[[cast-page]]

Displays a list of characters added to the system. The description of the character is made in the comic -> characters section of the wp-admin

Arguments:

limit=#

default=” empty, display all

order=(asc/desc)

default=desc
The orderby is by ‘count’ the count of how many comics the character has been in. The order= determines whether to show the characters who has been in the most comics or the least amount of comics at the top of the page.

character=character_slug_name

specify an individual character to display instead of all

chapter=#

specifying a chapter here will allow you to only get cast members from that specific chapter, use the parent story ID # to get the entire

image=(0/1)

1 = show cast-pic images section
0 = don’t add the section for images associated with the character (css code disabled)

Images are added to the cast-page with CSS. CSS default width is 150px and height is 150px; to add an image for each character the CSS entity (which doesn’t exist in the css you have to add it) is

.character-<slug-name>

For example, if you have a character named Diablo, and the slug for that character is ‘diablo’ the CSS entity to use is

.character-diablo { }

To add the image to the css entity you would use the css element “background” like this:

.character-diablo {
     background: url('http://comiceasel.com/images/diablo.jpg') top center no-repeat;
}

Which will then use that image specified in the url() section

stats=(0/1)

default = 1
1 = show statistical information on most recent, how many and last seen links
0 = don’t show stats


FAQ

Warning: A site with HUGE amount of characters, the ‘stats’ can bog the system down and use up more memory then available with low end hosting. It’s best to set stats=0 on that hosting.