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WP Modalplate

Description

WP Modalplate is possibly the easiest and cleanest way to add responsive modals to your website! To see an example you can go to modalplate.jamesdbruner.com and take a look.

How to use it

There are two shortcodes here and you need to use both. Here’s an example of how to use these shortcodes together:

[modalplate_trigger]Example Button[/modalplate_trigger]
[modalplate title="Example Title"]Example content[/modalplate]

NOTE FOR THEME DEVELOPERS: This plugin makes use of both wp_head() and wp_footer() so if your theme is missing either you may experience issues using this plugin.

Special thanks to @chrishumboldt for creating the original Modalplate plugin. Check out WebPlate to see more of his awesome work.

Screenshots

  • Example

Installation

  1. Upload wp-modalplate.zip to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Use the shortcodes [modalplate_trigger][/modalplate_trigger] and [modalplate][/modalplate] in the page/post you want

FAQ

None so far…

Reviews

3 September 2016
I love how simple this plug in is. Does one thing and it's responsive. All I need. Thank you!!
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Contributors and Developers

“WP Modalplate” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Change Log

Version 1.0

  • Initial commit