What is a shortcode?
A shortcode is a WordPress-specific code that lets you do nifty things with very little effort. Shortcodes can embed files or create objects that would normally require lots of complicated, ugly code in just one line. Shortcode = shortcut.
Allows you to create buttons with the colors and other properties of your choice.
Allows you to design new layouts and break content into columns.
Allows you to display recent or related posts together with thumbnails and other information.
Allows you to display any kind of content on a customizable slider.
- Featured Boxes
Allows you to highlight selected content in a featured box.
- Pricing Boxes
Allows you to present information about your service, product or package in a pricing box along with a purchase button.
Allows you to organise your content with tabs.
Allows you to add a tooltip to any HTML object – text, hyperlinks, images and so on.
Allows you to hide part of your content with a toggle.
Allows you to display a blockquote with the author's name and tagline.
Allows you to highlight selected text.
Turn your data into attractive charts of all kinds with customizable colors, labels and chart sizes.
- Drop Caps
Allows you to display the first letter of a paragraph as a drop cap.
Allows you to display important messages.
Allows you to prevent WordPress from auto–formatting sections of code. This is very useful if you'd like to share shortcodes or custom HTML code on your website.
Inserts an invisible line–break.
Allows you to insert a horizontal line.
Displays a list of pages on your site.
Allows you to display a list of categories.
Displays a list of archives.
Inserts a Twitter button.
Allows you to display a Facebook 'like' button.
Allows you to display a sidebar anywhere on the page.
- 6 Lists
Allows you to create lists with custom icons as bullets.
- 30 Icons
Allows you to attach a 16px icon of your choice.