You can use the wrapper parameter to change the bulleted (unordered) list to a numbered (ordered) list: Example: But what if you want the numbers to go in reverse? Example: Once the code at the bottom of this post has been added to your site, you can reverse an ordered list by adding reversed=”true”.
On Dog Food Advisor we use Display Posts to dynamically list the best dog foods based on different criteria. In some areas we wanted to display these results as a table: The code below updates the listing to a table when the layout=”editors-choice” parameter is set. Shortcode Code
The Post Grid styling works great if you know how many posts will be returned, but it doesn’t look good to have a single post in a 3 column grid. The code below will add an additional class to the wrapper indicating the number of posts in the result (ex: count-4). You can then adjust […]
Display Posts outputs an unordered list (<ul>) by default, but you can change this to an ordered list or div using If you would prefer a different wrapping element, like a <section>, you can use the following: