• [button color=”blue”]Blue[/button] [button color=”purple”]Purple[/button] [button color=”green”]Green[/button] [button color=”gold”]Gold[/button] [button color=”wine”]Wine[/button] [button color=”orange”]Orange[/button] [button color=”black”]Black[/button]

    [show_shortcode]
    [button href=”” color=”” target=”” id=””]Label[/button]
    [/show_shortcode]

    Options

    • href

      Link to follow when clicked Example: http://mysite.com/blog

    • color

      Color of the button Example: blue, purple, green gold, wine orange, black

    • target

      Target attribute for the link Example: _blank

    • id

      Adds an ID attribute to the button element


    Paypal Button

    The paypal button is a powerful shortcode that you may include in the content area of any service you add to Brick and Mortar. This button will automatically use the price, title and other attributes that you have saved with your item. Optionally, you may override the inherited settings using the available attributes listed below.

    [paypal_button]Buy Now![/paypal_button]

    [show_shortcode]
    [paypal_button]Buy Now![/paypal_button]
    [/show_shortcode]

    Options

    • currency

      Specify the currency code for the payment Example: USD, CAD, EUR

    • price

      Specify the price for the item (optional). If no price is specified, the price saved with the WordPress item will be used.

    • paypal_email

      Specify your paypal email address (optional). If no email is specified the WordPress Admin user email will be used.

    • title

      Adds an ID attribute to the button element

    • id

      Specify the item ID that is sent to paypal (optional). If no ID is specified, the ID of the WordPress item will be used.

    • button_color

      Choose the color of button Example: blue, purple, green gold, wine orange, black