About Thrive Architect
It’s important to note that the shortcode adder for AccessAlly and ProgressAlly does not appear inside the Thrive Architect page builder!
This means that while you can use Thrive Architect with AccessAlly there are a few extra steps you’ll need to take to get your shortcodes into Thrive Architect.
Here’s a screenshot of the shortcode adder.
Option 1: Using The Classic Editor Plugin (Recommended)
Step 1: Install and activate the Classic Editor Plugin
Adding the Classic Editor plugin to your site will allow you to easily see and copy AccessAlly (and ProgressAlly) shortcodes for use with Thrive Architect.
After installing and activating the Classic Editor plugin go to Settings > Writing and set the default editor for all users to the Classic Editor as shown in the screenshot below.
Step 2: Add shortcodes to the page.
Open up a page inside your site and add in any shortcodes you need for AccessAlly or ProgressAlly (Pro version) using the shortcode adder as shown in the screenshot below.
Step 3: Launch Thrive Architect
When you launch Thrive Architect you’ll see your AccessAlly and ProgressAlly (Pro version) shortcodes inside a WordPress Content block as shown in the screenshot below. Note! It’s important that you’re using the Thrive Architect WordPress Content Block in order to be able to edit or add in additional shortcodes.
Option 2: Using the AccessAlly Shortcode Guide (Advanced)
If you’re tech-savvy and an experienced WordPress user you may prefer using our AccessAlly Shortcode Guide which you can find by clicking here.