Take a look at our shortcode documentation, which contains demonstrations of 40+ custom made shortcodes and real-world usage examples.View shortcodes
Chap is constantly in active development based on customer feedback, getting more plugin coverage and features every week.View latest updates
Semantic comes equipped with multiple themes for UI components which let’s you have complete design freedom.
Chap allows to change Semantic UI themes straight from the WordPress dashboard.
<buttons three large> <button active>One</button> <button>Two</button> <button>Three</button> </buttons>
Chap provides shortcodes based on many Semantic UI components, which treat words and classes as exchangeable concepts.
Classes use syntax from natural languages like noun/modifier relationships, word order, and plurality to link concepts intuitively.
With a simple Setup Wizard you can install required plugins, setup updates and choose your custom dummy content quickly.
Watch a video of Chap being set up on a brand new WordPress site in 3 minutes or check out the resulting website here.
Chap brings Semantic UI’s themable components to WordPress and AMP with simple but powerful shortcodes.View all shortcodes
WP FileSystem API help
If WordPress FileSystem API is unable to read or write files, then the server configuration is not correct. This could be due to file ownership, permissions or the method that is used. Using direct method for handling filesystem tasks usually solves the problem. Edit your wp-config.php file and add this code, if it doesn’t already…
Creating new files in the WordPress theme editor
WordPress theme editor can be used to modify theme files straight from the WordPress admin dashboard. The editor is located under Appearance -> Editor, or in case of multi-site WordPress installation, Themes -> Editor (in the Network admin dashboard). It is most useful for adding snippets of code, action hooks and filters to the child…