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Show a specific tour on a single page in WordPress

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Creating a page in WordPress that only shows a specific type of tour or a specific tour is supported using the Rezgo shortcode with specific variables.  Follow these instructions to create a page on your WordPress site that shows tours based on tags or SKU:

  1. In the WordPress sidebar, click on “Pages”.
  2. Click on “Add New”.
  3. In the page content, place the following short code along with the variables you require:

Tour Details Page
[rezgo_shortcode rezgo_page=”tour_details” com=”12345″]
(replace 12345 with the SKU of the tour you wish to display)

Tours Based on Tags
[rezgo_shortcode tags=”shopping”]

To show a combination location search and tags
[rezgo_shortcode search_in=”location” search_for=”Las Vegas” tags=”shopping,gambling”]

The benefit of creating specific tour pages is that you can optimize each page with keywords and descriptions that are unique to the tour details.  This method is ideal for creating tags that combine locations and tags together.  For example, creating a page that shows all shopping tours in Las Vegas (in the above example).

There is no restriction to the number of pages that can be created using the shortcodes.


4 thoughts on “Show a specific tour on a single page in WordPress

  1. if I add shortcode for a specific tour to my wordpress sidebar it shows up fine…but then if the user clicks on the tour that appears in the sidebar, the tour page opens up in the sidebar area. It should direct to a new page – how can I fix this?

  2. That’s great but there is no info on how to find the SKU. I know it’s ID but it’s only available in URL of the page and nowhere else.
    For an average user this is far from obvious.
    And should I mention that wp plugin repository is hosting outdated rezgo plugin which doesn’t work actually.

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