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Hi - I'm pulling together a few listing pages using multiple shortcodes (only now realising how powerful this feature is). Each of the listing entries (as they're in multiple categories) look something like this when I put them, in the article:

 

[jreviews type=listings" listing_id="5822" fields="jr_address, jr_reviewsummary" tn_position="right" tn_size="300x200" cat_auto="0] 

 

That works fine but I have a few questions...

  • How do I stop the category appearing? cat_auto doesn't seem to do that
  • Can I stop the field titles from automatically appearing? E.g. stop the address field showing "address" before the actual field data?

Any help appreciated!

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