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Filtering lectures

The shortcodes that display a collection of lectures accept further arguments to narrow down the lectures to a subset. These are
  • tags="tag1,tag2" where the tag codes are the internal codes for the lecture tags. Type data.org.tagLabels in the javascript console for the mapping to their translated label.
  • formats="format1, format2" where the format codes are the internal codes for the lecture formats. Type data.org.formatLabels in the javascript console for the mapping to their translated label.
  • topics="topic1, topic2" where the topic codes are the internal codes for the lecture topics
For example, the complete shortcode would look like
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[talque-lecture-list tags="xyz"]
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The quotation marks in WP shortcodes must be the normal ASCII (straight) quotes, and not the left/right quotation marks. If you use the wrong kind of quotation marks then wordpress will ignore the argument. For example, this does not work: [talque-lecture-list tags=“xyz“]

Filtering Sponsors

To display only a subset of the sponsor categories, use
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[talque-sponsor-grid sponsors="cat1,cat2"]
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The internal codes of the sponsor categories can be seen when you type data.org.vendorLabels into the javascript console.

Filtering Exhibitors

To display only a subset of the exhibitor categories, use
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[talque-exhibitors-grid exhibitors="cat1,cat2"]
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The internal codes of the exhibitor categories can be seen when you type data.org.exhibitorLabels into the javascript console.

Referencing Historic Events

The event for which the speaker/lecture/... data is displayed is determined by its organization ID, which you set in the Wordpress admin interface. However, you can override this setting in a shortcode in order to display last year's speakers, for example. All shortcodes accept an optional org-id="..."argument, so for example
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[talque-speaker-grid org-id="xyz123"]
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will display the speakers from the event whose id is xyz123.