=== WordPress HTML === Contributors: stanton119 Donate link: http://www.richard-stanton.com/Wordpress-HTML Tags: HTML, body, head, jQuery, ChartJS, D3js, Highcharts, Prototype Requires at least: 3.0.1 Tested up to: 4.2.3 Stable tag: 0.5 License: GPLv2 or later License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html
Add raw HTML to any post/page, without the Wordpress editor breaking it.
== Description ==
Wordpress HTML allows you to add custom HTML to both the post/page BODY and the HEAD tags from the page editor.
When copying HTML into the WordPress editor it adds spurious tags which break various elements and corrupt the HTML. By saving the HTML in the custom fields dialogue the exact HTML will be output to your post/page.
With WordPress HTML, we can add the library or stylesheet directly to the post/page head without the need to change the theme files. And importantly, all from within the WordPress editor for that page.
Example libraries: jQuery, ChartJS, D3js, Highcharts, Prototype
More details: WordPress HTML
== Installation ==
Upload the plugin to your blog and activate it.
In the post/page which needs HTML add a custom field with name: "body", paste the HTML into the value box, then insert the shortcode [body][/body] where it should appear in the page. You can insert multiple body tags with the syntax: [body id="element1"][/body], where "element1" is the name of a custom field to insert.
To add to the HTML head tag, add a custom field with name: "head" and paste the HTML into the value box.
Adding a Custom Field:
To add a custom field, scroll down in the editor to Custom Fields. There is an option underneath the dropdown to “Enter New”. Click that, type in “head” or "body", and then click “Add Custom Field”. This is shown in the screenshots.
== Screenshots ==
- Custom fields
- Editor window
- Adding a custom field
== Changelog ==
= 0.5 = Release Date - 28th July, 2015
- Added ability for multiple body tags in a single post/page: [body id="element1"][/body], where "element1" is the name of a custom field to insert.
= 0.1 = Release Date - 14th February, 2015
- First version!