Every created CJT Block is automatically assigned a Shortcode that can be used from WordPress Posts. Block can be delegated by using [cjtoolbox] Shortcode. If you’re running a PRO edition you can use the TinyMCE button for inserting the Shortcode. Shortcode can delegate the block by either Block Name or Id. As the Id is a little hard to remember and might broken when moving your site data to another host you its recommended to always use Block Name.
Example: Delegate Block By Name:
Example: Delegate Block By Id:
Another parameter is being supported by Shortcode is force parameter. force parameter is ideal when the Block you’re trying to delegate using Shortcode is already being linked to the same request via the Assignment Panel. When CJT Applier find such a case where a Block is linked to the request while its delegated via Shortcode it cannot output the same Block twice unless user being forcing that! That’s it. force parameter is set to false by default in order to force the Block to be executed and outputted even if its being duplicated just set force to true.
Example: Force Block to be executed via Shortcode even if its being assigned to the same request.
[cjtoolbox name=”NAME” force=”true”]