Better shortcodes. Embed HTML into your blog's posts, pages, titles, comments, and widgets with this powerful, easy-to-use plugin.
If you are looking for an easier way to create and manage embedded HTML and shortcodes then this is it. Embedder allows you to create as many HTML embeds as you like without writing a single line of PHP code (though if you need to do it, Embedder allows you to do that too).
Create local HTML embeds for blog post simply by adding one or more custom fields. Any custom field name enclosed in square brackets  will be recognized as an embed when used in the post.
For example, you can quickly create your own tag language for posts (and comments) by adding custom fields like [b], [i], [quote], [link], etc.
And embed YouTube videos, Google Maps, Facebook and Twitter buttons, and much more in a matter of a few seconds.
Embed attributes makes it easy to add much more flexibility to your embeds. For example, to highlight any text in your posts (and comments), just add the following custom field:
Name: [color] Value: <span style="color:%col%">%content%</style>
Then, in your posts, you can use the embed like this:
The quick [color col="brown"]brown[color] fox jumps over the [color col="yellow"]lazy dog[/color].
The %col% attribute is replaced by the value you set, and the special %content% attribute is replaced by the text between the open and close embed tags.
If you want to use your embeds in all your posts, or use them in your sidebar widgets, you can create global HTML embeds using the Manage Embeds settings page, and take advantage of the following advanced features:
If you decide the Embedder a whirl, please let me know how you get on by leaving feedback in the Embedder Plugin Support Forum. There is no need to register, just go there and post your comments.