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Shortcode Demo: Trivia Match Full View

This post was created for demo purpose of OnionBuzz shortcodes. You can check how stories look when you place them on blog posts or any page via shortcode. It differs from how it looks when you add stories via OnionBuzz native custom posts. Using shortcodes with WordPress blog posts you need to add featured image, title and description for the post in addition. While with native OnionBuzz custom post types you need to fill the story only.

Benefits of shortcodes are that you can add stories anywhere on your website. But with native plugin features you have less worries with formatting. And the great thing is that both methods work great together on one website.

In this Demo:

Let’s check how Trivia Match in Full View mode looks like if we add it to this blog post.


Can You Guess The TV Show From The Bad Drawing?

You can think it's easy but the most difficult part is in the end. Let's start:

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GUESS
I give up

It's The Simpsons!

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GUESS
I give up

It's Game of Thrones!

Jamie Jones Ⓒ
GUESS
I give up

It's Spongebob Squarepants!

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GUESS
I give up

It's Lost!

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GUESS
I give up

It's Twin Peaks!

And the last one...

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GUESS
I give up

It's Friends!

All 6 questions completed!


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Conclusion

This demo shows that you can place OnionBuzz shortocode anywhere inside the post or page. For example, that is not necessary to begin or end the post with OnionBuzz story. We placed it in the middle of our demo article. Thanks for watching!

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