The CJT code block is the basic unit for writing code and to associate it with specific WordPress requests.
The Assignment Panel is a tabs window, which appears on the right side of the code block editor and is used to assign/apply the code block into specific requests.
Yes. You can select any number of items you need, there is no limitation regarding this.
Yes. It's one of the most useful features that CJT supports as it allows you to manage/split your codes into several code blocks, allowing you to override code in a former (or lower ordered) code block.
These lists with checkboxes represent all of your WordPress Pages, Posts, Categories and Custom Posts that your entire website contains. It also supports subpages and sub-categories, which you will also find in there.
As there are a number of requests that are not available as normal WordPress items (e.g. Pages, Posts, etc) but since it's commonly required and most likely be used, you will find them pre-defined in the Auxiliary tab. In the Auxiliary tab you can find pages like: Home, Blog Index, Author, 404 error, Tag, Archive, Entire website, Front-end, Admin backend and much more!
Pages, Posts, Custom Posts and Categories tabs are created to simplify the assignment process for all types of users. Using URLs is great for fast performance as it requires less time to evaluate/identify the request! However, not all things can be done through the URLs tab. For example, applying a single block to a Category index page and all its sub-categories.
The Advanced Expression tab allows you to fully control what requests to integrate into the code block by using Regular Expressions. In other words, allowing CJT users to define more requests to assign the code block to.
Yes by hovering your mouse cursor over the code block title bar until it turns into a four-sided arrow, this allow you to move the blocks. Clicking the block title bar allows you to open and close the blocks.
Yes. The block is created and saved in your database. In order to discard the block, you have to delete it.
No. In order to save blocks order you need to press 'Save All Changes' button.
No. After delete block you need to click 'Save All Changes' button.
Make sure you have copied and pasted the Page, Post, or Category URL exactly as it appears in the address bar. For example, you may have inadvertently included an extra forward slash at the end of your URL.
Hook location feature gives you control over the location of outputting the CSS/JS code. This is useful in case overriding another plugins' CSS is required. Also sometimes its better to put your JS code in the footer to avoid slowing down your page load.
Due to the overwhelming amount of emails we get for users requesting support for our CJT plugins, we cannot provide support for the CJT Free plugin (hosted here on WordPress.org) at this stage unfortunately. If you wish to receive priority support, please visit our CJT website and purchase a license for any of our plugins.
Requires: 3.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-7-17
3 of 3 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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