After popular request, we’ve updated and improved the [progenies] shortcode. It used to only show the littermates from a single given litter. Not anymore.
From now on, the [progenies] shortcode will give you the progenies of the litters given, and of the parents given. You can specific several of both within one shortcode. Please note that it shows all of the progenies from all the litters and animals you provide as argument (it obviously automatically removes duplicates.)
Here is the new code:
[progenies litters="ID1,ID2,ID3" parents="ANIMAL1,ANIMAL2" operator="AND/OR"]
We replaced argument ‘litter’ with its plural form and you can add several litter IDs separated by commas. You can use one only if you prefer. Same if you want to retrieve the progenies of one or several animals, just add them using ‘parents’ and the animal IDs separated with a comma.
Showing progenies of two animals
Please note that this is not going to select the progenies they have had together, it will select all progenies these animals had (together, or with other partners.)
Showing progenies that two animals had together (from all their litters)
Please note that this is going to select the progenies they have had together, and only together.
Showing progenies of one litter
[progenies litters="67"] ...you could have used [progenies litters="67,99,174"] to show progenies of these three given litters!
This is basically the same as above: parents 10 and 8 only had one litter together.