Properly include PHP code into posts and pages, and maybe even widgets, in WordPress.
I created this plugin because I needed the ability to include the exact same content in multiple places but I only wanted to update it in just one place... plus WP-Ads stopped working for me. As a bonus I knew I can include PHP in the file as well.
Maybe. As far as the execution of PHP goes, I only found ones that either require the Visual Editor to be disabled, or claim that it doesn't. I have found in my testing that the ones that suggest you can leave the Visual Editor on did not work as desired for me. My code would still break. Not that I use the Visual Editor often, but my clients do. So to suggest turning it off to get plugins to work is just silly IMHO.
No, but thanks for asking.