Displays activity feed of the user.
Displays a default profile page with common elements all set up.
Displays a text area for adding an activity post.
Displays a drop-down list of alerts for the user.
Displays an icon for pending friendship requests.
Displays an icon for unread messages.
Displays a user’s avatar.
Displays the form to let users upload an avatar.
Displays a link to let a user change their avatar.
Displays a reward badge, revealing to show progress.
Displays a calendar for your site.
Displays an area to add a comment to an event.
Displays a link back to the calendar (from single event view).
Displays button for users to close their account.
Displays a directory of your site members. For distance to work with a user, it requires that user to have saved their profile via Edit Profile with Town/City and Country.
Displays a search feature for your directory.
Display the user’s display name, as set on the Edit Profile page.
Displays a profile extension.
Displays multiple profile extensions values.
Allows a user to make a profile as a favourite, to appear at the top of their friends list (if friends).
Displays a list of favourite activity posts.
Displays topics (and replies if style is set to ‘classic’) of a forum.
Displays a link back to the forum topics. Only shown when viewing a single topic.
Displays child forums as setup in Edit Forum.
This shortcode, whilst it still works, has been replaced with [wps-forum-reply].
Displays a text area to add a reply to a forum topic. Only shown when viewing a single topic.
Displays a ready made page for a forum.
Displays a textarea for adding a forum topic.
Displays a forum search feature.
Displays forum search results.
Inserts ShareThis code added to a forum.
Flexible way to show forum posts.
Displays a top level of all forums.
Only displays content viewing a list of forum posts.
Only displays content when viewing a single forum post with replies/comments.
Only displays content when the browser (user) is logged in.
Allows the user to manage their forum subscriptions.
Displays a user’s friends.
Displays the number of friends (accepted or pending) a user has.
Displays pending friendship requests for the current user.
Displays a button to make a request to another user as a friend.
Displays the friendship status of a user with the current user.
Displays a grid of gallery albums.
Displays a user’s gallery.
Displays a list of gallery albums.
Displays a link or button to user’s gallery.
Displays group activity.
Displays the group administrator.
Displays a link back to the group, from page with [wps-group-members].
Displays a form to create a group.
Displays a link to delete the group (group admin only).
Displays a link to edit the group (group admin only).
Displays the group description.
Returns the ID of the group.
Displays the group image.
Displays a button to join the group.
Displays members of a group.
Displays a link to a page to display members of a group.
Displays a group activity post text area.
Displays the group name.
Returns the URL of the group.
Hides content if users are not friends.
Displays when a user was last active.
Displays when a user last logged in.
Displays login and/or registration forms.
Displays a link or button to join a site (multisite only).
Displays your private messages.
Allows users to set a message that is shown at the top of every mail conversation they are involved in.
Displays a link back to private messages page.
Displays a reply text area for a message.
Displays a text area to send a message.
Displays the recipients of a mail message.
Adds a search feature to your messages.
Allow users to send messages to a user directly.
Displays groups that the user is a member of.
Checks for a valid user and displays an option message.
Only displays content when the browser (user) is not logged in.
Displays the reward total given to a user.
Displays content if reward total met.
Displays the rewards given to users.
A very flexible way to display any WordPress post content.
Allows the user to subscribe to a forum for new posts.
Allows the user to subscribe to a single forum post for replies.
Hides content if no user found.
Outputs the user ID of the current user, or if on a profile page, that user ID.
Displays a profile value (meta) of a user, including standard WordPress meta values such as display_name.
Displays a button to link to a URL, passing the user’s ID as a parameter.
Displays profile fields for the user, which they can edit. This is their Edit Profile page.
Displays a link to the Edit Profile page.