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  • Resolved ugotta

    (@ugotta)


    The short code of PISSC can be used flexibly for special pages. But when used with Table Of Content, there is no H tag. The title of the article in PISSC uses the P tag. Hope the short code can customize other tags (h3, h4, etc.):

    <p class="pis-title"><h3 class="pis-title">

    By the way, PISSC’s short code is very flexible and practical. It can not be found in a long period of use. Later, it was found that the plug-in introduction only mentioned one sentence, and did not directly link to the relevant page.

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  • Plugin Author Aldo

    (@aldolat)

    Hello @ugotta,

    The short code of PISSC can be used flexibly for special pages. But when used with Table Of Content, there is no H tag. The title of the article in PISSC uses the P tag. Hope the short code can customize other tags (h3, h4, etc.)

    You will find this new option in the next release. Here is a screenshot of it:

    By the way, PISSC’s short code is very flexible and practical. It can not be found in a long period of use. Later, it was found that the plug-in introduction only mentioned one sentence, and did not directly link to the relevant page.

    I’m not sure I understood. Do you mean that I should tell more about the shortcode in the plugin homepage on wordpress.org and add a link to the shortcode page on GitHub?

    Let me know,please.

    Yes, you can list short code combinations, at least 5 to 10. That won’t be skipped at a glance.

    In addition, I noticed that some short code values are 0 and 1, not true and false, which is inconsistent with the introduction. Such as:

    Displa_title=1 → working
    Display_title=true → not working

    Plugin Author Aldo

    (@aldolat)

    Yes, you can list short code combinations, at least 5 to 10. That won’t be skipped at a glance.

    I just put a link in the description to the Wiki, where there are some examples and below the explanation of each usable option.

    In addition, I noticed that some short code values are 0 and 1, not true and false, which is inconsistent with the introduction.

    Changed all true/false to 1/0 – the numerical combination works in every case.

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