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Source Codes in Comments

Description

Allow users to post source codes in comments using [code][/code] tag. No syntax highlight at the moment, it just replaces the special characters.

Features

  • Replaces the special characters for the comment texts wrapped in [code][/code] tags
  • You can show a message after comment form to tell your visitor know they can post codes using [code][/code] tags

Plugin Info Page | Plugin Author

Screenshots

  • Plugin Option Page
  • Comment form

Installation

  1. Download the plugin package
  2. Extract and upload the “source-codes-in-comments” folder to your-wordpress-directory/wp-content/plugins/
  3. Activate the plugin and its ready
  4. Go to Admin Panel > Settings > Codes in Comments and customise it to suit your needs.

FAQ

What is the output? Show me an example.

If you use [code]This is a <b>bold text</b>.[/code], the output will be <div class="cic_codes_div"><code >This is a &lt;b&gt;bold text&lt;/b&gt;</code></div>.

How do I style the source code DIV?

The DIV that contains the codes has CSS class "cic_codes_div". Style it in CSS.

Contributors & Developers

“Source Codes in Comments” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.0.2

  • Added str_replace to the stripslashes so that “plugin message” field works with double quotes

1.0.1

  • Added stripslashes to input area
  • Updated the link to plugin support

1.0

  • First version of Source Codes in Comments