Uix Shortcodes is an easy to use shortcodes plugin. It brings an amazing set of beautiful and useful elements to your site that lets you do nifty things with very little effort. It makes it easy and quick to add the shortcode you need to achieve the page layout or function you desire. It currently supports
list of clients,
code with highlighter,
contact form(use commenting form template),
portfolio(support lightbox) and
recent posts with custom template.
The content elements are the heart of any page builder. These are the elements shortcodes that come with theme. You may customize the shortcode by changing/adding the parameters. “Content Shortcode”, “Column Shortcode”, “Web Elements Shortcode”, “Container Shortcode”, and so on. They could be used together.Free Download
I would like to give special thanks to credits. The following is a guide to the list of credits for this plugin:
- Plugin Update Checker Library
- Font Awesome
- jQuery Accessible Tabs
- jQuery ScrollBar Plugin 1.0
- jQuery Parallax
- Shuffle (filtering and sorting)
- Easy Pie Chart
How to use?
1.After activating your theme, you can see a prompt pointed out as absolutely critical. Go to “Appearance -> Install Plugins”. Or, upload the plugin to wordpress, Activate it. (Access the path (/wp-content/plugins/) And upload files there.)
2.Go to your WordPress admin panel, edit or create a new post (or page). You’ll see our tiny little button in the toolbar, preceded by a separator.
3.You can overview the original styles to overwrite it. It will be on creating new styles to your website, without modifying original .css files. Go to “Uix Shortcodes” in the WordPress Administration Screens, then link to a specific tab like“Custom CSS”.
4.There is a second way, make a new Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) document which name to
uix-shortcodes-style.css to your templates directory. You can connect to your site via an FTP client, make the changes and then upload the file back to the server. Once you have created an existing CSS file (uix-shortcodes-style.css), Uix Shortcodes will use it as a default style sheet to your WordPress Theme. Of course, Uix Shortcodes’s function of “Custom CSS” is still valid.