Shortcodes, adding to a plugin

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How to write a plugin
Main page > I : First Aid > II : Development > III : Administration > IV : How To's > V : Plugin Writing > VI : Theming & Shortcodes



As of e107 v0.7.6 there are two ways to add shortcodes to your plugin:

1. adding any file in your plugin folder with the extension .sc

You will then just need to include a newcode.sc file in your main plugin directory. See e107_files/shortcodes for sample files. Whenever {NEWCODE} is found, it will be replaced with the code returned from your newcode.sc

2. adding an e_sc.php file in your plugin folder. (to be continued)

Note: To be sure that your shortcode is registered in e107, check the Preference Viewer in admin -> database and look for your file in the pref called shortcode_list. If it is not shown, run the Plugin Scan & View in admin -> database.