Most of the plugin’s functionality is exposed on the front-end of the site through shortcodes embedded on automatically created pages. The code controlling those shortcodes can be found in the classes in
The product shortcode can be used to include one or more products on other pages or posts on the WordPress site. Click the “Add Products” button above the editor to select products or build a dynamic query to include in the page.
While the shortcode can be built using the button, it can also be created manually. It accepts a number of optional attributes:
id- A comma delimited list of BigCommerce product IDs
post_id- A comma delimited list of WordPress product post IDs
sku- A comma delimited list of BigCommerce product SKUs
category- A comma delimited list of Product Category slugs
brand- A comma delimited list of Brand slugs
featured- Set to 1 to limit the query to featured products
sale- Set to 1 to limit the query to sale products recent - Set to 1 to limit the query to products imported in the last 2 days (filter the duration with the bigcommerce/query/recent_days filter)
search- A search string to match against product titles, BigCommerce product IDs, or SKUs
paged- Set to 0 to disable pagination
per_page- The number of products to show per page. Defaults to the value set in the theme customizer.
order- Whether to sort products in “ASC” or “DESC” order
orderby- Which field to use for sorting. Accepts any field that WP_Query accepts (e.g., title, date)
[bigcommerce_signin_form]- The form for users to log in to the site. If user registration is enabled, it will also give a link to the registration page.
[bigcommerce_registration_form]- A form to register a new customer account.
[bigcommerce_cart]- The items currently in the customer’s cart.
[bigcommerce_account_profile]- A form to update the customer’s profile.
[bigcommerce_order_history]- A list of the customer’s past orders.
[bigcommerce_shipping_address_list]- A list of the customer’s shipping addresses, and forms to add, remove, or update addresses.