Thanks for installing! Let me show you around:
- All of the documentation can be found at The documentation page
Materializer comes with over 25 different Material Design components
and hundreds of ways to customize them. To get a good idea of how it all
works, add this short-code to your page after installing the plugin:
[card title=”A Cool Card!” text=”text-darken-3 grey” title_color=”blue”]
I am a very simple card. I am good at containing mall bits of
information. I am convenient because I require little markup to use
[link text=”blue” to=”/”]Go Home[/link]
The short-code above gives a material design card, of which you can
control the title, background color, text color, and link color. This
is just one of many ways you can use and combine short-codes.
Support and Bugs
If you have any question, can’t get something to work, or notice a bug, please submit it on the
Materializer issue tracker.
Pull requests to the Github Repo are also welcome!
View the full documentation on the Materializer Website
You can install this plugin a couple of different ways:
WordPress Plugin Directory
- If you usually install plugins via the WordPress Dashboard ‘Add
Plugins’ page, you can just search for ‘Materializer’ and click
Install from the .zip:
In your WordPress dashboard, go to
Plugins -> Add New. Choose
Upload a New Pluginand upload the
Manual install from .zip:
.zipfile and extract it into your sites
Be sure to extract it into a directory called
Once you have the plugin installed via one of the methods above, you
can go to the Plugins page of your WordPress site and click
on Materializer. Once successfully activated, you’re good to go!
- FIX: Fix CSS namespace issue that created conflicts with other elements and styles on the page.
- Initial Release