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[Resolved] How to use a shortcode within a mobble shortcode

  • Hi – and thanks for taking the time to create this great plugin.

    I have a shortcode to create a button on my site. It takes the form [button]button stuff[/button].

    I only want this to display on mobile devices so added your plugin and put
    [is_mobile][button]button stuff[/button][/is_mobile] on the page.

    It correctly removes the buttons from desktop versions, however, on mobile versions instead of showing the buttons, it shows the literal text ie “[button]button stuff[/button]”.

    Is there a way to run shortcodes within mobble shortcodes?

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/mobble-shortcodes/

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  • Plugin Author Philip John

    @philipjohn

    Hiya,

    Version 0.2 which should shortly be available allows the use of shortcodes within shortcodes, such as your example.

    Cheers,
    Phil

    With version .2.1 installed I tried
    [is_not_mobile][new_royalslider id=”1″][/new_royalslider][/is_not_mobile]
    and
    [is_not_mobile][new_royalslider id=”1″][/is_not_mobile]

    It corretcly does not show anything on mobile but on the desktop browser it only shows as
    [new_royalslider id=”1″]
    instead of showing the slider associated with the shortcode.

    Any news on this?
    Thanks,
    Jes

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