GUI in backend to define constants without any programming knowledge. Every file in your theme has access to your constant.
No need to edit a functions.php file or a separate plugin file anymore
Results in constants like: define(‘MY_CONSTANT’,$value);
Options: Re-arrange constants (Drag and drop)
Protect constants as “internal value”
Optional description per constant 🙂
- Upload directory
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- Create some constants
- You are ready to go! Every file in your theme has access to your constant.
- How does this plugin work?
If you have a contstant named MY_TWITTER_URL … You can use something like this in your PHP template file:
<a href="<?php echo MY_TWITTER_URL;?>">Twitter</a>
Or install a PHP in post plugin and use
- I have a lot of questions and I want support where can I go?
http://pluginsupport.mijnpress.nl/ or drop me a tweet to notify me of your support topic over here.
I always check my tweets, so mention my name with @ramonfincken and your problem.
Contributors & Developers
“Define Constants” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Bugfix: Style extra div removal. Thanks to Alex for reporting
First public release