Support » Plugin: Genesis Prose Extras » Escape character removed from custom code

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  • Plugin Author David Decker


    Hi there!
    Thanks for your feedback!

    The “Custom Code” part does not come from my plugin, it is part of Prose core child theme v1.5 or higher. StudioPress has a bit too restrictive escaping functions here.

    I am not entirely happy with the “Custom Code” functionality as it often also fires too late.

    I have no general suggestion what to do here. If you are using a Multisite install you could use my special function file that is supported via my plugin.

    For a regular single install you might have a look at other plugin solutions that provide “function file” or “code snippet” functionality:

    –> That means you would not use “Custom Code” section any longer but copy all its snippets over to ONE of the above plugins.

    I hope that helps a bit.

    You can also open a support ticket at StudioPress support to explain this issue.

    Thanks, Dave 🙂

    Thread Starter Helen McLean


    Dave, just noticed your response when I realized my problem still existed. I guess I thought the custom code was part of your plugin because there is a note at the top with plugin name – I see now that it is a helpful note to address concerns if the custom code area doesn’t work. This all to say thank you for the suggestion of the Code Snippets plugin – I find that an excellent way to handle custom code – in fact it’s much better organization and I can turn specific snippets on or off.

    Many thanks for your excellent plugins and help!

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