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  • wallyvianna

    (@wallyvianna)


    I got a Jquery Code (not a WordPress Plugin) that generates a world map in HTML pages.
    I need put it in a WordPress page, but the WP removes HTML codes like
    <link rel=”stylesheet” href=”jquery.css” type=”text/css” media=”screen”/>
    and Iframes
    <iframe src=”[URL]”></iframe>.
    I installed a plugin
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/iframe
    that allows include <iframe> in WordPress page, but the page got to be OUT of WordPress installation (!).
    There is a simple way to resolve this problem – include a Jquery Code or Iframe tag in a Worpdress page?

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  • Moderator Justin Greer

    (@justingreerbbi)

    Forum Moderator

    Please stop posting multiple times.

    Thanks

    wallyvianna

    (@wallyvianna)

    Apologies.
    Recently I posted a question on WordPress.org forum but my post did not show up for me. Resended more than once, including a new category but nothing appeared.
    I received an email asking threads were discontinued.
    Apologize for the inconvenience. Don’t know it was a momentary problem or if the WordPress.org changed its interface (see my post only when you access my profile space).

    Moderator Justin Greer

    (@justingreerbbi)

    Forum Moderator

    Its not a big deal. The forums here have a spam filter that your post ended catching your post. A lot of times this leads users to think that their post did not work and understandably so (we are working on improving this).

    As for your question, the best way to put your jQuery code into a template is to put it into the theme files themselves. If you do not want to do that, then there is always the plugin option. Check out https://wordpress.org/plugins/insert-html-snippet/ which should allow you to post raw HTML to your posts/pages without an issue.

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