This plugin easily integrates Genesis column classes into your WordPress editor. With the click of a button, you can now add column class shortcodes to your page or post. You will no longer have to know any HTML or CSS. Use the power of the built in Genesis column classes, with the simple click of a button.
Includes 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 column classes.
Not a Genesis User, I have included the necessary CSS within the plugin. You can activate the optional CSS via Settings > Easy Columns or simply copy/paste into your themes style.css.
- Where are the column buttons?
The easy insert buttons are located in your WordPress editor. They will be visible within the text editor when creating or editing a page or post.
- The columns are not formatting?
Version 1.1 added an option for non-Genesis users to add the optional CSS via Settings > Easy Columns. You must have the necessary CSS to format the columns. Genesis users should have this in your styles.css. Non-Genesis users should convert, but if you want to stick with your current theme- simply use the optional CSS loacted in the plugin directory and add it to your themes CSS.
And HERE THE REASON WHY:
(dont worry, it's NOT JUST YOU that make plugins like this with these STUPID shortcodes that appear BETWEEN the page. All idiots that are UNABLE TO MAKE A VISUAL EDITOR OF COLUMNS WITHOUT the need we have too see those %$king short codes between MY BALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLS
NEXT TIME DONT MAKE PLUGINS.
Removed filter to disable wpautop. Plugin will now strip all added
Updated plugin info.
Fixed bug that was adding p tags and line breaks to forms.
Allows nested shortcodes
Fixed warning when used with PHP 5.4
Added two new visual editor buttons and shortcodes:
Clear [clear] and Clear-Line [clear-line]
These options will enable a clear fix between columns and content.
Also, added a settings page under Settings > Easy Columns for non-Genesis users to activate the optional CSS to style the columns.
- Plugin Release