Delayed Buttons Plugin Usage The Delayed Buttons plugin is designed to delay the appearance of your order button on the sales pages on your WordPress blogs. It can also be used to delay the appearance of any text or HTML on your blog, and isn’t restricted to just an order button. It allows you to specify a time in seconds before the HTML reveals itself by appearing in your page or post. The default appearance of the text is to fade in from nothing, but you can also specify an alternate animation of sliding down the content. It uses jquery to do this. You can place as many of these delayed buttons on your posts and pages as you like. In order to use the plugin, all you need to do is wrap the text or HTML with a pair of short code tags like so:-
You can optionally extend the delay of the appearance of the text by adding the keyword “delay” and a duration like so:-
In addition to this, you can also specify an animation time for the appearance of your HTML to slow it down a little like so:-
6 seconds and an animation duration of 3 seconds.
Finally you can also specify an alternative animation type like so:- [ dpb delay=”7″ duration=”3″ animation=”slideDown”] This is one has a delay of 7 seconds and animation duration of 3 seconds with slide down animation.
[/dpb] The above final example also includes some simple HTML to display an image. That’s all there is to it, and that’s as hard as it gets.
To use the plugin with your video sales page in WordPress, just find the point in
your video at which you want the order button to appear and calculate the delay
Then create the code following the examples above.
Of course, you’re not just restricted to using the plugin in this way, you can also
use it to delay the appearance of any HTML in any of your WordPress pages or