I need to embed dynamically-generated iframe forms inside the content of 100+ pages.
When pasting this code directly into the content, it works on both the intial page load, and subsequent loads of the cached page:
<!–mfunc echoIframe(‘Form1’, ‘Default’) –><?php echoIframe(‘Form1’, ‘Default’)?><!–/mfunc–>
However, when using a shortcode that returns the above mfunc code, the mfunc code will obviously only fire on the cached page, not on the initial page load.
Non-technical content writers will be responsible for placing these iframes throught the content on multiple pages, so asking them to paste in mfunc code is unacceptable. I would prefer to use a shortcode like [iframe param1=Template1 param2=Style1]
So, does anybody know of a method or plugin to use a shortcode to stamp mfunc code on a page, and have the mfunc code execute when initially called by the shortcode, AND during subsequent requests of the cached page?
thanks for your help!
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