Anatomy comes with three main shortcodes. The documentation the comes with Anatomy explains each in full, but you can get a quick preview right here.
The column shortcode allows you to create any number of columns you want. The columns will automatically reduce in size as the width of the browser gets smaller and smaller.
See it in action here:
This column is only four columns wide.
This column is eight columns wide. On a page with a sidebar like this, you just need to keep the total width less than twelve.
On a full-width page, you can keep adding columns up to sixteen.
More often than not, you need to create a compelling call to action. Why waste your time creating buttons for every instance, when you can just use a short code to create beautiful, customizable buttons on the fly?
You can create buttons of different colors, sizes and include any icon available from Font Awesome that you want.
A simple button: Buttons are easy!
A big blue button: Security Measures
A small red button: Logout
One of the biggest reasons people look for themes based on Twitter Bootstrap is the natural integration of the Font Awesome icons. Now, you can use these amazing vector-based icons anywhere in your site, without needing a Twitter Bootstrap theme.
You can do that using the Icon shortcode.
Including an icon is incredibly easy.
And there are so many to choose from!