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Code Embed

Code Embed provides a very easy and efficient way to embed code (JavaScript and HTML) in your posts and pages.

Average Rating
5 out of 5 stars
Simply perfect
By , for WP 4.4.1

Simple to use and does exactly what I wanted, embedding a javascript "mailto" function to hide an email address from spambots.... perfect

Great plugin for adding JS to posts
By , for WP 4.3.1

I'd looked around for an hour before finding this, it's perfect and easy for my clients to get their head around to use themselves.

Best Free Plugin for adding JavaScript to WordPress!
By , for WP 4.3.1

Having tried a few plugins, some are just unnecessarily complicated. But "Code Embed" was a breath of fresh air and does exactly what it says like it's supposed to. And nothing more. Highly recommended!

Great step-by-step guide with pictures on this post:
http://www.elftronix.com/free-easy-plugin-add-javascript-to-wordpress-posts-pages/

Slight learning curve, but this has plugin become a life long friend & is very easy to use once you get the hang of it.

Biiig thanks to the developer!

It's worth five stars!
By , for WP 4.3

Works like a charm! Greetings from Germany

best plugin ever
By , for WP 4.3.1

Did help me alot +fast and reliable

This Plugin is Simply Awesome!
By , for WP 4.2.2

It took a minute to figure out how to use this plugin because the screen options didn't have the Custom Fields box checked, but after getting Custom Fields enabled, the plugin works like a charm.

I love being able to add code to my pages and not having WordPress strip it out, or having to modify the core theme files.

Awesome job!

Thank You!
By , for WP 4.2.2

I spent a long time trying to figure out how to embed a Spotify album on my site.

This plugin provided the answer.

Thank you so much!
J. Cohen

YES! YES! YES
By ,

I LOVE IT! ONE OF THE BEST PLUGINS!!!!!

Still works great in 4.0.1
By , for WP 4.0.1

Still works great in 4.0.1 ...

It's great for clients, since almost all of 'em don't know html, etc., and so I use TinyMCE with a lot of 'em.

But TinyMCE obviously puts the CDATA markup in there, etc., so when you need a little javascript snippet placed in a page, why not use this?

It's light, doesn't load any php, etc., if you're not using it, and best of all, it's simple.

It's also great for personal use. If anybody has trouble, just go to your screen options near the top, ensure Custom Fields is ticked, and then add a new Custom Field in the manner the author tells you to.

Simplicity is underrated; thanks to the author for making this available on the WordPress repository.

Seems to work with 3.9
By ,

Has enabled me to embed a GURU video. Thanks!

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