Implementation of Wordpress' Shortcode syntax in Thelia (with https://github.com/maiorano84/shortcodes).
This module scan the Thelia response at the research of registred short code (in DB), if a short code is find the module dispatch the associated event.
- Copy the module into
<thelia_root>/local/modules/directory and be sure that the name of the module is ShortCode.
- Activate it in your thelia administration panel
Add it in your main thelia composer.json file
composer require thelia/shortcode-module:~1.0
This module https://github.com/thelia-modules/ShortCodeMeta is a good example of how to use ShortCode.
1. Register your short codes
You can do this at the post activation of your module. The best way to do this is to use the module method :
the first parameter is the name you will use to call the short code in your templates (like this `[my_shortcode_name], second parameter is the event dispatched when the short code is detected.
2. Add short codes to your templates
The short codes syntax is as follows:
[shortcode] - No content, no attributes [shortcode]My Content[/shortcode] - Short code with content [shortcode attribute=value foo=bar] - Short code with attributes [shortcode attribute=value foo=bar]My Content[/shortcode] - Short code with content and attributes
3. Listen events associated to your short codes
When a short code is detected in response a
ShortCodeEvent is dispatched with the event name given at the creation.
So if you want replace your short code by something you have to listen this event.
In this event you have 3 properties :
content(string) The content between your tags it will be
My Contentfor the example above.
attributes(array) The array of all attributes passed to your short code
['attribute'=>'value', 'foo'=>'bar']for the example above.
result(string) Your short code will be replaced by this value in response (equal to content by default)