Print-Pro-Matic 2.0 Test

This is some text inside the target div


Boy
Girl
Dog

OK, for some reason the current theme (Twenty-Seventeen) forces all form elements to display:none when printed. This works on other themes.

Excerpt with innline target

This is a test using Collapse-Pro-Matic and Collapse-Commander to display advanced excerpts and targets that display in-line with the excerpt when expanded. The concept is to split the elements into 4 sections:
1. the trigger
2. the static excerpt
3. the inline excerpt text
4. the content

[expand_trig cid="74" id="test2"/]
static excerpt
inline excerpt
[expand_targ cid="74" id="test2"/]
Inline Exerpt Test

This is a multiple paragraph area for the static portion of the excerpt. In will include not one…

But two paragraphs. This ends the static portion of the excerpt. The following text is generated from the excerpt defined in the expand element and will be removed when the trigger is expanded.

This is the amazing dynamic excerpt that will be displayed when the collapse element is hidden...

This is the amazing dynamic excerpt that will be displayed when the collapse element is hidden but then this new info is displayed when expanded. This is a test of how to use the Collapse-Commander with and excerpt. But also displaying the target text (this text) inline, so it appears to continue on where the excerpt left off.

This is a paragraph, and what follows is a nice photo:

This is the final paragraph, let’s see what happens now.

Here is test using collapse-commander with a cid:

[expand cid="74" id="test_3"/]

This is the amazing dynamic excerpt that will be displayed when the collapse element is hidden but then this new info is displayed when expanded. This is a test of how to use the Collapse-Commander with and excerpt. But also displaying the target text (this text) inline, so it appears to continue on where the excerpt left off.

This is a paragraph, and what follows is a nice photo:

This is the final paragraph, let’s see what happens now.

This is the amazing dynamic excerpt that will be displayed when the collapse element is hidden...

Inline Exerpt Test

Test using collapse-commander separating trigger from target like so:
Target
Excerpt
Trigger

This is the amazing dynamic excerpt that will be displayed when the collapse element is hidden...

This is the amazing dynamic excerpt that will be displayed when the collapse element is hidden but then this new info is displayed when expanded. This is a test of how to use the Collapse-Commander with and excerpt. But also displaying the target text (this text) inline, so it appears to continue on where the excerpt left off.

This is a paragraph, and what follows is a nice photo:

This is the final paragraph, let’s see what happens now.

Inline Exerpt Test

Print-O-Matic 2.0 Test

This is a test of the next version of print-o-matic. Here we have three content areas to print including an element not to print:

This is a content area that should be printed as it is

This is a content area that should also be printed, but it contains a special chunk of text that should not be printed

This chunk should not be printed

This content area should also be printed.

Archive-Pro-Matic 2.0 test

[archives type="monthly" sub_options="true" sub_order="ASC" show_empty="true" month_format="M"/]

    [archives type="quarterly" sub_options="true" show_empty="true"/]

      [archives type="seasonally" sub_options="true" show_empty="true"/]

        Annual Archive

        Testing updates.

        The attributed showcount has been renamed to show_post_count to reflect the wp_get_archives parameters. For now, both will work, but in the future, showcount will be depreciated:

        [archives type="yearly" showcount="true" /]

          [archives type="yearly" show_post_count="true" /]

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          T(-) Countdown and Caching

          This is a test to see how best to implement the T(-) Countdown plugin with a caching service. For this example, we will be using Rocket Loader by Cloudflare.

          Countdown using a shortcode with debug set to true:

          [tminus id="monkey" t="2020-05-29 13:30:00" debug="true" omitmonths="true" omitweeks="true"/]

          Days
          0
          0
          0
          Hours
          0
          0
          Minutes
          0
          0
          Seconds
          0
          0
          Now: 2020-12-02 23:27:26 Europe/Berlin
          Target: 2020-05-29 13:30:00 Europe/Berlin
          Time to Target: 187 days 9 hours 57 mins. 26 secs.
          Time to Target UTC: 187 days 8 hours 57 mins. 26 secs.
          Browser Now (JS): loading...
          Browser Target (JS): loading...
          Timezone Delta: loading...
          Rest Now (JS): loading...
          Time to Target (Rest): loading...
          Time Cached: loading...

          T(-) Countdown Test

          This is a test to help troubleshoot the issue with wrong hour calculations. The following shortcode should display a countdown that launches on May 29th 2020 13:30 (29-05-2020 13:30:00) using the shortcode block with the following shortcode:
          [tminus t="29-05-2020 13:30:00"/]

          Months
          0
          0
          Days
          0
          0
          Hours
          0
          0
          Minutes
          0
          0
          Seconds
          0
          0

          This is an example of a countdown that disappears on launch using the following shortcode:
          [tminus t="+5 seconds"] [/tminus]
          note: the single space wrapped by the shortcode… it’s important.

          Months
          0
          0
          Days
          0
          0
          Hours
          0
          0
          Minutes
          0
          0
          Seconds
          0
          5