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I want to add a button (that will open an INFO popup screen with info about a certain option in a woocommerce variable product), all that can be easily created with a plugin that converts the whole thing to a shortcode, the problem is to insert it into the products page, this will run on hundreds of products so i cannot simply add it on the HTML directly.

I will attach below the CSS code that works to add an IMAGE to where i want, but im guessing we cant use the "Content" CSS to add shortcodes or so i tried..

Please advice me how can i insert a shortcode in that EXACT location (that is only one of the lines that will use the INFO button, each variable title will get a different one)

.label [for=pa_size-of-product]:before {
    content: url(shortcode would go here, but only images or text work with this option) !important;
}

Thanks!

  • It should be more helpful if you post an actual URL with place where you want to add the code. – twelvell Jun 14 '19 at 22:44
  • H Twelvell, here is a link to a dummy product, basically i want to place the shortcode (which will be a button that opens a modal, created in Elementor Pro) in the place of the Facebook icon, which i placed there via CSS so you can easily see the spot i want, basically i will do the same on all the variable titles, with different shortcodes, thanks! – Marcio da Silva Jun 15 '19 at 9:01
  • Forgot the link haha - back.frapids.pt/produto/test-01/… – Marcio da Silva Jun 15 '19 at 9:01
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You can’t do what you’re trying to do.

If you want to output a shortcode you need to do it in the content or template. You can’t place one with CSS.

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  • Hi Jacob, yes i know i cant put shortcodes via CSS (only text and image), thats why im asking how can i insert it via function.php or something else, i know some html/css, but zero at php haha :) Also to point out, i cant do it directly on the HTML page because this will run on hundreds of products – Marcio da Silva Jun 15 '19 at 8:58

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