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LRH-Shortcode List

Description

This WordPress plugin will display a list of available shortcodes in a meta box for
inserting into content. Insertions add brackets and any known required
parameters. This only works when in the visual editor.
The meta box can also display help about shortcodes, if any,
by clicking on the name.

An admin settings section allows the activation and deactivation of listed
shortcodes. Also shown is any additional known information, such as
required and optional parameters.

Developers

You can provide addition information about your shortcode by responding
to a filter ‘sim_XXX’ where XXX is your shortcode tag.

The additional information can include description, is it self-closing,
the required parameters, and the optional parameters.

  • Providing Shortcode Information –

To provide additional information to the helper, create a filter that
updates and returns a array of data.
See http://lrh.net/wpblog_lrh/lrh-shortcode-list-wp-plugin/ for examples.

Screenshots

  • The metabox in the Edit Post.
  • The shortcodes manager.
  • The metabox showing additional information.

Installation

Install into /wp-content/plugins/lrhshortcodelist directory.

FAQ

None at this time.

Contributors & Developers

“LRH-Shortcode List” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

1.0

  • Initial version.

1.2.0

  • Clean up for repository

1.3.0

  • Fix problem with cursor placement.
  • Better support for “enhanced” timymce shortcodes