It is a good idea to post in this forum, but there are a couple of considerations I’d like to point out.
1) This is not my full-time Job, so I’m usually only able to reply right before sleep or on weekends or when I take time off from my contract work
2) It would be highly appreciated if you could purchase one of the premium add-ons (which are really cheap), especially if you get your question answered and/or problem solved
3) If you don’t want to spend any money, you can still provide encouragement by leaving a short 5-star review for the plugin, given you already have a WordPress.org account it will only take you 2 minutes
Thanks for listening!
I tried using your WordPress Shortcodes plugin to save a collapsible list that I created with the Collapse-O-Matic plugin, which itself utilizes a shortcode. In other words, a chunk of code bounded on each end by collapsomatic shortcode and brackets is then saved to your plugin.
It turns out that this does not work. While your plugin properly feeds the enclosed code to pages that are viewed, the other plugin does not engage and do its work. Instead, its shortcode and brackets end up appearing in a page’s html, as readable text!
So, does this mean that we cannot use your plugin to enclose code that is already contained within a different shortcode with brackets?
Maybe this is a WordPress thing that you have no control over? Or maybe there is an easy fix?
Thank you, langelliot, for this plugin.
Is there a complete listing of all the tags that are incorporated into your shortcodes plugin?
I am very new to this whole WordPress world. And, I was originally looking at a plugin for just the <div> tag. Then, I saw your plugin.
If your plugin contains the <div> tag, then it would seem a no-brainer to go ahead and use your plugin, instead of the plugin that only involves the <div>.
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