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Strip Non Registered Shortcodes for WordPress

Description

This plugin was developed for your convenience. It easily strips all of non-registered shortcodes, (! Non-registered shortcodes are non-system
WordPress shortcodes and shortcodes which were not included by “add_shortcode” function in the current template.)
You have changed template of your web-site and all of your shortcodes from previous template now are non-registered, so
they will be rendered on your web-site like:

“simplecontent [nonregtag] simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent
simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent
simplecontent simplecontent [nonregshortcode title=”sometitle”]scontent[/nonregshortcode] simplecontent simplecontent”(originally content)

And you may spend a lot of time, editing every single post, but after activation of the plugin you get something like:

“simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent
simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent simplecontent
simplecontent simplecontent scontent simplecontent simplecontent” (stripped content)

The plugin doesn’t delete your shortcodes from data base it just hides them.
if you want to return your original content and virgin view just deactivate the plugin.

Installation

  1. Upload strip_nonreg_scodes.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

If you have any problem with integration of the plugin or if some adjustment is needed you can contact me by email (gurantman@gmail.com)

Contributors & Developers

“Strip Non Registered Shortcodes for WordPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors