Enhancing Website Display: Introducing Shortcode Functionality for Website Name in WordPress Themes

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In order to conveniently showcase the website name on various pages and posts using a shortcode, a straightforward solution is to implement a custom script within the functions.php file or via a new fluent snippet. This approach ensures accessibility even for users utilizing the free version of Most WordPress themes and plugins, allowing seamless integration of dynamic information alongside content

I use fluent snippet plugin for all my functions, js, and CSS:

Place this code at the end of the functions.php or inside your favorite code snippet plugin.

// Function to generate website name shortcode
function website_name_shortcode($atts, $content = null) {
    // Get the website name
    $website_name = get_bloginfo('name');

    // Return the website name without adding a CSS class
    return '<span class="website-name">' . esc_html($website_name) . '</span>';
}
add_shortcode('website_name', 'website_name_shortcode');

add_filter('wp_nav_menu_objects', 'add_nav_label_to_title_attribute');

The shortcode:

[website_name]

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Notes:

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This basic script, CSS style, and plugin are designed to function optimally assuming minimal interference from your theme or other plugins. If conflicts occur or further customization is needed, additional adjustments may be necessary. Please note that this script, CSS style, or plugin must be used AS IS.

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