Print My Blog (PMB) Pro uses shortcodes for dynamic content in projects.
|pmb_project_title||Inserts the current project’s title. If the project has a metadatum called “Title” it is used instead. Especially useful for custom title pages, or referring to the project itself elsewhere in the project.||Praise for [pmb_project_title]|
|pmb_toc||Inserts the project’s table of contents. The table of contents is generated dynamically, and styled by your design. Useful in case you want to customize the table of contents page.||Topics covered:|
|pmb_title_page||Insert’s the design’s entire dynamic title page. Each design generates the title page differently, usually using project metadata.|
If you want to customize the title page, you should probably instead use <-- pmb there is no project title because this post is not being viewed as part of a project. You should probably not show this post to site visitors by making it private.-->
|pmb_byline||Gets the project’s metadatum “Byline” which normally contains the project’s author(s).||A Tale of Two Thumbs|
|pmb_footnote||Places the content between the opening and closing shortcode in a footnote when a project is printed. Useful for including content besides URLs in footnotes.||Print My Blog makes WordPress a replacement for Microsoft Word![pmb_footnote]]Note: Print My Blog is not part of the WordPress Foundation. It is a plugin that extends WordPress[[/pmb_footnote]|