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RawR (Raw Revisited)

Description

This plugin allows the embedding of raw text, such as raw html, xml, css, javascript, etc.
using a shortcode. For example, [rawr]some raw html here.[/rawr]. It has no
filtering of any kind. There are no configuration options; anything wrapped in [rawr][/rawr] is
put through to the page unfiltered, and thus displayed to the user.

See http://derek.simkowiak.net/rawr-raw-revisited-for-wordpress/ for full documentation.

Features

  • Has no configuration options, no user interface, no access control “roles”, no files, no tables in the database.
    Just activate it and use [rawr][/rawr] in your pages and posts.

  • Just ~100 lines of code (and over half of that is comments and license).

  • This plugin may be installed in parallel with the other raw plugins, because they don’t use the [rawr] shortcode.

  • Unlike Raw HTML, this plugin does not unregister or override any built-in WordPress filters.

  • Unlike ML Raw HTML and Raw HTML Snippets, this plugin does not require you to provide unique IDs for each raw block on a page.

Usage

Here are some examples:

[rawr]

SomeJavascript();
window.location(“http://remote-site.us”);

[/rawr]

[rawr]

.some_class {
font-style: bold;
}

[/rawr]

…etc.

Installation

Install this plugin like any other.

  1. Go to Admin > Plugins > Add New > Upload.

If that’s too easy for you, try this:

  1. Put it into the /wordpress/wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate it in the admin Plugin page.

FAQ

Q: Why aren’t there any FAQ questions yet?

A: Good question.

Contributors & Developers

“RawR (Raw Revisited)” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.0

  • Fixed display name in the plugin browser

0.1

  • Initial commit.