Shortcodes Finder

Description

Shortcodes Finder helps you to:
* Find every shortcode (by tag or content type) present in your WordPress posts, pages and custom type contents
* Search unused shortcodes
* Disable active or unused/orphan shortcodes
* Test your shortcodes before use them in your website

Screenshots

  • Search specific shortcode or see all the shortcodes working in your website. The plugin gives you a rapid access to contents, test page or shortcode documentation.
  • Fine every shortcode divided by content page. You can search into Posts, Pages and every custom content type used in your website.
  • Get a rapid view to all unused Shortcode. With plugin you will be able to disable them with one click.
  • For each shortcode found by plugin you can test it, defining parameters and showing directly the result.
  • The documentation page helps you to find the shortcode source file, classes and available parameters.
  • From settings page you can disable orphan/unused shortcodes with one click or disable active shortcodes one by one.

Installation

From your WordPress dashboard

  1. Visit ‘Plugins > Add New’
  2. Search for ‘Shortcodes Finder’
  3. Activate the plugin from your Plugins page.

From WordPress.org

  1. Download Shortcodes Finder zip file
  2. Unzip it
  3. Upload the unzipped directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
  4. Activate the plugin from your Plugins page.

Reviews

9 0912 April 0912 000000 2021
This plugin was such a good find and I'm truly grateful to the developers. I really needed something like this and it works great. What would be even more helpful is if it could somehow search a multi-site instance. We have so many sub-sites and it takes a while go check each one individually.
26 2635 January 2635 000000 2021
When you take over a WordPress site that had several other people working on it before you and there is tons of old content, it's great to be able to find shortcodes that you either no longer need, or shortcodes left from plugins that were removed. This plugin is so easy to use and gives great information. Kudos to the author.
5 0512 January 0512 000000 2021
I ran into this problem: I no longer want to use a plugin, but I know I have shortcodes for it in at least a dozen posts, but how should I know which ones? And voilá, here is the perfect and simple solution! Without unnecessary bells and whistles, but with everything you need for this purpose. Thank you!
29 2951 December 2951 000000 2020
Other plugins of shortcodes finder aren't update. And this plugin is actually solution for WP 5.6. Also this plugin works excellent!
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Contributors & Developers

“Shortcodes Finder” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

1.4.7

  • WordPress 5.8 compatibility

1.4.6

  • WordPress 5.7 compatibility
  • Link to other Scribit plugins in About page

1.4.5

  • Speed improvements (JS/CSS loading)
  • Plugin webpage changed
  • Font Awesome icons replaced by Dashicons
  • Minor changes

1.4.4

  • Redirect to plugin page after activation
  • WordPress 5.6 compatibility

1.4.3

  • Redirect to plugin page after activation
  • WordPress 5.5 compatibility

1.4.2

  • Added an option to search shortcodes in draft, future, pending and private contents
  • Replaced old guid links with permalinks
  • WordPress 5.4.2 compatibility

1.4.1

  • Added an option to search for shortcodes parameters into documentation page
  • Speeded up documentation page
  • Link to shortcode uses from documentation page
  • Hidden extra contents during documentation page searches

1.4.0

  • Documentation page: get information about shortcodes (source file, class and parameters) – Thanks to @luxxor
  • Removed unnecessary frontend js/css calls
  • Excluded some false positive unused shortcodes
  • Used Font Awesome icons instead of images
  • WordPress 5.4.1 compatibility
  • Tablepress compatibility
  • New screenshots in plugin documentation

1.3.0

  • Settings page
  • Disable all unused/orphan shortcodes
  • Disable selected active shortcodes
  • WordPress 5.3.2 compatibility
  • Minor changes

1.2.10

  • Fix multi accordion for same shortcode in unused shortcodes tab
  • Fix copy to clipboard function

1.2.9

  • Ajax search for website with a lot of contents
  • Graphic improvements
  • Code refactoring

1.2.8

  • Search into contents for a specific shortcode
  • Minor changes

1.2.7

  • WordPress 5.2 compatibility
  • Visual Composer (WP Bakery page builder) compatibility
  • “Copy to clipboard” function for tested shortcodes
  • Italian language
  • Minor changes

1.2.6

  • WordPress 5.1 compatibility
  • Bugfixes
  • Minor changes

1.2.5

  • Recursivity to find many shortcode occurrences

1.2.4

  • WordPress 5.0 compatibility
  • Bugfixes

1.2.3

  • Security improvements

1.2.x

  • Graphic improvements
  • Minor changes

1.2.0

  • Added the Unused Shortcodes page
  • Shortcode counter
  • Bugfixes

1.1.x

  • Bugfixes

1.1.0

  • Custom post types shortcodes view
  • Trimmed long contents inside shortcode preview

1.0.1

  • Correction on parameters passing to test page
  • Textarea instead of input field for test content

1.0.0

  • First plugin version