Add shortcode buttons to your WordPress editor to make shortcode inserting really easy.
From your WordPress dashboard
- Visit ‘Plugins > Add New’
- Search for ‘Simple shortcode buttons’
- Activate Simple shortcode buttons from your Plugins page.
- Download Simple shortcode buttons
- Upload the ‘dp-shortcode-buttons’ directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory, using your favorite method (ftp, sftp, scp, etc…)
- Activate Simple shortcode buttonsfrom your Plugins page.
There are various options users can edit when adding new buttons or editing existing ones:
Shortcode – name of your shortcode
Icon – icon that will represent your shortcode in editor
Title – title that will be shown as popup title and hover text when hovering over the button icon
Enclosing shortcode – read more about enclosing shortcodes here.
Every shortcode can have multiple attributes which you can add by clicking on Add new attribute option. Attribute options are:
Attribute – attribute name
Label – text that will be shown above attribute value input field
Values – values to be selected from. Values can be any post type (eg. ‘post’, ‘page’, ‘custom-post-type’), comma seperated values (eg. option 1, option 2), comma seperated pairs of values and labels, seperated with pipe (eg. 1|label 1, 2|label 2) or free input (leave empty)
Multi – defines if user can select multiple options (not used when free input)
SQL – custom value selected directly from database via SQL. Query result must return value and label fields. SQL query overwrites Values option of attribute.
Contributors and Developers
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- Fixed a major save bug when no buttons were added
- Fixed a typo that caused PHP warning
- Fixed a bug where activation of the plugin would fail on older PHP servers
- Completely rewritten button saving and added Import/Export options. Important notice for pre 1.2 users: If you wish to keep your saved buttons, you need to copy the contents of the shortcodes.js file in your /wp-content/plugins/simple-shortcode-buttons/ plugin installation location, update the plugin and then import them via Import buttons tab in plugin options.
- Input values must now be separated with semilocon (;) instead of comma. Important notice for pre 1.2 users: Make sure you edit your attribute values accordingly to the change.
- Fixed number of displayed post when setting attribute value as post type – select input shows all posts of defined post type now
- Initial version