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Code Injection For WYSIWYG

Description

Whether it is an utub embedded code, html code, html or any other, the plugin will generate a shortcode which will set the place for your code to appear on the frontend of the site.

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Installation

  1. After activation, the plugin meta box will appear at the bottom of the admin editor page (ex. “Admin”->”Posts”->”hello world”).
  2. “Plugin meta box”-> “1st text field”. Within the plugin meta box enter the shortcode on the upper text field.
  3. “Plugin meta box”-> “2nd t text field”. Enter the content that should replace the shortcode on the front-end.
  4. Next to the 1st input field a short code shpuld appear, copy paste the generated shortcode to the “wysiwyg” meta box.
  5. Finally, update the page. You should see the result on the front-end of the site.
  6. U can use the “Add Code Snippet” & “Remove” for adding or removing a shortcode.
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Contributors & Developers

“Code Injection For WYSIWYG” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Changelog

2.0

Upgrade for supporting “posts”.