Shortcodes are a powerful tool to make your content more beautiful and organized!
You can easily add buttons to your page using these shortcodes. Unlimited colors, optional gradients and rounded corners and the ability to add your custom style makes this shortcodes very versatile.
Columns are an unmissable asset to deviding your pages into readable chucks of text. For example, we also use it on this page. There are 12 differently sized columns, and even an option to devide those columns into 12 smaller sized columns for maximum flexibility!
This shortcode enables you to quickly add a google maps to your page. Imagine having this on your contact page, or on a project page, describing where a project took place. You can choose your own height and width, so it fits in your content perfectly.
There’s always a moment when you’d like to underline an important section of your text to the reader. Highlights enable you to just that. Either use the theme color or any other color you want.
Whenever you have a long section of content, it’s nice to break it up with seperation lines to make it a more pleasent experience for the reader. You can also add a link to the line to link to, for example, the top of the page.
This shortcode can be used to show crucial information on your page. There are several options available, like an error, alert or succes message. You can also choose your own colors to match the tone of your message.
This is a section you can use anywhere on your site to display your latest posts. This can be very handy for the frontpage, or at the bottom of posts to guide readers through your content.
Sometimes you don’t want to show all content at once. Using toggles you can fold some sections of content without hiding them from the user.
This shows a list of recent posts from a specific category, in any column layout you want. Ideal for showing relevant posts at the bottom of a page or for use in a mashup page.
For the more power users out there, we included a couple of developer shortcodes. You can show content depending if they’re logged-in or not, or include seperate php files into posts and pages.