Raw HTML Snippets

Descrição

Create a library of raw HTML snippets that you can easily insert into any page/post content using a shortcode:

[raw_html_snippet id=”my-snippet”]

Snippets consist of a unique ID (e.g. “my-snippet”) and raw HTML code. This plugin was written to stop using hacks that override WordPress’ core content filters and affect shortcode output.

This plugin will NOT taint your content or the output of other shortcodes. If you delete a snippet, any existing shortcodes with that snipet’s ID will output an empty string.

Remember, this allows you to output raw HTML. Use at your own risk. It will not check for malicious HTML/CSS/Javascript!

Ecrãs

  • Plugin admin screen.
  • Editing a snippet
  • Inserting a snippet

Instalação

  1. Download and unzip to the ‘wp-content/plugins/’ directory
  2. Activate the plugin.
  3. Use Settings > Raw HTML Snippets to add, edit and remove your snippets.
  4. Insert snippets at your will

Perguntas frequentes

None.

Avaliações

26 de Novembro, 2019
This plugin does exactly what you think it does from the description. That said ... I went through about a dozen solutions to the problem and finally found this one. Would have saved me a couple hours had I found it first. 🙂
3 de Setembro, 2016
Saved us a lot of headaches! Worked perfectly in the newest version of wordpress. Thanks
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Registo de alterações

1.1.4

  • Works with latest version of WP (5.2)

1.1.3

  • Works with latest version of WP (4.1.1)

1.1.2

  • Fixed error where snippet id (slug) containing an ampersand (&) would break the plugin’s admin UI.

1.1.1

  • Updated some code for textarea direction attributes in admin panels (left to right)
  • Added isset() to avoid PHP errors / warnings

1.1

  • Fixed a bug that broke the ability to save when editing an existing snippet.

1.0

  • Released version 1.0