The basic shortcode using all default options is simply:

There are many optional parameters you can add to the shortcode to customize the output of the themes list. They are the same options as you see in the widget:

display_type – Possible values: no/false, dropdown, list. As the values imply, you can show the themes in dropdown/select or an unordered list. For example:

show_theme_parent – Possible values: yes (default) or no. This controls display of the parent theme when it also has children. If set to ‘yes’ the parent and child will be displayed. If set to ‘no’ only child themes will be displayed. Also included in the display will be base themes which do not have child themes associated. For example:

show_theme_groups – Possible values: yes (default) or no. This option is only used if the ‘show_theme_parent’ option is set as ‘yes’. If set to ‘yes’ this option will display the parent/child themes represented in a hierarchy output. Meaning the child theme will be shown indented beneath the parent theme. If set to ‘no’ the parent and child themes will be displayed in a normal output. For example:

show_theme_parent_folder – Possible values: yes (default) or no. This option depends on how your themes are organized within the /wp-content/themes/ directory. WordPress allows you to nest your themes into sub-directories. So for example you may group your themes into sub-directories like /wp-content/themes/Free, /wp-content/themes/Premium. WordPress only supports one level of sub-directory. If you have your themes organized within sub-directories and this option is set to ‘yes’ the plugin will display the output with an outer level of the hierarchy. The sub-directory name will be used as the label for this outer level. For example:

show_theme_version – Possible values: yes (default) or no. When set to ‘yes’ this will include the theme version as part of the theme name. If set to ‘no’ the version will not be shown. For example:

show_theme_parent_filter – Value: theme directory text. Using this option you can limit the output of the themes to a partial listing. For example if your themes are organized into sub-directories (see notes on ‘show_theme_parent_folder’ option) and one of the sub-directories is named ‘Free’ then setting this option to ‘Free’ will show only themes within that sub-directory. Also, you can set this option to be a specific parent theme. As a second example assume you have a number of child themes based on the WordPress TwentyThirteen theme. You can set this option to ‘twentythirteen’ and the parent and any child themes only will be displayed. (This option is not available in the widget.) For example:

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