Creative Tim's Rotating CSS Cards

This plugin will allow WordPress developers to use Creative Tim's Rotating CSS Cards through a programmable shortcode.

Author:Hudson Atwell (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:3.8
WordPress version tested:4.1.1
Plugin version:1.0.2
Added to WordPress repository:25-02-2015
Last updated:01-04-2015
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
Rating, %:100
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Plugin URI:http://www.creative-tim.com/product/rotating-...
Total downloads:1 296
Active installs:20+
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This plugin will allow WordPress developers to use Creative Tim's Rotating CSS Cards through a programmable shortcode.

/* note for the shortcode below to work in WordPress it will need to have all it's options on one line */
[card 
    col_md = "4"
    col_sm = "6"
    cover_photo = "http://www.assets.com/assets/images/rotating_card_thumb.png"
    profile_photo = "http://www.assets.com/assets/images/creative_tim.jpg"
    title = "Creative Tim"
    sub_title = "Start designing and developing faster."
    address = "Bld Victoriei 201, Bucharest, Romania"
    company = "Creative Tim"
    show_stars = "true"
    star_count = "5"
    email = "hello@creative-tim.com"
    phone = "+40746 461 075"
    website = "http://www.creative-tim.com/"
    twitter = "https://twitter.com/CreativeTim"
    facebook = "https://www.facebook.com/CreativeTim"
    googleplus = "http://www.creative-tim.com/contact-us"
    motto = "Start designing and developing faster."
]
<h4>Flipped Card Content Header</h4>

<p>
You can use this this rotating CSS card for presenting your team or to show more information about the users from your platform.  We're sure you can find many other use cases for it and we would like to see them all! Just add a link in the comments and we'll let you know what we think.
</p>

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