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WP Shortcodes API

Description

The plugin take all of the data registered and created a multi-dimensional
array in an option called ‘_shortcodes’. Existing shortcodes that WP is away of
are also stored here with just their name and callback.

A few static methods for checking on shortcode info are provided.
GetShortcodeAtts($shortcode_name)
ShortcodeInPost($shortcode_name, $post_id)

Creating a new media button in the editor is easy with the add_media_button()
method. Just pass your shortcode name, attributes, a page title, introductory
text, and an icon image url.

Installation

  1. Upload wp-shortcodes-api.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. example implementation:

    if (class_exists('WP_Shortcodes_API')) {
            WP_Shortcodes_API::GetInstance()->
                add_shortcode($shortcode_name, $callback)->
                add_att($att_name)->
                add_att($att_name2)->
                add_media_button(array(
                    'shortcode' => $shortcode_name,
                    'title' => $thickbox_title,
                    'icon_url' => $button_icon_url,
                    'intro' => $introduction_to_form,
                    'input_atts' => WP_Shortcodes_API::GetShortcodeAtts($shortcode_name)
                ));
        } else {
            // fallback if the plugin is unavailable.
            add_shortcode($shorcode_name, $callback);
        }
    

Contributors & Developers

“WP Shortcodes API” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

0.1

Initial release.