Easily add Tabs, Accordion, dialogs and spoilers to your posts. With 14 fresh & Unique CSS3 styles and 24 multiple jQuery UI custom themes.
WordPress is a great platform suitable for almost every case of websites out there, ranging from a personal blog to a complex CMS. This plugin started out as a snippet when i needed a way to shorten my posts and make them look more presentable. WP UI plugin for WordPress, right from its first release, is all about user experience and presentation. It takes care of all the not-needed background stuff and makes it ultimately easy to implement wp ui widgets - Tabs, accordions, spoilers, dialogs. Real power of this plugin lies in the handy functions and shortcodes that deal with posts and feeds.
WP UI for WordPress is powered by jQuery User Interface library - jQuery UI. It acts as a bridge between jQuery UI and WordPress, simplifies and manages the code structure for easy usage.
WP UI comes with 15 stunning CSS3 styles alongside the ability to use all the jQuery UI themes. Moreover you can use more than one jQuery UI theme in the page and with jQuery UI custom themes. Want your own CSS3 theme? No problem, just upload the stylesheet, scan, select it. It's that easy.
There is a dedicated menus and dialogs within the WordPress editor that allows both entering content manually or inserting posts - Easy. Options page comes with contextual help and is intuitive.
Most common functionality in WP UI is achieved through shortcodes, that comes with wide variety of arguments. For example -
[wptabs style="wpui-blue"]... style argument accepts around 24 values, not including any custom themes you might want to try. Want only a mini loop or display related/popular/recent/random posts? Well, the shortcodes and functions are at your disposal.
Including posts and feeds have never been more easier. With a single post shortcode -
[wptabposts], get and display posts as neatly arranged tabs or accordions, Automatically. This shortcode's counterpart that deals with feeds -
wpuifeeds. And you can use the post argument (
[wpspoiler post="3028"] ) universally with most shortcodes to get a single post.
WP UI comes with rich documentation bundled in the options page and right within the editor. While they work great for a quick reference on shortcodes or arguments, there is a dedicated documentation site, built and updated every day.
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Requires: 3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6.1
Last Updated: 2013-5-12
1 of 18 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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