Shortcodes

Agility provides a variety of shortcodes for your convenience and enjoyment. However, be sure to use theme-specific shortcodes judiciously. When you can type out the HTML (for example with a button or alert box), it’s generally more future-proof, and therefore recommended.


[ Tagline ]

[tagline fleuron=”on”]He who uses fewest shortcodes laughs last[/tagline]


[ Button ]
Light buttons

[button href=”http://sevenspark.com”%5DDefault Button[/button] [button color=”green”]Green Button[/button] [button color=”blue” ]Blue Button[/button] [button color=”red”]Red Button[/button] [button color=”grey”]Grey Button[/button] [button color=”purple”]Purple button[/button] [button color=”yellow”]yellow Button[/button]

Dark Buttons

[button href=”http://sevenspark.com” light=”off”]Default Button[/button] [button color=”green” light=”off”]Green Button[/button] [button color=”blue” light=”off”]Blue Button[/button] [button color=”red” light=”off”]Red Button[/button] [button color=”grey” light=”off”]Grey Button[/button] [button color=”purple” light=”off”]Purple button[/button] [button color=”yellow” light=”off”]yellow Button[/button]

Large Buttons

[button href=”http://sevenspark.com” large=”on”]Default Button[/button] [button color=”green” large=”on”]Green Button[/button] [button color=”blue” large=”on”]Blue Button[/button] [button color=”red” large=”on”]Red Button[/button] [button color=”grey” large=”on”]Grey Button[/button] [button color=”purple” large=”on”]Purple button[/button] [button color=”yellow” large=”on”]yellow Button[/button]

Full Width Button

[button color=”red” large=”on” full_width=”on”]Full Width Button[/button]


[ Portfolio ]

You can add portfolios automatically, but if you want to insert one in the middle of a post, you can use the shortcode.

[portfolio id=”872″ grid_columns=”1-3″]


Alert Boxes
[ notice ]

[notice title=”This is a notification alert”]Congratulations on your wonderful decision to purchase Agility![/notice]

[ Warning ]

[warning title=”This is a warning”]Biohazard. Do not inject into eyeballs.[/warning]

[ error ]

[error title=”This is an error”]Oh boy. You shouldn’t have done that. Better ball up in the corner and hide until teacher gets here.[/error]


[ Map ]

[map zoom=”8″ address=”Athens, Greece” height=”300px”]


[ social_media ]
[social_media]

[ Testimonial ]

[ Tabs ]

[tabs][tab title=”Rumplestiltskin”]By the side of a wood, in a country a long way off, ran a fine stream of water; and upon the stream there stood a mill. The miller’s house was close by, and the miller, you must know, had a very beautiful daughter. She was, moreover, very shrewd and clever; and the miller was so proud of her, that he one day told the king of the land, who used to come and hunt in the wood, that his daughter could spin gold out of straw. Now this king was very fond of money; and when he heard the miller’s boast his greediness was raised, and he sent for the girl to be brought before him. Then he led her to a chamber in his palace where there was a great heap of straw, and gave her a spinning-wheel, and said, ‘All this must be spun into gold before morning, as you love your life.’ It was in vain that the poor maiden said that it was only a silly boast of her father, for that she could do no such thing as spin straw into gold: the chamber door was locked, and she was left alone.[/tab][tab title=”The Golden Goose” active=”on”]

There was a man who had three sons, the youngest of whom was called Dummling, and was despised, mocked, and sneered at on every occasion.

It happened that the eldest wanted to go into the forest to hew wood, and before he went his mother gave him a beautiful sweet cake and a bottle of wine in order that he might not suffer from hunger or thirst.

When he entered the forest he met a little grey-haired old man who bade him good day, and said: ‘Do give me a piece of cake out of your pocket, and let me have a draught of your wine; I am so hungry and thirsty.’ But the clever son answered: ‘If I give you my cake and wine, I shall have none for myself; be off with you,’ and he left the little man standing and went on.

[/tab][tab title=”The Wedding of Mrs. Fox”]

By the side of a wood, in a country a long way off, ran a fine stream of water; and upon the stream there stood a mill. The miller’s house was close by, and the miller, you must know, had a very beautiful daughter. She was, moreover, very shrewd and clever; and the miller was so proud of her, that he one day told the king of the land, who used to come and hunt in the wood, that his daughter could spin gold out of straw. Now this king was very fond of money; and when he heard the miller’s boast his greediness was raised, and he sent for the girl to be brought before him. Then he led her to a chamber in his palace where there was a great heap of straw, and gave her a spinning-wheel, and said, ‘All this must be spun into gold before morning, as you love your life.’ It was in vain that the poor maiden said that it was only a silly boast of her father, for that she could do no such thing as spin straw into gold: the chamber door was locked, and she was left alone.

[/tab][/tabs]


[ Toggle ]
[toggle title=”Expand me by clicking!” start=”closed”]There was a man who had three sons, the youngest of whom was called Dummling, and was despised, mocked, and sneered at on every occasion.

It happened that the eldest wanted to go into the forest to hew wood, and before he went his mother gave him a beautiful sweet cake and a bottle of wine in order that he might not suffer from hunger or thirst.

When he entered the forest he met a little grey-haired old man who bade him good day, and said: ‘Do give me a piece of cake out of your pocket, and let me have a draught of your wine; I am so hungry and thirsty.’ But the clever son answered: ‘If I give you my cake and wine, I shall have none for myself; be off with you,’ and he left the little man standing and went on.[/toggle]

[toggle title=”This toggle starts open” start=”open”]By the side of a wood, in a country a long way off, ran a fine stream of water; and upon the stream there stood a mill. The miller’s house was close by, and the miller, you must know, had a very beautiful daughter. She was, moreover, very shrewd and clever; and the miller was so proud of her, that he one day told the king of the land, who used to come and hunt in the wood, that his daughter could spin gold out of straw. Now this king was very fond of money; and when he heard the miller’s boast his greediness was raised, and he sent for the girl to be brought before him. Then he led her to a chamber in his palace where there was a great heap of straw, and gave her a spinning-wheel, and said, ‘All this must be spun into gold before morning, as you love your life.’ It was in vain that the poor maiden said that it was only a silly boast of her father, for that she could do no such thing as spin straw into gold: the chamber door was locked, and she was left alone.[/toggle]

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