Weight Tracker Documentation

Documentation and tips for setting up Weight Tracker on your WordPress site.

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[wt-photo-oldest]

The following shortcode is only available in the Pro Plus version of the plugin.

Render the the oldest photo (a custom field) uploaded by the user.

Shortcode Arguments

The shortcode supports the following arguments:

Argument Description Options Example
css-class Specify an additional CSS class for the photo frame. String (empty by default) [wt-photo-oldest css-class="a-css-class"]
custom-fields-to-use Keys of one or more (custom field) photo keys to display within the shortcode. All enabled photo fields that aren't hidden from shortcodes. [wt-photo-oldest custom-fields-to-use="3,4" ]
error-message Message to display if a relevant photo could not be found. String. Defaults to an in-build message. [wt-photo-oldest error-message="No photo!!"]
height Allows you to specify the maximum height for the photo. It is best to specify the width argument as well. Number (default: 200). [wt-photo-oldest height="400" width="400"]
hide-date If set to true, hide the date that is displayed. True or false (default) [wt-photo-oldest hide-date=true]
maximum Maximum number of photos to render. Numeric [wt-photo-oldest maximum=3]
width Allows you to specify the maximum width for the photo. It is best to specify the height argument as well. Number (default: 200). [wt-photo-oldest height="400" width="400"]
user-id By default, the shortcode will display the oldest photo for the current user. You can display the oldest photo for another user by setting this argument to the relevant user ID. Numeric [wt-photo-oldest user-id="1"]