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I'm working with a Visual Composer shortcode to call a text resizer into being. When using the Visual Composer or the classic WYSIWYG, if I insert it's shortcode

[enlarge_text small='A' medium='A' large='A' default_value='medium']

into the editors it works with 0 issue. So in the interest of making my life easier, I went to add this into the Wordpress base templates with:

<?php
     echo do_shortcode('[enlarge_text small='A' medium='A' large='A' default_value='medium']');
?>

Sadly, no joy. I've checked to confirm the base templates are using the content callout, and should I edit them incorrectly they definitely take down the site, so I feel I'm in the right place instead of this theme having some special custom set hidden away that I'm just missing.

Thoughts?

Thank you in advance!

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    to answer this, you'll probably have to look at exactly what the shortcode does. there's probably some javascript and css that ties it all together which is missing and/or targeted incorrectly.
    – Milo
    Jun 21, 2016 at 18:36

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First, check the quotes:

<?php echo do_shortcode('[enlarge_text small="A" medium="A" large="A" default_value="medium"]'); ?>
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  • You could be a bit more clear in your answer: OP has mixed up single and double quotes.
    – cjbj
    Jun 21, 2016 at 19:52
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    No need for clarity on Roman's part. He was right actually. The double quote did make the difference. All joy. Thank you Roman for something I obviously should have tried sooner. You da man.
    – Huginn
    Jun 22, 2016 at 13:12

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