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Take the Control of your Content!

Description

Addme lets you take control of your content by hacking a well-known WP function to filter many elements of your CMS. In this case, we will filter the content of your posts with a simple HTML form.

You can create as text strings, HTML or javascript blocks of scripts you want. A new form will be displayed when the previous one is validated. You have several options to display all your add-ons in the content:

Display options:

  1. no display
  2. before content
  3. after the content
  4. around the post
  5. upon the last paragraph
  6. after the first paragraph
  7. randomly in post content
  8. twice wrapped inner text
  9. upon a video
  10. under a video
  11. around a video

Demo:

  • Go to the Facebook page to watch a video and screenshots of Addme users sites.
  • Post one more at your turn with a link to one of your posts 😉 when you have finished to configure your plugin!

Screenshots

  • A view of the admin panel from the plugin Addme
  • An example of two HTML blocks after the content

Installation

  1. Upload plugin-name.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. go to the Settings > Add Me section to fill the forms. That’s all!

FAQ

What is the priority form field for?

The priority defines the precedence of 2 displays against the content, as described in the WordPress Codex for the function:

Larger the number, the more your stuff will be far away of the post’s content, compared to other blocks.

If you want to display 2 HTML blocks around the content with priorities 10 and 11 for instance, you’ll see: 11, 10, content, 10, 11.

Contributors & Developers

“Take the Control of your Content!” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

0.1

  • First release.