If you want to use the shortcodes on pages or static blocks, we recommend to use the visual composer. All this shortcodes are fully integrated into the visual composer. Just add a new element, switch to the composers category “eThemez” and select the shortcode you want to use. There are also a lot of parameters you can add and change.

Static block

  1. Shortcode
    [ethemez_staticblock]
  2. Parameters (recommend: id)
    1. id
      1. Post ID of the static block
        You can find the post ID in following simple way:

        1. Edit the static block
        2. Read the link (something like that: http://yourdomain.tld/wp-admin/post.php?post=xxx&action=edit)
        3. The placeholder “xxx” in the link is the static block’s post ID
    2. slug
      1. Slug of the static block
        You can find the slug in following simple way:

        1. Edit the static block
        2. Activate the metabox “Slug” (On right-top of the edit page, click on “Help”)
        3. Now you have a new metabox where you can see & change the used slug for that static block
    3. title
      1. Title of the static block

Content box

  1. Shortcode [ethemez_contentbox]CONTENT[/ethemez_contentbox]
  2. Content
    1. HTML and other shortcodes are also allowed in
  3. Parameters
    1. id
      1. html id you can add to the element
    2. class
      1. html class you can add to the element
    3. style
      1. Flat (default)
        1. Leave empty
      2. boxed
    4. attachment
      1. Image ID you want to use
    5. icon
      1. Icon you want to add
      2. You can use the font awesome icons, this icons are already included into the theme. Just read their documentation
    6.  icon_position
      1. left
      2. top
        1. Only possible, if style is set to boxed
    7.  title
      1. Title of the content box
    8.  title_tag
      1. Html tag of the title
      2. Allowed tags: h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, p
    9.  title_align
      1. left
      2. center
      3. right
    10.  title_transform
      1. lowercase
      2. uppercase
      3. capitalize
    11.  link
      1. Where you want to link this content box
    12.  link_title
      1. Title of the link
    13.  link_target
      1. Target type of the link (_blank,…)
    14.  more
      1. If you want to add a “More”-button under the content box, use this parameter with the text you want to have in

Portfolio Item

  1. Shortcode [ethemez_portfolio_item]
  2. Parameters (recommend: id)
    1. id
      1. Post ID of the portfolio item
        You can find the post ID in following simple way:

        1. Edit the portfolio item
        2. Read the link (something like that: http://yourdomain.tld/wp-admin/post.php?post=xxx&action=edit)
        3. The placeholder “xxx” in the link is the item’s post ID
    2. slug
      1. Slug of the portfolio item
        You can find the slug in following simple way:

        1. Edit the portfolio item
        2. Activate the metabox “Slug” (On right-top of the edit page, click on “Help”)
        3. Now you have a new metabox where you can see & change the used slug for that portfolio item
    3.  title
      1. Title of the portfolio item

Portfolio

  1. Shortcode [ethemez_portfolio]
  2. Parameters
    1. taxonomy
      1. taxonomy_category (default)
      2. Taxonomy_tag
    2. term
      1. Term ID or slug (recommend: id)
      2. Portfolio items you want to get by term
    3.  order
      1. asc
      2. desc (default)
    4.  orderby
      1. none, id, date, title, …
      2. See also: http://codex.wordpress.org/Class_Reference/WP_Query#Order_.26_Orderby_Parameters

 Profile

  1. Shortcode [ethemez_profile]
  2. Parameters (recommend: id)
    1. id
      1. Post ID of the profile
        You can find the post ID in following simple way:

        1. Edit the profile
        2. Read the link (something like that: http://yourdomain.tld/wp-admin/post.php?post=xxx&action=edit)
        3. The placeholder “xxx” in the link is the profile’s post ID
    2. slug
      1. Slug of the profile
        You can find the slug in following simple way:

        1. Edit the profile
        2. Activate the metabox “Slug” (On right-top of the edit page, click on “Help”)
        3. Now you have a new metabox where you can see & change the used slug for that profile
    3.  title
      1. Title of the profile

Profiles

  1. Shortcode [ethemez_profiles]
  2. Parameters
    1. taxonomy
      1. profile_category (default)
      2. profile_tag
    2. term
      1. Term ID or slug (recommend: id)
      2. Profiles you want to get by term
    3.  order
      1. asc
      2. desc (default)
    4.  orderby
      1. none, id, date, title, …
      2. See also: http://codex.wordpress.org/Class_Reference/WP_Query#Order_.26_Orderby_Parameters

 Testimonial

  1. Shortcode [ethemez_testimonial]
  2. Parameters (recommend: id)
    1. id
      1. Post ID of the testimonial
        You can find the post ID in following simple way:

        1. Edit the testimonial
        2. Read the link (something like that: http://yourdomain.tld/wp-admin/post.php?post=xxx&action=edit)
        3. The placeholder “xxx” in the link is the testimonial’s post ID
    2. slug
      1. Slug of the testimonial
        You can find the slug in following simple way:

        1. Edit the testimonial
        2. Activate the metabox “Slug” (On right-top of the edit page, click on “Help”)
        3. Now you have a new metabox where you can see & change the used slug for that testimonial
    3.  title
      1. Title of the testimonial

Testimonials

  1. Shortcode [ethemez_testimonials]
  2. Parameters
    1. taxonomy
      1. taxonomy_category (default)
      2. Taxonomy_tag
    2. term
      1. Term ID or slug (recommend: id)
      2. Testimonials you want to get by term
    3.  order
      1. asc
      2. desc (default)
    4.  orderby
      1. none, id, date, title, …
      2. See also: http://codex.wordpress.org/Class_Reference/WP_Query#Order_.26_Orderby_Parameters

Price Table

  1. Shortcode [ethemez_price_table]CONTENT[/ethemez_price_table]
  2. Content
    1. Add here your price table list items with the price table list shortcode
  3. Parameters
    1. id
      1. html id you can add to the element
    2. class
      1. html class you can add to the element
    3.  title
      1. Title of the price table
    4.  price
      1. Price of the price table
    5.  link
      1. Where you want to link this price table
    6.  link_title
      1. Title of the link
    7.  link_target
      1. Target type of the link (_blank,…)
    8.  more
      1. If you want to add a “More”-button under the price table, use this parameter with the text you want to have in

Price Table List

  1. Shortcode [ethemez_price_table_list]
    1. icon
      1. Icon you want to add (default: fa fa-check)
      2. You can use the font awesome icons, this icons are already included into the theme. Just read their documentation
    2. text
      1. Text for the list element