is your countdown clock title" show_seconds="yes" complete="This event is complete"]
More information can be found here: https://theeventscalendar.com/knowledgebase/pro-widget-shortcodes/#countdown-shortcode