LuckyWP Scripts Control

Description

The “LuckyWP Scripts Control” plugin allows you to insert and manage custom code into website. For example, you can insert Google Analytics code, Google Search Console verification meta tag, Facebook pixel, custom CSS/JS and other code without edit theme files.

Features

  • Great user interface: simple and functionally.
  • Insert code before </head>, after <body> or before </body>.
  • Items sortable.
  • Add Google Analytics code.
  • Add Google Verification meta tag.
  • Add Google Tag Manager code.
  • Add Facebook pixel code.
  • Add custom meta tags.
  • Add custom JS/CSS/HTML code.
  • RTL support.

Screenshots

  • Main Screen
  • Settings Screen
  • Edit Code
  • Code Actions

Installation

Installing from the WordPress control panel

  1. Go to the page “Plugins > Add New”.
  2. Input the name “LuckyWP Scripts Control” in the search field
  3. Find the “LuckyWP Scripts Control” plugin in the search result and click on the “Install Now” button, the installation process of plugin will begin.
  4. Click “Activate” when the installation is complete.

Installing with the archive

  1. Go to the page “Plugins > Add New” on the WordPress control panel
  2. Click on the “Upload Plugin” button, the form to upload the archive will be opened.
  3. Select the archive with the plugin and click “Install Now”.
  4. Click on the “Activate Plugin” button when the installation is complete.

Manual installation

  1. Upload the folder luckywp-scripts-control to a directory with the plugin, usually it is /wp-content/plugins/.
  2. Go to the page “Plugins > Add New” on the WordPress control panel
  3. Find “LuckyWP Scripts Control” in the plugins list and click “Activate”.

After activation

After the plugin is successfully installed the menu item “Scripts” will appear in the menu “Settings” of the WordPress control panel.

Reviews

September 22, 2020
Hi, First off, I want to say thanks for making such as useful scripting tool. I now strictly use Lucky Scripts Control on all of my WordPress sites. But I'm taking the time to write this review because there's some essential features missing for me: Syntax highlighting. Support for SASS. Linting. Adjustable window (or fullscreen/no-distraction mode). I'm quite aware this plugin was not designed for editing theme styles but rather for inserting copy/pasted integration scripts for analytics and such, however, I think there's a lot of potential as a full featured in-wordpress code editor. It really helps me organize my code in a way that makes it quicker to locate what I need to edit. I hope you, too, find an interest in making it even more useful for the masses. Exius
June 16, 2020
This plugin works perfect. It is possible to place a code direct after <body>, which is necessary for a custom preloader. This way the preloader loads very early! Would be great if the popup with the input textarea is wider.
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Contributors & Developers

“LuckyWP Scripts Control” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

“LuckyWP Scripts Control” has been translated into 16 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.

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Changelog

1.2.1 — 2020-03-09

  • Added welcome notice.
  • Remove data on uninstalling plugin.
  • CSS optimization in admin panel.
  • Minor code refactoring.

1.2 — 2020-02-02

  • Added RTL support.
  • Fixed: don’t worked translation via translate.wordpress.org.
  • Minor fixes.

1.1 — 2019-06-02

  • Add option “Use hook wp_body_open”

1.0.1 — 2018-10-10

  • Adapted for translate.wordpress.org.

1.0.0 — 2018-10-10

  • Initial release.