Toggle Post Filter, Slider Button – Shortcode Parameters

This is a feature of the premium plugin. Tag Groups Premium

Note: This shortcode is also available as Gutenberg block. You can configure the block without using any code or parameters. Read more about the block options.

If you don’t know what is a shortcode and how to use it, you first may want to read this article.

This button opens the menu of the Toggle Post Filter, if you you selected the left or right slider as menu layout. Alternatively you can also use your own button and give it the class “tg_dpf_slider_toggle_button”.

Shortcode

[tag_groups_tpf_slider_button]

Example

[tag_groups_tpf_slider_button theme="light"]

Data Types

  • string: A text. For identifiers that won’t be visible to visitors you often have to replace spaces with _ or -. If the string contains spaces, you need to wrap it in quotes.
  • integer: A number without decimal places.
  • 0 or 1: 0 turns the feature off and 1 on.

Parameters

This overview assumes that you know how to use shortcodes. Shortcodes are the traditional WordPress way how to add features into posts, pages and widgets.

button_text

Text for the button

DefaultPossible ValuesExample
“Filter”stringbutton_text="Refine your search"

theme

Select a theme. Currently we have “dark” and “light”.

DefaultPossible ValuesExample
“light”stringtheme="dark"

button_class

Optional CSS identifier for the button. It will be added to the internal CSS class name “tg_dpf_slider_toggle_button”.

DefaultPossible ValuesExample
emptystringbutton_class="my-button"

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