Dec 182013

Last Updated: February 08, 2016

The following Catablog Shortcode Tutorial Part 3 will show you how to add different shortcodes to pages or post and more.

Latest News: I have updated the information and the images.

CataBlog Shortcode Tutorial Part 3 Steps

Step 1 ) In the following example the gallery shortcode is added using the gallery template.

Note: Each gallery you create adds a unique id number.


Step 2 )  The next image shows you 3 images displaying using a Gallery template. You can also see the following Previous underneath the 3 images. If there are no more images to display the Previous message is pointless. Click on the following URL Troubleshooting CataBlog and check Q10 for the solution.


Step 3 )  The next image displays 3 images vertically without adding a Gallery template.

[catablog_gallery id=”57″ ]


Step 4 ) In the following example a limit of 2 is added to the shortcode.


Step 5 ) The following image displays 2 images and you can see the Previous 1 2 Next underneath the images. This lets you know that there are more images to view.


Step 6 )  In the following example the category zynga1 is added to the shortcode.


Step 7 )  The following image displays only 1 image in the category zynga1. If there were more images it would display them.


Please continue reading Catablog Shortcode Tutorial Part 4 which illustrates more shortcodes.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and it helps you with Catablog. If you have any question leave a message. I will keep updating this tutorial.


For more CataBlog tutorials check the following Link

Manuel Ballesta RuizManuel Ballesta Ruiz is a web developer, Blogger and WordPress Enthusiast.

  6 Responses to “Catablog Shortcode Tutorial Part 3”

  1. I do not believe I have it in me to keep up with maintaining a place
    like yours! Awesome piece of work, I really would
    love to see you keep on for a long time.

  2. I am curious to find out what blog system
    you are utilizing? I’m experiencing some small security issues with my latest site and I would like to find something more safe. Do you have any solutions?

    • Hello, thank you for your comment. I am using the same blog system as you WordPress. In relation to security would you be able to share some more information via a private e-mail or message if you like? It would be my pleasure to reveal what I am using. However in saying that, as long as you keep your site up to date with plugins, theme and WordPress then it is harder to get hacked. Of course you need to have some security plugins set up to implement more security.

      Let me know if you need more information.

      Kind regards

  3. Hi!

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge and creating these great material. I new with this so Italia being very useful. I have not publish my site yet but i am close ;-) I wonder if you can share with me as well about the security aspects.



    • Hello Charlie, thank you for your comment. What would you like to know about security? If you can elaborate more about this then I will be able to guide you further.

      Kind regards

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