Curvybox Shortcode

This WordPress plugin allows you to easily insert a part of your post into a floating box with rounded corners. It is useful for creating asides or highlighting an important part of the text that you want your readers to see immediately.

[curvybox style=color:#fff;padding:10px;font-size:14px]Example of a message in a Curvybox[/curvybox]

The plugin uses CurvyCorner to make the corners of the box round.

To insert the box, use the shortcode:

The plugin also supports simple additional parameters in the format
[curvybox parameter=value ]TEXT[/curvybox]:

  • radius: radius of the rounded corners, in pixels (default: ‘6’)
  • width: width of the box, for example ‘100px’, ‘30%’, ’60em’ (default: ‘150px’)
  • float: float position of the box, ‘left’ or ‘right’ (default: right)
  • bgcolor: background color in hexadecimal notation (default: ‘#006DB0’)
  • style: additional css style


  1. Upload the folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.

Download the plugin


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