Using Shortcodes

If you are familiar with WordPress, you have likely used shortcodes.

In a nutshell, Shortcode = Shortcut + Code.

At Efty, shortcodes use curly brackets tags{}to define how they’re used. Shortcodes magically transform into something useful on the front end, allowing you to create dynamic content without worrying about HTML or embed codes.

Each Shortcode performs a particular function on a Smart Lander, such as Domain Name, Owner’s name, Domain Logo, or Visitor Stats.

You will be using Shortcodes when using the Instant Editor. Here’s where you find them:

Shortcodes are essential to use if you’re creating a Smart Lander that you plan on using for more than one domain name.

Currently, you can use the following Shortcodes:

{domain_name} – This code will display your domain name.

{domain_lto_price} – This code will display the domain name’s Lease-to-own price if your domain is opted into our Dan.com lease-to-own integration.

{domain_price} – This code will show your domain name’s price.

{domain_currency} – This code will show your preferred currency (USD or EUR).

{domain_currency_short} – This code will show your preferred currency ($ or €).

{owner_fullname} – This code will show your full (company) name as added under Efty.com settings in your account here.

{last_active} – This code will show when the seller (you) were last active. This timestamp is based on your last sign-in to the Efty Investor application.

{domain_logo} – This code will display the custom logo you have uploaded for your domain.

{visitor_stats} – This code will show the visitor stats for your domain from the last 30 days.

{current_year} – This code will show the current year.