January 5, 2012

How to Add Call to Action Buttons to WordPress Posts with a Shortcode

Do you need some quick, nice-looking download, demo or call-to-action buttons on your WordPress site? Easy Shortcode Buttons makes a collection of beautiful buttons conveniently available to you inside the WordPress…

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