There are several shortcodes you can use to display certain information on your website.
To credit the developer/designer of the website in the footer, we can use the the
[credit] Shortcode. We only need to specify the publisher name we want to display + the actual link to the website. The shortcode will then render a link to the publishers website like this.
Powered by the [credit url="https://wp-pagebuilderframework.com" name="Page Builder Framework"]
Result: Powered by the Page Builder Framework
Social Icons Premium
You can set up and customize Social Profile icons under General -> Social Media Links & General -> Social Media Icons inside the WordPress Customizer. To display them in the footer or anywhere else on your website, simply use the
Responsive Youtube & Vimeo videos Premium
Have you ever tried to display a responsive youtube video within your blog post? If so, you may ended up searching the web for code snippets. We made this easy for you – simply use the [wpbf-responsive-video] shortcode and your YouTube or Vimeo Video adjusts to its parent width.
In terms of GDPR, you can chose wether you want the video to load automatically or let people opt-in before establishing a connection to YouTube or Vimeo.
This can be done by adding the “opt_in” tag to the shortcode:
[wpbf-responsive-video src="https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/GH28y-XjHdo" opt_in="true"]
Note: you can’t simply copy and paste the url to your YouTube/Vimeo. Make sure to grab the embed-link from the actual iframe like this: