I apologize for my lack of knowledge, but I was hired to edit a website and noticed the Exec-PHP plugin was installed.
When I go to edit a page, it comes up with a yellow box saying:
"Exec-PHP WYSIWYG Conversion Warning. Saving this article will render all contained PHP code permanently unuseful. Even if you are saving this article through the Code editor. You can turn off this warning in your user profile. Ignore this warning in case this article does not contain PHP code. Read the Exec-PHP documentation if you are unsure what to do next."
What does this mean? Can I edit the page or not? I've read the manual, it doesn't explain this at all. I'm afraid to make any changes and press save for the entire website to just melt lol.