October 15, 2012

How to Add Custom Buttons with Post Editor Buttons in WordPress

When writing posts, have you ever found a need to add shortcodes or custom stylings? Is it something that you use often? If so, then you will like this article. We have available shortcodes, but sometimes its hard to explain it on a multi-author site…

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