amr shortcodes


View the shortcodes available and used on your site, with links to the pages or posts that contain the shortcode text. Check if a page has a shortcode for which the plugin is not active. A red cross indicates if the function for that shortcode is still activated.


  • View Shortcodes


  1. Activate this plugin, then goto tools
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Version 1.5

  • Tested on wp 5.4.2
  • Tweaked text for clarification

Version 1.4

  • Clarified message on ‘available shortcodes’ (ie available in admin only).
  • Tested on wp 5.0.3

Version 1.3

  • Some plugins only do ‘add_shortcode’ if they are not being loaded in admin. In that case the wp shortcode_exists function will say that the shortcode does not exist when run in admin area. Plugin will indicate uncertainty of shortcode function existence. To be sure – view the page on which the shortcode is listed as being used. Ask the plugin, to just do ‘add_shortcode’ same as wp does so that it can be detected.

Version 1.2

  • Tweaked to show available shortcodes in first tab, and those with missing plugins later
  • Testted on wp 4.8.1

Version 1.1

  • Changed to only look at public post types, ignore double square brackets, CDATA incontent, or [‘
  • Default first screen now only shows shortcodes missing functions. Second tab added to see all shortcodes.

Version 1.0

  • Launch of the plugin