J Shortcodes Plugin Review

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We no longer recommend J Shortcodes. Instead, we recommend Beaver Builder.

The J Shortcodes plugin allows you to quickly and easily create a variety of visual elements on your WordPress website, without having to go through the trouble of writing custom HTML and CSS or creating and uploading custom background images. To use J Shortcodes, you simply insert the appropriate shortcode in your page or post, and change the parameters according to how you want it to look. With J Shortcodes, you can create sharp-looking call-to-action buttons, content boxes, and column layouts. For examples and specific details on how to use the shortcodes, visit the plugin author’s website: http://www.jshortcodes.com/shortcodes/.

J Buttons: Fancier Call-to-Action Buttons

You can create buttons of various sizes, shapes, and colors. You can link these “J Buttons” to different pages or files, and even include icons inside the buttons. You can also use custom CSS to style the buttons even further. These buttons are generally compatible across the major web browsers and do not require additional complexity, such as the use of JavaScript or custom background images.

Using J Buttons is a great way to create call-to-action buttons on your website. Normally, to add a call-to-action button, you would need to create and customize an image file in Photoshop or other image editing software, upload that image, and then insert it into your page or post. Then, if you wanted to change aspects such as the color, text, or size, you would need to edit the original image, then upload and insert it all over again. If you use a J Button, it will only take a fraction of the time, since you do not need to do any graphic design and you can edit those aspects without having to go through all of the previously mentioned steps.

J Boxes: A Better Way to Highlight Your Content

You can create content boxes to accentuate specific sections of text and images, instead of relying on table-based layouts or getting creative with headings and text formatting. You can easily change various aspects of these “J Boxes,” such as the title, background color, border width, border shadow width, and rounded corner radius. You can include custom icons and call-to-action buttons inside the boxes. You can also use custom CSS to style the boxes even further.

J Columns: Easier WordPress Column Layouts

You can create columns to help organize your content, which is especially useful if you are not using sidebars and have a wide website layout. Using “J Columns” is much easier and more reliable than using tables to create multi-column layouts. If you have ever used tables to organize your website content, you probably know how frustrating they can be. With J Columns, you can make as many columns as you like, and they can be equally wide or you can manually set each column’s width. You can set the horizontal alignment, vertical alignment, and spacing between columns. You can also use custom CSS to style the columns and both the inner and outer borders even further.

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