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.
Short way to display a buttons with tooltips.
Easy way to present your content as columns.
- Advanced Posts
Can be used to display a recent or related posts with thumbnails, excerpts etc. It accepts a lot of parameters.
- Advanced Slider
Can be used to display a selected content like images, video, pages or posts. It accepts a lot of parameters.
- Featured boxes
This shortcode allow to highlight a part of content.
- Pricing boxes
Allow to present an information about service, product or package. Purchase button, ribbons and tooltips included.
Easy way to create tabbed content.
This is a short way to add the tooltip.
Easy way to build FAQs, feature's lists, notes etc.
Allow to highlight a selected text.
The Google Charts is extremely simple way to create charts from some data and embed it in a website.
- Drop cap
This shortcode can be used to present a first letter as drop cap.
This is a short way to highlight an important message.
Allow to prevent automatic WordPress formatting.
Allow to prevent floating.
An easy way to display a horizontal line.
Allow to display a list of pages.
Allow to display a list of categories.
An easy way to display a list of months with numbers of posts per each month.
- Tweet button
Allow to display a Twitter button with retweets counter.
- Like button
Allow to display a Facebook's Like button.
A one of amazing shortcodes. Allow to display any sidebar on any page or post.
- 6 Lists
Best way to build a stylish lists.
- 30 icons
30 usefull icons ready to being used.