WordPress Shortcodes is a free WordPress plugin that brings an amazing set of beautiful and useful elements to your site. The plugin comes bundled with the full set of elements, all absolutely free of charge.
If you’re eager to get a functioning example of how the shortcodes elements look and feel, you can look at some basic example shortcodes on the Stripefolio demo site. Note that the demo site only presents a limited subset, the best way to test them is to install the plugin and try it yourself!
If you want to take it to the next level and hugely improve the appearance of the elements and make them look more professional, you might want to consider purchasing the SlickPanel skin.
There are many different kinds of WordPress shortcodes and elements that cover for all your requirements. These include functionality for User Interface creation, Layout management, Lists, Buttons, Message boxes, smart links to easily link contents on your site without using full URLs but with IDs or names and a bunch of other useful tools.
The WordPress shortcodes plugin allows you to create all of the above with great ease by providing a very easy to use and intuitive shortcode editor that opens in a lightbox in the edit post/page interface, both at the top of the WordPress editor in the WordPress shortcodes toolbar as well as in the plain HTML editor.
Thanks to this neat and easy WordPress shortcodes editor you’ll be able to insert many different UI elements in your posts and pages, including super slick and highly compatible SEO aware tabs and accordions, called sections in the WordPress Shortcodes plugin.
You will also be able to add UI buttons, even ones looking like purchase buttons, with tags; export-safe links to any content on your site and with support for powerful custom templates. The WordPress Shortcodes plugin offers these and many more great elements and tools.
The plugin also offers conditional shortcodes that allow you to present content on your site based on certain requirements and checks, such as only if the user is logged in or if the user is an administrator, an editor, author or has a custom capability or if the current post is password protected.
You can also check out the free WordPress plugins registry page for the WordPress Shortcodes plugin here.