Keep in mind that the plugin must be installed and activated for this to work.
The get_shot method has 3 parameters.
The other parameters, from the shotcode, can be implemented manually when outputting the html.
The Browser Shots plugin is compatibly with WordPress Multisite, just use the Network Activate feature to enable the shortcode on every site. If you only want to enable the shortcode for a specific site, activate the plugin for that site only.
The code can be found on Github
You can reach out to me with questions or problems on Twitter
This plugin provides 1 block.
Install easily with the WordPress plugin control panel or manually download the plugin and upload the folder browser-shots to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
I like it
wasanajones August 3, 2020
Great PlugIn Fantastic support
meingarten June 12, 2019
I would like to thank everyone involved for the great work. The fast response time and the helpful support are unique. The adaptation to my special wishes saved me weeks of working time. Thank you very much for that.
Great plugin, so customisable. So pleased I found it!
kategorgeous June 11, 2019
I love this plugin. I used to use ShrinkTheWeb but the support was rubbish and it was costing me $5 per month. This is so much more customisable. I can change the sizes, put in backgrounds, add captions and links. So pleased I found this plugin it works great on my site.
Browser Shots is Amazing
Ronald Huereca June 9, 2019
I was recently blessed to help contribute a Gutenberg block to Browser Shots. The shortcode, and now the block, are amazing additions.
Thanks, Ben, for this great plugin.
stuartbrameld February 15, 2019
Wow, just happened to stumble across this whilst looking for a url to screenshot API wondering if someone had created anything for WordPress. Absolutely amazing, thanks so much for putting this together.
hllyyc February 12, 2019
Perfect. Thank you 🙂 There may be another version of this plugin for the favicon.