Support » Plugin: DearFlip - WordPress 3D Flipbook, PDF Flipbook » Trouble with the link type shortcode

  • Resolved dphermes


    Nice plugin.
    I’m having trouble with the link type shortcode.
    To be more precise, I’m trying to insert a link in a template file inside a post loop like so :
    <?php echo do_shortcode(‘[dflip id=”‘.get_the_ID().'” type=”link”]Lire le Bulletin[/dflip]’); ?>
    But the link doesn’t appear as expected and the full view with the Flipbook is printed on the page instead.
    Any idea why ?
    I’m using the last version of this plugin I guess : 1.6.10

    • This topic was modified 3 months ago by dphermes.
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  • dphermes


    The goal is to fetch all dFlip PDFs having a category and for each to print a link or button opening the 3D Flipbook in a lightbox.
    It works wonder with a thumb type shortcode, but neither button or link types work.
    Unfortunately I Can’t give you the page url example as I am developing it on a localhost for now.

    Plugin Author deip


    Hi @dphermes ,

    Link, button and custom type are premium features and are not available in lite version.

    We will update these info in the documentation and the description too.



    Ho, Ok. I see. Actually I kinda expected this answer.
    I’ll buy it on Envato tomorrow then (except if you sell it on another platform that takes you less fess than envato).
    Yeah. It might be a good idea to update the documentation, it wasn’t clearly explained.
    Thanks for your reply.

    • This reply was modified 3 months ago by dphermes.

    @deip: Thank you very much for this suggestion:

    «We will update these info in the documentation and the description too.»

    That would have been SOOOOOO helpful! And why integrate it in the lite version in the first place if it is not working?????

    It’s a fine plugin, but things like this suck.

    All the best,

    Plugin Author deip


    Hi @midway88 ,
    We totally agree to your feedback. We are certainly lacking on documentation. Customers are growing and we are not able to match the demand.

    Aside from providing support and bug fixing as the primary priority. Documentation is our next priority once we complete site improvement.

    Proper documentation will save our time spent on support and we can focus on improving the product much further.
    Feedback like yours keeps us on the check and is one of the main factors for our plugin’s growth so far.


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