How to retain format when using echo do_shortcode([wcfm_stores])

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Multi Vendor Marketplace Plugin | WCFM Marketplace Forums WC Marketplace How to retain format when using echo do_shortcode([wcfm_stores])

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      Hi, I really like your Store List feature using shortcode, so I want to use it on one of my web pages. However, I needed some conditional logic before displaying a certain set of the store list, for example:
      if( is_user_logged_in() %% wcfm_get_membership() == ’73’ ) {echo do_shortcode( ‘[wcfm_stores include_membership=”74″ has_map=”no”]’, true);}
      The logic works, but the nice format of the store list is totally lost and the Search functions on the left sidebar are no where to be found. So, how can I achieve the original store list format and still include this conditional logic. Thanks very much for your help in advance.

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