This plugin allows you to place predetermined text/html/php at the top or bottom of posts.
|Author:||2MB Solutions (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.0|
|WordPress version tested:||5.6.4|
|Added to WordPress repository:||08-09-2014|
|Total downloads:||34 267|
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This plugin, developed by 2MB Solutions, allows you to place predetermined text/html/php at the top and/or bottom of each post. In addition, you can override the placing of text at the bottom and/or top of a specific post, override the placing of text on the homepage or on a post individually, or run arbitrary php inside a post.
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Note that all development now takes place at github.
There are now options on each post’s edit page to force remove, force add, or do neither to the text on the top and bottom of either home or post pages. The text below is still valid, however the settings just mentioned will override the tags below if set to anything except do nothing.
Simply put ##no_top## or ##no_bottom## anywhere in the post, and it will remove those tags, and not put the text on bottom or top depending on which tag(s) you entered. In addition, if you put ##no_top_home##, ##no_bottom_home##, ##no_top_post##, or ##no_bottom_post##, it will remove the text from either the top or bottom of either the post page or the homepage, no matter what is set in the settings.
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Simply enclose the php you want to run inside [php and ]/php] tags.
For example, to echo hello world in the middle of a post, do the following:
[php] echo(“hello world!”);[/php]
There is now an options panel on each post, so you can force text on the home page, force text to not be on the homepage, or defer to the main settings. The text below is still valid, but when set to anything except do nothing, the options on the post editor will override these tags.
Simply put ##do_top_home## or ##do_bottom_home## anywhere in the post.
Do not worry, the fix is a simple one:
- Delete or move the inline php plugin folder on your server, and the blog should be accessible again.
- Now upgrade to 2mb autocode version 1.1.2, which fixes this particular issue.
- Optional but highly recommended: Replace all [exec] or tags with [php] tags to allow 2mb autocode to do the php for you, and you will have no need for inline php.
We have now moved our official development version to github. Feel free to test the code if you wish, and/or open issues over there although any issues or problems reported on the wordpress.org forums will also be dealt with.
Note this only happens on the admin, so if this happens:
- Use ftp (or any other method of your choice) to move the wp-content/plugins/2mb-autocode folder to a new name, for example 2mb-autocode.old
- Reinstall or upgrade 2mb-autocode to 1.2.5.
- This should fix your problem, at which point you can delete the 2mb-autocode.old folder, or if you upgraded it, move it back to 2mb-autocde
Note that no settings will be lost in this transition.
- fixed missing file in freemius.
- updated freemius
- Added ample comments :-).
- added freemius integration, and hopefully made the text at the bottom of posts come before any widgets.
- Documentation updates.
*Fixed a bug allowing post data to echo twice if using ##do_top## or ##do_bottom##.
*Added an options panel on the post editor so you can now set custom post overrides without having to insert tags such as ##do_post_home##.
*Fixed a nasty bug in which text on each post’s single page was suppressed when the home checkbox was unchecked. Whoops?
*Very important! If you were using inline php to put php on your blog before, please upgrade to this version or uninstall inline php before upgrading to 2mb autocode 1.1. There was a problem that caused the two plugins to conflict, which has now been solved. *** NOTE *** if your blog is not accessible due to the conflict, do the following: Delete the inline php folder from your server, and all should be well. We’re sorry for any inconvenience — sometimes even plugin developers can screw up ;-).
*Added documentation to the plugin itself.
*Added ##do_top_home## and ##do_bottom_home## to put text on the top or bottom of a post on the homepage even if the checkbox in settings is unchecked.
*Added ##do_top## and ##do_bottom## to place the bottom or top text anywhere in a post.
*Added ##no_top_home##, ##no_bottom_home##, ##no_top_post##, and ##no_bottom_post## to override the placing of text specifically on the home or post pages.
*Added [php] PHP CODE HERE [/php] to run php inside a post.
*Very important! Fixed an issue where php at the top or bottom of posts would not run, and could possibly crash programs or make them not work correctly.
*Fixed a possible bug where php code in the top or bottom of the post may have been echoing to the wrong part of the screen.
*First release. woohoo!