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StaffList is a WordPress plugin that makes it easy to build and maintain a sortable/searchable table of contact records. The plugin uses shortcodes that can be inserted into WordPress posts or pages. This page is simple demo of how StaffList appears in a page, but some additional information about how to use StaffList shortcodes is provided below the demo.
For this demo, sample data of The Simpsons characters was provided by Steven Lee (“witwal”) on GitHub.
You can insert the StaffList directory into any WordPress page or post using the shortcode:
If you wish to change the default number of rows from 20 per page, use the shortcode attribute:[stafflist rows=50]
If you wish to use just a subset of records, use the shortcode attribute:
If you have a column in your StaffList called “Building” and wish to show records from Building A and Building B, use:
Searches are performed as you type and when the enter key is pressed.
If you wish to limit this function to just enter (or just type), use:
[stafflist on="enter"] or [stafflist on="type"]
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