Content Parts

Description

If you want to spice up your theme layouts this plugin will allow you to show different parts of your content in different area of your theme templates – break out of a single column of content.

More information can be found on the Content Parts plugin page.

Screenshots

  • Content Parts editor icon.
  • Content part divider inserted into the editor.

Installation

  1. Download the archive file and uncompress it (or install it via your WordPress admin).
  2. Put the “content-parts” folder in the “wp-content/plugins” folder
  3. Enable in WordPress by visiting the “Plugins” menu and activating it.

Upgrading

If you are not performing an automatic upgrade, deactivate and reactivate the plugin to ensure any new features are correctly installed.

Documentation

For full details how to implement this plugin visit the Content Parts plugin page.

Contributors & Developers

“Content Parts” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

Content Parts 1.5

  • Add post classes ( has-content-parts, content-parts-{n}, no-content-parts).
  • Don’t load editor functionality if DOING_AJAX.
  • Updated Tiny MCE button image.
  • Tested up to WordPress 4.0

Content Parts 1.4

  • Automatically make content parts work when ‘in the loop’.
  • Added %%part%% placeholder to before/after strings to replace with content part index.
  • Add content_part_args filter.

Content Parts 1.3

  • All functions can now be passed an array of parameters.
  • Deprecate the_content_part() multiple args – now expects an array.
  • Moved code to a class structure.

Content Parts 1.2

  • Validate ‘start’ and ‘limit’ args are numeric.
  • If $post not set, ignore.
  • Checked WordPress 3.3 compatibility.

Content Parts 1.1

  • Added count_content_parts() function. props Rory.

Content Parts 1.0

  • First release.