Origin is a stunning grid-based theme that tells a story through imagery. The theme creates a truly engaging experience by saturating the screen with your beautiful photos. The theme is also responsive, meaning it will look and work great on mobile devices as well. If you are an artist looking to showcase your latest work, or if you are a blogger looking to give your visitors a fun new way to browse your latest posts, then Origin is great choice for you!
Using our buttons shortcodes, you can easily create a variety of buttons. These buttons all stem from a single tag, but vary in colour and size. Furthermore, advanced option buttons have been integrated into the post page text editor, allowing you to instantly generate buttons of any type without having to write the shortcode markup yourself.
Content boxes are a great way to grab your visitor’s eye and direct them to important content within the post. The shortcode pack comes with five box variations, all of which stem from the [ box ] shortcode and are adjustable. These boxes have a fluid width that automatically adjusts the size of its parent element. In this example, each box is placed within a one third column.
Now you can create toggled content on the fly using the shortcode. Any content can be added within the toggled div, and you can even specify whether the element should be open or closed on page load. The toggled content shortcode has a fluid width, meaning it can adapt to any size page.
Now you can create tabbed content with the click of a button using the [ tab ] shortcode. This shortocode has two variations (horizontal and vertical tabs) and has options for auto-rotation, rotation speed and transition animation. These tabs have a fluid width, which means that they can adjust to any page size. We have also integrated advanced buttons for the tabs shortcode, allowing you to create your tabs through a graphical interface rather than having to write the shortcode markup yourself.
The [ tab ] shortcode also acts as an image slider. This slider can produce an image slideshow of any size. The shortcode will even automatically crop and resize your images to fit the dimensions of the slider that you have chosen. You can also choose to enabled/disable auto rotation, adjust the transition effect, and increase/decrease the rotation speed.
Now you can add beautiful tooltips to any element by wrapping it in a [ tooltip ] shortcode. Below are a few examples of how the tooltips could be used when combined with text, images, and even other shortcodes!
Allowing your post to be promoted via the various social media networks has never been easier. Now you can add social media buttons to your posts quickly and easily using the various social media shortcodes provided.
Password Protect Your Content
Using the [ protected ] shortcode, you can password protect any content within your post. When protected, anyone visiting the page that is not logged in to WordPress will receive the login/register prompt. Once logged in, the protected content is revealed.
Now it’s easy to include an author bio after each of your posts using the author shortcode. This is a great feature for multi-author blogs that build the personal brand of their writers.
Sometimes it can get frustrating trying to organize content via the WordPress text editor. With the column layout shortcodes, however, you can now break down your content into any number of advanced layouts giving variety and hierarchy to your post. Columns can be created in halves, thirds, fourths and two-thirds.
Custom Icon Lists
We have added a few different list styles that can be applied to any list you make. Simply wrap the list in the [ custom_list ] shortcode and choose your icon type (green check mark, red x or gray dot). The list will then be formatted accordingly.
- Date September 4, 2013
- Tags Theme