If you are setting up a banner image with caption like the demo site has displayed, this shortcode tutorial will help you through the process…which is fairly easy. We will be doing this:
Content Boxes are a nice addition to Incept because it gives a unique look and style to your page when you can display special content to the reader. Content Boxes look like this:
The Showcase shortcode does not create a full gallery, but what it does is give you a showcase gallery item….the actual image structure. The reason for this is because you can create varying numbers of columns per gallery item, but it also allows you to use this in non-gallery ways as well. But let’s take this tutorial and guide you through the process of creating a 3-column Showcase Gallery that is similar to this:
Content dividers is a way to separate content in your post or page. With Incept, dividers are custom styled
<hr /> tags which gives you a few choices like the screenshot snippet shows below:
The Display Headings shortcodes provide at least a couple, but very flexible heading styles. At least two of them are using primarily in Content Boxes, but for this tutorial, we will focus more on the “Display Headings”. Although if you like how the headings for the Content Boxes look, you can still use them in your page content.
This is a quick and easy tutorial on creating a dropcap for your post or page content. If you want to know more about dropcaps, you can do a search on Google, but basically this lets you add some enhanced style to the beginning of your post’s first paragraph like you see in the screenshot below;
Lead text (content) is a method to make a sentence or paragraph stand out with special styling with formating to achieve that effect. For example, the lead text that you see in the screenshot snippet below shows what the lead styling looks like for Incept:
Making icon boxes can be done in a few ways, either from the shortcode generator using the button on the content editor, or pasting in shortcode directly. We can also add icon boxes to our post or page content, but also to Text Widgets. How you add and to where you add your icon box will depend on which method, so I will take you through this tutorial.
This tutorial will help you make buttons using Shortcodes.
On the editor, click on the shortcode icon for “Buttons” to bring up the button options window:
Adding columns can be used for a variety of things, starting with simply creating columns in your page for additional content, or it could be for creating icon boxes within your post or page where you need them to be laid out in columns.