Shortcodes Ultimate – An Amazing Free WordPress Shortcode Plugin

Writing genuine and exclusive articles will attract more readers and good traffic to your blog. Did your site have a good premium theme? Did your theme have attractive shortcodes? If your answer is no, this article is going to help you. Today I’m going to introduce a free WordPress shotcode plugin that gives more colour and neatness to your articles. You know one thing, I’m using this plugin in SparkyHub! you can see our articles as an example. In my experience, Shortcodes Ultimate plugin is the best WordPress plugin for the shortcodes! The working method, ease of use, valid html are the main attractive quality of this plugin. By using this plugin, you can easily create buttons, boxes, different sliders and much, much more. Turn your free theme to premium in just a few clicks. Using Shortcodes Ultimate you can quickly and easily retrieve many premium themes features and display it on your site. Ok, i will show you the features and some screen shots. So, this is going to attract you!

Features

  • 30+ amazing shortcodes
  • Handy shortcodes generator
  • Custom CSS editor with syntax highlight
  • Frequently updates
  • Special widget
  • International

Screenshots

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2 comments

  1. Joanne Mefford

    Hey guys I have this php script it is for wordpress(shortcode)

    function HelloWorldShortcode() {
    return ‘Hello World!’;
    }
    add_shortcode(‘helloworld’, ‘HelloWorldShortcode’);

    What I need is modify the script,so the keyword choice is done differently.
    whenever I write the shortcode, the script should return different values.
    Now it only return Hello World!, but I want it to randomize between {Hello World|Hello People|Whats Up}

    Sorry for my english and thank you

    • Add the strings to a numeric array and use a random number to output the string from the array:

      echo $stringArray[$randNumber];

      Good Luck!
      If you need further assistance/advice, feel free to contact me.

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