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Tabs and Toggle Shortcodes?

  • Hello Grey,

    You cannot imagine how many responsive themes I have downloaded and tested before finding Origami. I just love it, its clean, minimal, easy to edit/modify and looks great on all the devices I have tested. Thanks for providing this excellent theme 🙂

    Is it possible to add [toggle] and [tab] shortcodes to it. I use a lot of tabs and toggles on my website.

    I not a programmer, but if there is an manual way for me to add it in myself, I willing to try that also.

    BB

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  • Theme Author Greg Priday

    @gpriday

    Hi BB!

    If you were getting the tab and toggle shortcodes from another theme, then there’s no really easy way to get them into Origami. Your best bet would be trying a few plugins.

    This one might do the trick: http://wordpress.org/plugins/shortcodes-ultimate/

    If now, I’ll see if I can find one that’ll work for you, but searching through plugins is a great place to start.

    And thanks so much for your kind words and your very positive reviews. It’s people like you that keep me doing what I’m doing 🙂

    Thanks Greg,

    I almost got a hacked version of my old theme’s code to work but in the end I installed the shortcode plug.

    It works fine but now I need to edit a few hundred posts 🙁

    On a separate topic can you tell me why the following css code doesnt work with your theme?

    #table-3 tr:nth-child(even) {
    background: #FFF;
    border-bottom: 1px solid #DFDFDF;
    }

    Thanks
    BB

    Theme Author Greg Priday

    @gpriday

    There’s no reason that CSS shouldn’t work with Origami. Assuming there’s a table element with the ID table-3.

    This might be of some help if you need to edit a lot of shortcodes.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/search-and-replace/

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