Here’s a list of all the shortcodes you can use, and their options.

Displaying text in a paragraph

Especially when you’re a crypto blogger, you may want to display real-time price information inline in your paragraphs. This is done with the [wpcrypto_text] shortcode.

Options

  • coin: the ID of the coin. Example: ethereum.
  • type: what info do you want to display? Possibilities are price, change_24h, volume_24h, marketcap.
  • icon: whether or not to show an icon before the text. Possible values are true or false.
  • currency: which currency to display prices in? Example: GBP.

Example

Displaying a list

Displaying a list of cryptocurrencies, along with their information, is done with the [wpcrypto_list] shortcode.

Options

  • coins: a list of coins that should be displayed. Example: bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin, neo.
  • type: what info should be displayed? Posibilities are price, marketcap, volume.
  • currency: which currency to display prices in? Example: AUD.
  • orderby: how to order the list? Possibilities: list, ranking, change, price.

Example

Displaying a grid

Displaying a beautiful grid of coins, along with their info, is done with the [wpcrypto_grid] shortcode.

Options

  • coins: a list of coins that should be displayed. Example: bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin, neo.
  • type: what info should be displayed? Posibilities are price, marketcap, volume.
  • currency: which currency to display prices in? Example: AUD.
  • orderby: how to order the list? Possibilities: list, ranking, change, price.
  • columns: how many columns should the grid have?

Example

Displaying only a coin SVG icon

Display an icon with the [wpcrypto_icon] shortcode.

Options

  • coin: the coin you want to display an icon for. Example: ethereum-classic.
  • size: a number representing the size in pixels. Defaults to 25.

Example