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My Own Shortcodes

Description

Create your own custom “Shortcodes” easily and use your shortcodes within posts, pages & widgets

Key Features

  • Build 20 shortcodes for Free. Just create as many as you need on your site.Shows the contents of php.info
  • Your shortcodes deliver content you want for your site. Be creative and build your shortcodes they way you want
  • As your sites grows extend the shortcodes as you want. Its not a one time thing. You can grow and edit your shortcodes to help you build more and better content as time passes

FAQ

Q: How to install from your WordPress dashboard
  1. Visit ‘Plugins > Add New’
  2. Search for ‘My Own Shortcodes’
  3. Activate ‘My Own Shortcode’ from your Plugins page.
Q: How to install from WordPress.org
  1. Download My Own Shortcodes.
  2. Upload the .zip file in the ‘Plugins > Add New’ section, or copy the unzipped directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
  3. Activate My Own Shortcodes from your Plugins page.
Q: How do I configure it

Once Activated you’re ready to go!

  1. Click right side menu called ‘My Own Shortcodes’
  2. Add and edit short codes as needed
  3. Add the short codes created to you pages, posts and widgets
Q: Is it Free

A: The basic feature of My Own Shortcodes will always be free

Q: Can I turn it off

A: Yes, just de-activate ‘My Own Shortcodes’ from the plugin menu

Contributors & Developers

“My Own Shortcodes” 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

0.0.1

  • Initial release

0.0.2

  • Minor updates and bugs.

    If any suggestions or issues, just contact us on : ‘support@klick-on-it.com’