Series Post List Template
The Series Post List Template is used to display all posts belonging to a series on the single page of a post in the series.
By default, PublishPress Series inserts the contents of this template into your blog whenever a post page is displayed for a post that belongs to a series. You can disable this by unchecking the “Display series post list box?” checkbox in the PublishPress Series settings.
Let's take a look at a screenshot of the Series Post List templates:
Next, notice the
%tokens% that are used:
%series_icon_linked%– If the series has an image associated with it then it will be displayed in acontainer with the class “center”
%postcontent%– the location of this tag tells Organize Series that I want the Series PostList Template contents to be placed before the post content of the post.
%post_title_list%– is a marker token that tells organize series where I want the list of posts in that series to be placed.
%post_title_list% is surround by
</ul> tags? The Series Post List Title Template indicates how each post in the list of posts will be outputted.
The functions (“template tags”) that call these templates are:
wp_postlist_display()– calls the Series Post List Template and replaces the tokens with series related information.
get_series_posts()– alls the contents of the “Series Post List Post Title Template” and “Series Post List Current Post Title Template” and replaces the
%tokens%in them. It does have arguments that can be passed to it and if you must get into it now, it is documented in the