Shortcuts Ultimate for WordPress
a plugin full of function
I recently did a post on Contact Form 7 and a large form. This is a quick and easy addition to that, allowing you to embed large forms in a spoiler/teaser style toggle. Also, a bit of information about the shortcodes plugin I use on a number of sites, Shortcodes Ultimate. It’s ET Divi tested in my case, having been put on at least a dozen sites in the last year.
Demo of the shortcode & form:
First you’ll want to install the plugin, it can be found here: Shortcodes Ultimate
You can also go through the admin Plugin installer, searching for Shortcodes Ultimate, the author of this particular plugin is Vladimir Anokhin. Click the install button and then activate the plugin. After you have SU installed you should have a new button on pretty much any text field that has an editor.
I’m going to assume you have a form you have created that you have the code for or, have a shortcode for a form you created through a plugin. Click the Insert Shortcode button, with your cursor placed where you want to put the spoiler and form. You will get the modal window for the shortcodes that are included with the SU Plugin.
The second modal window will give you several layout options, simple but feature rich, these are the things that make this plugin great to me. You could use the toggles or any similar feature, using nearly any Premium Theme, or any of the great Child Themes that are available to the Elegant Themes users following along….however it’s the base styling and easy style access that make this Plugin above the bar.
After configuring the spoiler, click “insert shortcode.” That’s it, you’re done! There’s a custom CSS area built into the plugin settings as well for styling.