Am following a couple of tutorials about making custom shortcodes and making them available in your site. They recommend to make a "my_custom_shortcode.php" file in wp-content folder so it survives Core wordpress and Theme updates. However, they then say to place a couple lines of code in the theme functions.php file. The one in pl-framework theme folder does not look like the best place to put that code and I can't see a shortcodes.php file in the theme.
So where is the best place and way to add custom shortcodes to a Pl5 project?
Any chance you can add anchors to the tabs shortcode (similar to ultimate shortcode plugin)?
Just annoying having to use that plugin rather than pagelines one
<h2>Tabs anchors</h2> [su_tabs] [su_tab title="Tab 1" anchor="First"] Tab 1 content [/su_tab] [su_tab title="Tab 2" anchor="Second"] Tab 2 content [/su_tab] [su_tab title="Tab 3" anchor="Third"] Tab 3 content [/su_tab] [/su_tabs] Use next links to switch this tabs <a href="#First">Open tab 1</a> | <a href="#Second">Open tab 2</a> | <a href="#Third">Open tab 3</a>
Any solution to map section not rendering inside tab shortcode.
(Map sits inside 3rd tab so map not visible on page load)
Also this just seems to effect the map section. Map shortcode renders fine.
I want to use the map section for finer control over markers and locations
Renders fine if in first page.
I have found that many of the components, especially lists, do not work in the Edge browser.
For example https://nkdagility.com/ has 6 video boxes that only render in Chrome and do not show in Edge.
On my site www.modishmel.com I'm seeing the "blog post title" within the "pins" plugin section breaking words into multiple lines. See screenshot attached.
Only seeing it in Firefox. Can you help?