The block editor does not support toolbars; as a result, the shortcodes selection interface is not available with the block editor.
We are working on integrating the theme’s shortcodes functionality with the block editor.
In the meantime you can still use the shortcodes with the block editor by typing them manually. The shortcodes toolbar remains available in the classic visual editor interface.
Our Plus themes include a set of advanced shortcodes built with Bootstrap that can be used to create advanced layouts, structures and make frontend web development faster and simpler.
Access the shortcodes
The theme’s shortcode controls are added automatically to WordPress’ Classical Visual Editor third toolbar row. By default only the top toolbar row is displayed and the additional rows need to be enabled using the toggle button:
The available shortcodes are all represented with icons in the (indicated) toolbar:
- (Jetpack) Portfolio
This can be used to create custom content columns of varying widths, while keeping the content fully responsive.
This is one of the most complex shortcodes the theme implements and can be used to create either a quick 1-12 columns layout or allow you do design (and fine tune) your own custom row layout (with varying column widths, offsets and responsiveness points).
For complete info about the grid system, see the Bootstrap documentation.
See grid shortcode syntax for manual usage
See tabs shortcode syntax for manual usage
The accordion shortcode can be used to create vertical collapsible content blocks. It can be configured to display either a single accordion panel at a time or toggle them independently, and comes with several visual styles.
See accordion shortcode syntax for manual usage
Alerts provide contextual feedback messages for typical user actions with several flexible styles.
See alert shortcode syntax for manual usage
Buttons are one of the core design elements and our Plus themes bundle quite a few styles for them: the primary and secondary styles match the theme’s first and second accent colors, with some light, dark and contextual colors as well. Configure them with 5 different sizes, including a full width one for those special cases.
See button shortcode syntax for manual usage
Labels are yet another contextual design element, useful at making specific information more obvious. Same as buttons, the primary and secondary styles automatically match the theme’s first and second accent colors.
See label shortcode syntax for manual usage
See well shortcode syntax for manual usage
Make a paragraph stand out by making it a lead. Leads have configurable font family and text size.
See lead shortcode syntax for manual usage
Pullquotes can be used on key phrases, quotations, or excerpts that have been pulled from an article and used as graphic element, serving to entice readers into the article or to highlight a key topic. Pullquotes have configurable size and position, font family and text size.
See pullquote shortcode syntax for manual usage
See tooltip shortcode syntax for manual usage
The clear shortcode has no configurable options and no visual role beside forcing a CSS clear following float elements.
See clear shortcode syntax for manual usage
A divider can be used to better separate distinct parts of content. Dividers have configurable height and before/after spacing.
See divider shortcode syntax for manual usage
Use this shortcode to insert a predefined Google map inside the content (at a configurable size).
See map shortcode syntax for manual usage
Enhance the content with over 350 contextual icons and insert them anywhere they’re needed and at any size, including combining them with other shortcodes, or inside other shortcodes content.
See icon shortcode syntax for manual usage
The portfolio shortcode is a customized theme version of the one provided by Jetpack. It includes additional content control options and is finely integrated into the theme’s design. For the exact appearance in each Plus theme check out the ‘Portfolio Shortcode‘ demo pages.
See portfolio shortcode syntax for manual usage
In case other shortcodes functionality is also used on the site and some of the shortcodes overlap, we’ve included a simple option to add a particular prefix the theme’s built-in shortcodes to make them unique.
If you don’t use intend to use the theme’s shortcodes at all, the functionality can be turned off completely (while saving your server a bit of memory).
The frontend designs presented here are for reference only. For the exact design of each shortcode in each theme, see the respective ‘Shortcodes’ pages on our themes demos.
Full list of shortcodes (and available parameters) can be found in the themes documentation.