Transposed chords are usually played as a 'barre' chords, where your index finger holds down the strings above it. In this way your finger 'shortens' the neck in relation to the basic shape. In most of these cases Chordman displays the barre rather than a line of notes, but it's up to you what's most comfortable for your fingers.
So, now you know you can recreate and hear any chord you find in a song by transposing shapes you know, and holding down a 'barre' above them.! You can also experiment by rearranging your chords, helping you learn which ones affect the song's "mood" and how!