December 25, 2011

Don’t use Themes’ Specific Shortcodes – Use Shortcodes Ultimate Plugin Instead

Shortcodes is a handy concept in WordPress. It lets you do unique things to specific pages or posts. It could be as simple as highlighting some text or adding a button. Shortcodes are widely used in themes. In premium themes, one of the major selling points is the usage of shortcodes to style various elements within a page or a post. However, the problem with that, if you ever need to change the website’s theme, you will lose all of those fancy effects and your posts might end up looking plain normal!.

So instead of using themes’ specific shortcodes, use a plugin shortcode, such as Shortcodes Ultimate.

Shortcode Ultimate Free WordPress Plugin

Shortcode Ultimate Free WordPress Plugin

What is Shortcode Ultimate?

Shortcode Ultimate is a WordPress plugin that will let you create buttons, boxes, different sliders and much more to turn your free theme to premiun in just a few clicks. Using Shortcodes Ultimate you can quickly and easily retrieve many premium themes features and display it on your site.

Shortcode Ultimate Features

  • More than 30 amazing shortcodes
  • Handy shortcodes generator
  • Custom CSS editor with syntax highlight
  • Frequently updates
  • International

How can I get Shortcode Ultimate?

The great news is, Shortcode Ultimate is absolutely “FREE”, and you can get it from the WordPress plugins Repository at the following link.

Download Shortcodes Ultimate WordPress Plugin

What about you? have you ever used a shortcode plugin? Tell us your experience at the comments section below.

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3 Comments on “Don’t use Themes’ Specific Shortcodes – Use Shortcodes Ultimate Plugin Instead

The Mayne Design
January 8, 2012 at 4:22 pm

Well have to hold our hand up and say that we’ve only recently used this plugin on a proof of concept site for a client (well yesterday) …. and to be honest it did everything it said it would. Google maps worked … list item icons worked … multiple columns … worked. A great plugin that does what it says on the tin. On our list as a must-have for our future non-premium theme sites and on our donation list.

Geoffrey Gordon
January 9, 2012 at 2:55 pm

Great Plugin, I am playing with it and finding that it is quite versatile. The default short codes are quite good. I would be interested in seeing more examples of how to create your own custom short codes with Shortcode Ultimate

January 11, 2012 at 11:26 am

@Geoffrey Gordon,

We’re glad that you are happy with this plugin. We will look for a way to let you create your own shortcodes within the plugin.

All the best :)


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