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Include It


Include It is a little old, consider to use Include Me instead: it has the same features
but it uses the WordPress short code standards. You can read more on the
Incude Me official page.

Include It is a plugin that permits the inclusion, in a post or in a page, of any type of file (even a php script that will be executed).
I use it to write some functionalities needed in some pages, without creating special template pages (that are theme dependant)
and without using a “php code executor”.

The inclusion can be forced to be within an IFRAME html tag.

See the options page of the plugin for a deeper explanation and how to use it and the
plugin official page.


Upload the plugin folder into your “wp-content/plugins”.
Log in to WordPress Administration area, choose “Plugins” from the main menu, find “Include”,
and click the “Activate” button.
Go to the options page and read the usage explanations.


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Contributors & Developers

“Include It” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • WP 4.4.2 compatibility check


  • Readme fix


  • Compatibility check


  • Administrative styles and header


  • added the execution of all the include tag in a post (not only the first one)


  • solved an issue with url parameters and equal character when used to create an “iframe” inclusion