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  • Plugin Author Muneeb



    It’s not possible to execute to execute the PHP code In the editor in WordPress but there are few plugins like exec-php which let you do this I’m not sure because I’ve not tested this either it will work with SimplePop or not.

    Please contact me on the email from where you received the order email for paid version support and you’ll receive an email with download link of the updated version when I update is made.


    Hi Muneeb,

    thanks for your answer. Yes, I use exec php and it works fine in posts, pages and widgets.

    But if I use it in your plugins editor box it can’t be saved / it is filtered out.


    Plugin Author Muneeb


    Enter the PHP code in the HTML mode otherwise Editor will filter it out. I’ve tested it and it’s working without doing any tweaks

    the normal way to use exec php is to switch off the html-editor in the profil. if I do that, all content is filtered out.

    if I do it not, it seems to work, but paragraphs and breaks are included and the code does not work correctly.

    is it possible to turn off the editor in simple popup?

    Plugin Author Muneeb


    Sorry for the delay yes it’s possible to turn off the editor it uses global settings when you disable visual editor

    Disable the visual editor by going to Users->Your Profile

    as I told you above, if I do that, all content is filtered out.

    I wanted to know, If there’s a possibility to completly turn off the editor in your plugin?

    If not, I’ll write by hand. The plugin works as described.

    Plugin Author Muneeb


    Yes It’s you have to edit options-menu.php

    remove the code from line 212 to 228 then on line 229 removes the style=”display:none” and remove the on_click attr in submit input tag

    If you feel difficult to make changes let me know by email Thanks

    ok, I’ll try it out.

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