Post Snippets – WordPress plugin Free download

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Post Snippets

Screenshots

Settings > Post Snippets: the admin page where you create and manage snippets.
The convenient button for Post Snippets in the WordPress editor.
The Post Snippet insert dialog that shows all snippets.
Example of an inserted snippet, with optional variables.
Easy to access inline documentation (top right ‘Help’ button in WordPress).

Installation

Requirements

PHP version 5.3.0 or greater.
WordPress version 3.3 or greater.

Automatic installation

Install the plugin via Plugins > New plugin. Search for ‘Post Snippets’.
Activate the ‘Post Snippets’ plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
Go to Settings > Post Snippets and start entering your snippets.

Manual installation

Unpack the downloaded package
Unzip and upload the directory ‘post-snippets’ to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
Activate the ‘Post Snippets’ plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Go to Settings > Post Snippets and start entering your snippets.

Uninstall

Deactivate Post Snippets in the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
Select Post Snippets in the ‘Recently Active Plugins’ section and select
‘Delete’ from the ‘Bulk Actions’ drop down menu.
This will delete all the plugin files from the server as well as erasing all
options the plugin has stored in the database.

FAQ

Where can I the documentation?

Documentation for the plugin is available directly from the Help panel in the
plugin administration screen (top right corner of WordPress).

Why does importing Snippets on a Multisite installation fail?

Uploading of zip files must be allowed, enable this in Sites Network Admin > Settings > Upload Settings > Upload file types.

How can I use the content in an enclosed shortcode?

If the shortcode is enclosed and contains content between the tags in a post. Example: [shortcode]Some text[/shortcode] the text within will be available in a variable called content. So in your snippet use {content} to display it. Don’t enter ‘content’ in the variable field, it’s automatically assigned.

Where can I get support?

Please visit the Support Forum for questions, answers, support and feature requests.

Can I disable the PHP Code Execution feature?

To disable the “PHP Code” execution feature in this plugin, add the following code your theme’s functions.php or to wp-config.php: define('POST_SNIPPETS_DISABLE_PHP', true);

This is useful if you are using this plugin for client sites, and don’t want
your clients to be able to use PHP code in a post snippet.

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