Support » Plugin: Links shortcode » Broken after upgrade – shortcode appears directly on page

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  • Plugin Author Apprique

    (@apprique)

    We do not have that issue here, but please help us resolve it. Could you copy-paste some examples of short codes that do not work?

    Just to be sure: the plugin only offers the short code [links param1=x param2=y etc.]. All other ‘short codes’, like [link_name] only work within the template of the plugin. They should be inserted only in the field next to “How to display the links?”

    Cormac Bracken

    (@the_other_mac)

    >All other ‘short codes’, like [link_name] only work within the template of the plugin. They should be inserted only in the field next to “How to display the links?”

    Ah yes, that was it, sorry. Some other plugins expect you to paste the generated code directly into the post, which I followed out of habit.

    Plugin Author Apprique

    (@apprique)

    No problem. I appreciate your feedback. We’ll try to make that clearer in the next version.

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