WordPoints provides several different shortcodes which you can use. If you are unfamiliar with the basic usage of shortcodes, you can read up on it here.
Many of the shortcodes have a
points_type attribute, which you can use to specify which points type you want the shortcode to be in reference to. If you have set a default points type, you can omit this attribute, and the default will be assumed. Note that the value of the
points_type attribute must be the slug of the points type, and not its name. You can read these instructions on how to find the slug for a points type if you’re not sure how.
[wordpoints_points]— Display the points of a user.
[wordpoints_points_top]— Display a list of the top users based on their points.
[wordpoints_points_logs]— Display a table of entries from the points transaction logs.
[wordpoints_how_to_get_points]— Display a list of ways users can earn points.
[wordpoints_user_rank]— Display the rank of a user.