I can not find the documentation for column--shortcodes

cogray
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cogray posted this 17 July 2017

This link no longer shows the page that demonstrated how to use the column short codes for Joomla.

http://answers.themler.com/articles/3896/columns-shortcode

Where is that documentation?

This link no longer shows the page that demonstrated how to use the column short codes for Joomla. http://answers.themler.com/articles/3896/columns-shortcode Where is that documentation?
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 17 July 2017

Hi,

This article is a little alb and re unpublished it.
Currently you don't need a shortcodde. If you want to add columns inside some article you can simply insert Columns control in the green content area of this specific page. Themler will automatically create shortcode.

Thank you,
Olivia

Hi, This article is a little alb and re unpublished it. Currently you don't need a shortcodde. If you want to add columns inside some article you can simply insert Columns control in the green content area of this specific page. Themler will automatically create shortcode. Thank you, Olivia
DaveOzric
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DaveOzric posted this 18 July 2017

Hi,

This article is a little alb and re unpublished it.
Currently you don't need a shortcodde. If you want to add columns inside some article you can simply insert Columns control in the green content area of this specific page. Themler will automatically create shortcode.

Thank you,
Olivia

Hmmm, can you explain this more? I am not following your instructions. I believe they are asking about a Joomla editor not in Themler. Maybe you can add some more editor buttons for Joomla's editor?!

> Hi, > > This article is a little alb and re unpublished it. > Currently you don't need a shortcodde. If you want to add columns inside some article you can simply insert Columns control in the green content area of this specific page. Themler will automatically create shortcode. > > Thank you, > Olivia Hmmm, can you explain this more? I am not following your instructions. I believe they are asking about a Joomla editor not in Themler. Maybe you can add some more editor buttons for Joomla's editor?!
Support Team
Support Team posted this 18 July 2017

Hi Dave,

. I believe they are asking about a Joomla editor not in Themler.

What is the difference? You can add Columns and style them in the way you need in Themler and get shortcode in the Joomla editor. It easier then creating of the shortcode manually.

Thank you,
Olivia

Hi Dave, > . I believe they are asking about a Joomla editor not in Themler. What is the difference? You can add Columns and style them in the way you need in Themler and get shortcode in the Joomla editor. It easier then creating of the shortcode manually. Thank you, Olivia
DaveOzric
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DaveOzric posted this 18 July 2017

I do not understand what you are saying.

Say I want to add columns to a Joomla article. How is this done with you idea? Can you show me how you are doing this?

I do not understand what you are saying. Say I want to add columns to a Joomla article. How is this done with you idea? Can you show me how you are doing this?
Bayern
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Bayern posted this 19 July 2017

open your article in Themler
insert columns - insert html - save

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go to Joomal admin panel - open your article

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open your article in Themler insert columns - insert html - save !1.png! go to Joomal admin panel - open your article !2.png!
Stagger Lee
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Stagger Lee posted this 19 July 2017

It is no solution for Users who dont want to use Themler for content editing.

It is no solution for Users who dont want to use Themler for content editing.
Bayern
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Bayern posted this 19 July 2017

This is for Joomla and can be edited there with every editor

This is for Joomla and can be edited there with every editor
DaveOzric
605 Posts
DaveOzric posted this 19 July 2017

It is no solution for Users who dont want to use Themler for content editing.

Right, exactly, I do not want to open articles in Themler to add columns. We need a editor button that adds columns as a plugin.

Sometimes I may want to use Themler to add some fancy stuff but often I just need 2 columns and it's a pain to go through all that.

> It is no solution for Users who dont want to use Themler for content editing. > Right, exactly, I do not want to open articles in Themler to add columns. We need a editor button that adds columns as a plugin. Sometimes I may want to use Themler to add some fancy stuff but often I just need 2 columns and it's a pain to go through all that.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 20 July 2017

Hi,

I've updates shortcodes in the article and published it back.
But in any cause, it's easier to create specific article where you will insert controls in Themler to get shortcodes. Because Themler allows you to easily stylize the controls which will be converted to the shortcode instead of manual adding attributes. You can then copy shortcodes from this article into other articles or modules/widgets where shortcode processing is supported.

Thank you,
Olivia

Hi, I've updates shortcodes in the article and published it back. But in any cause, it's easier to create specific article where you will insert controls in Themler to get shortcodes. Because Themler allows you to easily stylize the controls which will be converted to the shortcode instead of manual adding attributes. You can then copy shortcodes from this article into other articles or modules/widgets where shortcode processing is supported. Thank you, Olivia
cogray
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cogray posted this 26 July 2017

Hi,

I've updates shortcodes in the article and published it back.
But in any cause, it's easier to create specific article where you will insert controls in Themler to get shortcodes. Because Themler allows you to easily stylize the controls which will be converted to the shortcode instead of manual adding attributes. You can then copy shortcodes from this article into other articles or modules/widgets where shortcode processing is supported.

Thank you,
Olivia

Olivia,

Thank you for publishing this back.

I can't speak for everyone but for me I sell my services to prospects by telling them Joomla (or other CMS) allows them to edit the content themselves without technical knowledge. This is a big selling point. I've always felt that your targeted audience is more technical then my end-user. Your interface has greatly improve from our perspective but I would never let my customers edit content using your editor. Although it would probably allow me to make more money fixing all the things they break, I would loose them as clients. :-) On that note please never take away the ability to save the template without the Themler editor.

> Hi, > > I've updates shortcodes in the article and published it back. > But in any cause, it's easier to create specific article where you will insert controls in Themler to get shortcodes. Because Themler allows you to easily stylize the controls which will be converted to the shortcode instead of manual adding attributes. You can then copy shortcodes from this article into other articles or modules/widgets where shortcode processing is supported. > > Thank you, > Olivia Olivia, Thank you for publishing this back. I can't speak for everyone but for me I sell my services to prospects by telling them Joomla (or other CMS) allows them to edit the content themselves without technical knowledge. This is a big selling point. I've always felt that your targeted audience is more technical then my end-user. Your interface has greatly improve from our perspective but I would never let my customers edit content using your editor. Although it would probably allow me to make more money fixing all the things they break, I would loose them as clients. :-) On that note please never take away the ability to save the template without the Themler editor.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 26 July 2017

Hi cogray,

Themler is a theme generator at first place. There are a lot of ready paid and free CMS visual content builders that you can use. We're also working on our own.

Thank you,
Olivia

Hi cogray, Themler is a theme generator at first place. There are a lot of ready paid and free CMS visual content builders that you can use. We're also working on our own. Thank you, Olivia

Last edited 26 July 2017 by Support Team

DaveOzric
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DaveOzric posted this 26 July 2017

I don't want Themler complicated with too much editing ability for basic users.

I don't want Themler complicated with too much editing ability for basic users.
Bayern
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Bayern posted this 26 July 2017

Thank you Olivia,

i fully agree with you

Thank you Olivia, i fully agree with you
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