5 months, 3 weeks ago #22435
Your documentation mentions shortcodes but never actually LIST THE ACTUAL SHORTCODES. It only mentions that this plugin is compatible w/ WordPress’ default editor (which I didn't see, btw), WPBakery Page Builder and Elementor.
Can you please provide the EXACT shortcodes w/ all options/filters?5 months, 3 weeks ago #22489
Thank you for contacting us.
Please check the document at this link: http://docs.yolotheme.com/class_timetable/#shortcodes
This is all our shortcodes for the WPBakery page builder, for the Elementor widget, it has the same widget and functions.
Please check it again.
Thanks.5 months, 3 weeks ago #22501
Thanks for the reply.
Those aren't shortcodes, they are widgets/modules. A shortcode starts with the left bracket and ends with the right one. For example:
[ntt_teacher columns="3" limit="9" pagination="loadmore"]
That is the teacher shortcode with a couple of options. It would be nice if your documentation included all of your [ntt] shortcodes for better flexibility, because the site we're building uses neither of the builders you support. At the very least, you should support WordPress' default editor.5 months, 2 weeks ago #22547
Sorry for the late response.
Yes, we also support WordPress's default editor with a classic block.
Please add the classic block, then you will see the Yolo class shortcode as my attached file.
Please check it again.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.5 months, 2 weeks ago #22557
Thank you for your reply.
I think we first need to show how shortcodes are written, according to WordPress:
I appreciate your support for WPBakery Page Builder and Elementor, as well as a neat little button for the default editor. However, the problem with that is the default block is unavailable if the theme happens to use a different page editor outside of the aforementioned ones. For example, we are using a theme that comes with Colibri. Because your documentation fails to simply provide the actual shortcodes, we must first:
- disable the unsupported page editor
- create a temporary page/post to pull up the default WordPress editor
- create the shortcode using your nifty default page editor button
- test it out to make sure it's what we want (w/o the correct theme)
- return to the default editor to view the text version
- copy your shortcode i.e. [ntt ...]; then finally
- return to the custom editor to paste the shortcode.
It would be much easier if your documentation provided the shortcodes, as this is standard protocol. Please provide the shortcodes and all attributes in your documentation or elsewhere.
Thank you.5 months, 2 weeks ago #22581
Thank you for explain, yes we have missed the shortcode attribute in our document. We will check and add that info to our document.
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