Like the Text widget, but also allows working PHP code to be inserted.
Take complete control over the WordPress content editor.
The Exec-PHP plugin executes PHP code in posts, pages and text widgets.
Description: Beef up the WordPress TinyMCE content editor with a plethora of advanced options.
Easily post syntax-highlighted code to your site without having to modify the code at all. As seen on WordPress.com.
Add PHP code to your WordPress posts, pages, custom post types and even sidebars using shortcodes
Executes PHP code on WordPress default Text Widget
Allow PHP in posts and pages allows you to add php functionality to WordPress Posts and Pages
An easy, clean and simple way to add code snippets to your site.
Show up the PHP version, memory limit and current memory usage in the dashboard and admin footer
What The File is the best tool to find out what template parts are used to display the page you're currently viewing!
Keep a snippet library of text, HTML or PHP code to be used in posts. Variables can be set for more flexibility. Inserts directly or as shortcodes.
Text widget with raw PHP support and conditional visibility settings. Flexible conditional options with ability to edit and add custom conditions.
It's important for a non technical administrator to be able to diagnose server related problems in WordPress.
Show the memory limit, current memory usage and IP address in the admin footer.
WP-Syntax provides clean syntax highlighting for embedding source code within pages or posts.
The PHP Execution plugin allows embedding php code inside of posts and pages.
Add customizations to any hook in WordPress and any hook-enabled theme or plugin from within your admin panel! Wanna play hooky?
Easily and safely add your custom functions (PHP code) directly out of your WordPress Dashboard without need of an external editor.
Highlights any portion of text as text in the colored boxes.
Comprehensive Overview for your WordPress Parameter and Server Performance.
Adds a Dashboard widget that displays the latest messages from your PHP error log. It can also send logged errors to email.
Make sure your plugins and themes are compatible with newer PHP versions.
Execute PHP inside posts, pages and text widgets. Add filters and actions using custom feilds.
Display your host's PHP, MYSQL & memcached (if installed) information on your WordPress dashboard.