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Content Blocks (Custom Post Widget)
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Content Blocks (Custom Post Widget)
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This plugin enables you to edit and display Content Blocks in a sidebar widget or using a shortcode.
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This plugin enables you to edit and display Content Blocks in a sidebar widget or using a shortcode.
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In these Gists you can find examples of templates for <a href="https://gist.github.com/vanderwijk/18acd549b099253eb222daf7757f1689">shortcodes</a> and for <a href="https://gist.github.com/vanderwijk/a396171845cf923c23d09dddb4269fb1">widgets</a>
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In these Gists you can find examples of templates for <a href="https://gist.github.com/vanderwijk/18acd549b099253eb222daf7757f1689">shortcodes</a> and for <a href="https://gist.github.com/vanderwijk/a396171845cf923c23d09dddb4269fb1">widgets</a>
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Yes, you can create your own template for the content blocks, you can do so by adding a file named custom-post-widget.php to your theme folder. More information about this can be found in this <a href="https://wordpress.org/support/topic/patch-custom-widget-frontends/?replies=1">support topic</a>
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Yes, you can create your own template for the content blocks, you can do so by adding a file named custom-post-widget.php to your theme folder. More information about this can be found in this <a href="https://wordpress.org/support/topic/patch-custom-widget-frontends/?replies=1">support topic</a>
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Can I change the output of the content blocks?
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Can I change the output of the content blocks?
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Spanish (es_ES) by <a href="https://www.ibidemgroup.com">IBIDEM GROUP</a>
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Spanish (es_ES) by <a href="https://www.ibidemgroup.com">IBIDEM GROUP</a>
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You can make the post type public by adding the following code to your theme's functions.php file: function filter_content_block_init() { $content_block_public = true; return $content_block_public; } add_filter('content_block_post_type','filter_content_block_init');
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You can make the post type public by adding the following code to your theme's functions.php file: function filter_content_block_init() { $content_block_public = true; return $content_block_public; } add_filter('content_block_post_type','filter_content_block_init');
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<a href="https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/custom-post-widget">More translations are very welcome!</a>
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<a href="https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/custom-post-widget">More translations are very welcome!</a>
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Then activate the plugin in the plugin panel. You will see that a new custom post type has been added called Content Block.
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Then activate the plugin in the plugin panel. You will see that a new custom post type has been added called Content Block.
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Creating and supporting this plugin takes up a lot of my free time, therefore I would highly appreciate it if you could take a couple of minutes to <a href="http://wordpress.org/support/view/plugin-reviews/custom-post-widget">write a review</a>. This will help other WordPress users to start using this plugin and keep me motivated to maintain and support it. Also, if you have a twitter, Facebook or Google+ account, it would be fantastic if you could share the link to this plugin!
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Creating and supporting this plugin takes up a lot of my free time, therefore I would highly appreciate it if you could take a couple of minutes to <a href="http://wordpress.org/support/view/plugin-reviews/custom-post-widget">write a review</a>. This will help other WordPress users to start using this plugin and keep me motivated to maintain and support it. Also, if you have a twitter, Facebook or Google+ account, it would be fantastic if you could share the link to this plugin!
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Please create a support topic in the forum: http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/custom-post-widget DO NOT click the 'Broken' button in the compatibility area of the plugin directory before creating a support ticket. It is very demotivating for me to see the plugin downloads drop dramatically without being given the chance to help you!
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Please create a support topic in the forum: http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/custom-post-widget DO NOT click the 'Broken' button in the compatibility area of the plugin directory before creating a support ticket. It is very demotivating for me to see the plugin downloads drop dramatically without being given the chance to help you!
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See http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/do_shortcode for more information on this function.
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See http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/do_shortcode for more information on this function.
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You can use the do_shortcode function for this: <code>echo do_shortcode('[content_block id= ]');</code>
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You can use the do_shortcode function for this: <code>echo do_shortcode('[content_block id= ]');</code>
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By default the shortcode adds a div around the content block with the class content_block. If you like, you can change this class by adding it to the shortcode: [content_block id=198 slug=our-wordpress-plugins class=my-class]
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By default the shortcode adds a div around the content block with the class content_block. If you like, you can change this class by adding it to the shortcode: [content_block id=198 slug=our-wordpress-plugins class=my-class]
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Yes, v2.6 now gives you the option to use the content block's url slug in the shortcode. Use the following syntax for doing this: <code>[content_block slug=my-content-block]</code>. Note that if you ever change the slug of a content block, the embedding no longer works. Therefore I recommend using the post ID instead (which never changes).
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Yes, v2.6 now gives you the option to use the content block's url slug in the shortcode. Use the following syntax for doing this: <code>[content_block slug=my-content-block]</code>. Note that if you ever change the slug of a content block, the embedding no longer works. Therefore I recommend using the post ID instead (which never changes).
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