WordPress Shortcodes add built-in style
This is the tenth and final blog post in a series of blogs for those who would like to know more about what is going on behind the scenes and try some basic HTML coding for themselves. Once you learn the basics of coding, you will find that it opens up many possible options for your content formatting.
If you have not read the first post in this topic, you can find it here: Basic HTML Coding Options for WordPress
We highly recommend that you start with the first post in the series if you are new to HTML coding.
In this post we will introduce you to WordPress theme shortcodes, and explain how to insert them into a page or post. Theme shortcodes are elements that you can add to a page with a pre-defined style. These elements include buttons, columns, stylized boxes, and more. In essence, theme shortcodes provide an easy and user-friendly way of adding a variety of elements to a page or post.
There are two things you will need to know in order to start using theme shortcodes. First, every WordPress theme offers a different set of shortcodes available. Because of this, if you manage multiple sites, you may find different shortcode options. Second, shortcodes will place an “HTML-like” tag into the document once you are done setting it up.
You will find that the tags use the