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Over at WooThemes, we like to be sure to test the various elements possible within the WordPress content editor, to make sure they look as awesome as possible. Below we’ve got some lists, headings and other exciting HTML elements to showcase.
Continuer la lecture de Testing The Elements
The WooFramework, then engine that powers all WooThemes themes, comes bundled with a bunch of useful shortcodes for displaying buttons, notices, sharing tools and more.
Below we’re testing a few of the boxes, to showcase what they can do and how we use them.
[box type= »info »] This is an information box… keeping you informed…[/box]
[box type= »alert »]Alert! This is an alert box![/box]
[box type= »tick »]Yes… this is a tick info box… display a positive message here.[/box]
[box type= »download »]A download box… if you have a file you want visitors to download[/box]
[box type= »note »]Just a note… be sure to take note![/box]
Caleb stood before the pyramid, gazing up at the peek. The sun bore down on his leathered face at a hundred degrees. Caleb said a prayer, and made one last call to Gordon. Gordon, the technical guy, explained the layout of the pyramid. « Just don’t get killed » Gordon said. So, with that uplifting comment, Caleb strode into the pyramid. It was easy going at first (except for the occasional arrow that almost knicked him) and he was following a dank hallway to the center of the pyramid. The ruby sat high on a pedistool, which Caleb climbed up the side of. He grabbed the ruby from where it lay, and suddenly he could hear crunching and grinding noises. The whole place was coming down! Caleb jumped from the pedistool, landing hard on his left ankle. With a limp he sped out of the pyramid, just as it collapsed, behind him, into dust. Caleb’s phone rang, out of breath, Caleb answered « Yeah? » On the other side, Gordon asked – « Are you still alive? »
Photograph: archer10 on Flickr.