Short Codes are great, except that they are not always very user friendly, especially for those users that are not very familiar with programming, because, let’s face, short codes look like code.
This plugin will provide a short code that can be used to insert a selection of CSS 3 buttons, but unlike most short code plugins, this comes with a nice tinyMCE button to insert / configure your short code.
The available buttons are:
And the interface for inserting buttons looks like this:
- 5 Button Colors
- 3 Button Sizes
- 3 Button Styles
- TinyMCE button with Modal Popup to insert short codes easily
The short code attributes are:
A complete short code may look like this:
[button size=medium style=round color=blue align=left url=http://google.com]button text[/button]
Note, this plugin is more of an example of how to setup a modal window for your short code attributes than anything super functional, but it does still provide a couple of nice looking buttons.
There is a very in depth tutorial on how to write this plugin available at Pro Blog Design.
1.0.1 - Made button non clickable if URL field left blankDownload