Column Shortcodes – WordPress plugin Free download

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Column Shortcodes

Description

Adds shortcodes to easily create columns in your posts or pages.

Sometimes you just need to divide your page into different columns. With this plugin you just select a column shortcode and it will add the column to the page. You can also change the padding of each individual column from the UI.

There are 10 different column widths available from which you can make all combinations:

full width (1/1)
half (1/2)
one third (1/3)
two third (2/3)
one fourth (1/4)
three fourth (3/4)
one fifth (1/5)
two fifth (2/5)
three fifth (3/5)
four fifth (4/5)
one sixth (1/6)
five sixth (5/6)

A preset stylesheet is included, which you can also overwrite to you liking in your theme’s stylesheet.

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Screenshots

Editor with shortcode icon
Shortcode popup with shortcode selector
Editor with shortcodes
Example post with the use of column shortcodes

Installation

Upload column-shortcodes to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
Activate Column Shortcodes through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
A shortcode icon is added to the top of the WYSIWYG editor.
Click the added icon and it will open a popup window from which you can pick your column shortcode.

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Upload column-shortcodes to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
Activate Column Shortcodes through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
A shortcode icon is added to the top of the WYSIWYG editor.
Click the added icon and it will open a popup window from which you can pick your column shortcode.

How do I add a column shortcode?

Standard
The easiest way is to use the added icon on the top of your editor ( right next to the media icon ). This will open a popup window from which you can select a column icon by clicking on one of the shortcodes.

Manual
You could also type in the shortcode yourself inside the editor. The following shortcodes are available:

[full_width][/full_width]
[one_half][/one_half]
[one_half_last][/one_half_last]
[one_third][/one_third]
[one_third_last][/one_third_last]
[two_third][/two_third]
[two_third_last][/two_third_last]
[one_fourth][/one_fourth]
[one_fourth_last][/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth][/three_fourth]
[three_fourth_last][/three_fourth_last]
[one_fifth][/one_fifth]
[one_fifth_last][/one_fifth_last]
[two_fifth][/two_fifth]
[two_fifth_last][/two_fifth_last]
[three_fifth][/three_fifth]
[three_fifth_last][/three_fifth_last]
[four_fifth][/four_fifth]
[four_fifth_last][/four_fifth_last]
[one_sixth][/one_sixth]
[one_sixth_last][/one_sixth_last]
[five_sixth][/five_sixth]
[five_sixth_last][/five_sixth_last]

Another option
Another way to add shortcodes is to switch to HTML-view. On the top of editor you will now see all the shortcodes listed.

Does what it says. A good solution in themes that mess up the formatting of similar shortcodes for columns. I used it for the Boss/BuddyBoss theme in the sidebar.

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