New J Shortcodes (version 1.302 and higher) just added support for JQuery accordion and tabs. While jtabs are already documented here I am still a bit lagging on documenting the rest.
So, here’s how you can use accordion shortcodes:
[ jaccordion size="xxxsmall|xxsmall|xsmall|small|*normal" theme="blitzer|cupertino|overcast|*smoothness|vader" active="*"]
This is first pane content
This is second pane content
This is third pane content
active=”0″ – all panes initially closed (default).
active=”1″ – first pane initially opened, etc…
Please note: before using any theme beside ‘ ...
Quite a few wordpress bloggers are monetizing their skills and talents by converting their wordpress blogs into functional membership websites.
Wordpress is a perfect platform to build membership websites and converting your blog to paid members site could be as simple as uploading and activating membership plugin, such as MemberWing-X.
Disclaimer: I am chief architect of MemberWing-X plugin.
What makes MemberWing-X so great to build membership websites?
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Quite often the need arises to insert another set of shortcodes inside existing shortcodes of the same nature.
Such as inserting new
inside of another set of
shortcodes. Or creating new column layout inside of existing columns.
Wordpress does not handle shortcode filtering logic perfectly and nesting shortcodes of the same type inside of each other would break the content.
Starting from version 1.220 J-Shortcodes added support for unlimited nested levels of shortcodes. This is achived by adding character: ‘=’ right after the opening shortcode bracket.
So for example if you want to nest
shortcodes inside of each other, you’d do it the following way:
I wrote J-Shortcodes plugin for my own needs first to add custom elements to my other website: wordpress membership plugin MemberWing-X.
I found that certain themes comes with their own set of limited shortcodes. The problem is that when you use theme-specific shortcodes and then later decide to change theme – this becomes major hassle – as you’d have to re-code all pages where you used these shortcodes.
Much more logical approach would be to have shortcodes plugin that would include most functions you need. Then you may change theme any time and all your pages will still be in tact.
While adding more and more pieces to J shortcodes – I figured that many people would probably find this functionality useful as well. So I submitted it to WordPress ...