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[New Plugin] Scripts n Styles

  • Topic started 3 years ago
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  • Latest reply from WraithKenny

  1. Name: Scripts n Styles
    License: GPL2
    Product demo page: http://www.unfocus.com/projects/scripts-n-styles/
    Product info page (with download link): http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/scripts-n-styles/

    This plugin allows Admin users the ability to add custom CSS (at the bottom of the head tag) and JavaScript (at the bottom of the body tag) directly into individual Post, Pages or any other registered custom post types.

    Because only well trusted users should ever be allowed to insert JavaScript directly into the pages of your site, this plugin restricts usage to admin type users. Admin's have access to even more sensitive areas by definition, so that should be relatively safe ;)

    A few notes about the implementation:

    • Admin users, or more specifically, any user with the manage_options capability (which by default is only the admin type user) can use this plugin's functionality. Some plugins extend user rolls, and so this plugin would naturally extend include rolls that have the appropriate capability.
    • CSS Styles are included inline, not linked, at the bottom of the head element with style tags by using wp-head. If your theme doesn't have this hook, this plugin (as well as most others) won't work.
    • JavaScript is included inline, not linked, at the bottom of the body element with script tags by using wp-footer. If your theme doesn't have this hook, this plugin (as well as most others) won't work.
    • There is no input validation. This plugin puts exactly what you type in the meta box directly into the html with no error checking. You are an Admin, and we trust you to be carefull. Try not to break anything.
    Posted: 3 years #
  2. Plugin is up to 3.0 now

    Posted: 2 years #
  3. Plugin is on 3.2 and has many new features since first release. LessCSS and CoffeeScript support, CodeMirror editor, TinyMCE classes, and the Hoops feature. Hoops lets admins define short-codes that store arbitrary HTML and is protected from the post editor and from unprivileged users.

    Posted: 1 year #

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