PHP Everywhere

Beschreibung

This plugin enables PHP code everywhere in your WordPress instalation.

Using this plugin you can use PHP in:

  • Widgets
  • Pages
  • Posts

The plugin also supports different user restrictions and multiple PHP instances.

So feel free to just insert PHP in every part of your WordPress site.

Examples of use:

  • Create custom contact forms and process any kind of data or upload.
  • Generate user optimized content.
  • Customize every little detail of your WordPress installation.

Design

Icon & Wallpaper Design : GiGATEAM Ltd.

Translation

English and German : Alexander Fuchs
Portuguese : Luis Reis
Serbian : Borisa Djuraskovic
Italian : Andrea Rosenthal Manetti

Screenshots

  • This is the plugins post and pages option. Paste your PHP or HTML into this option and place the shortcode where you want the plugin to appear.
  • This is the plugins multiple PHP instance functionality
  • The plugin looks like this while using the classic editor

Installation

Extract the zip file and just drop the contents in the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation and then activate the Plugin from Plugins page. There is a usage guide on the plugins options page.

FAQ

Q: How do I use this plugin?

A: You can find a usage guide on the options page

Q: Does this plugin support multiple PHP instances?

A: Yes, but you need to check for a position parameter using an if statements in your PHP snippet.

Q: Does this plugin support the Gutenberg editor?

A: Yes. The plugin is displayeed as a metabox in the Gutenberg editor.

Rezensionen

great with some minor annoyance

it works great. unfortunately though there does not seem to be a way to prevent the plugin from spamming every single post with an additional meta field. I use the plugin only on a few pages, yet i still have to accept that every single page and post i make has the additional meta field "php_everywhere_code" with its standard text in it, and it updates and reappears every time you save the post/page.

Solved my problem and did so elegantly!

I just want to thank you for this excellent plugin! It enabled me to add php code to the created WordPress Widget (php+html) in WP 5.0.2. Then I was able to select this widget in Elementor and add my php code. I've been struggling for quite some time to create an Elementor Section that would display 3 daily images of restaurant specials based on the day of the week and time.

Looks VERY nice!

Using it for placing current UTM info into hidden fields of third-party HTML/JS-forms which don't have option to save such info themselves.

Thank You

I have been looking for such a code for a long time and your code helped me a lot. This is a complete solution to do php scripting in wordpress. Thank Alot.
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Änderungsprotokoll

1.4.5 – March 14, 2019

  • Info: Clarified Gutenberg and WordPress 5.1 compatibility

1.4.3/4 – October 17, 2018

  • Fix: Fixed deprecated warning on PHP 7.2
  • Fix: Fixed error introduced in 1.4.3

1.4.2 – May 13, 2018

  • New: Added italien translation

1.4.1 – December 01, 2017

  • Fix: Added WordPress.org translation support

1.4 – November 26, 2017

  • New: Added WordPress.org translation support
  • Fix: Fixed security flaw where authenticated users were able to make themself administrators and execute php. Thanks @dandr3ss

1.3 – November 08, 2017

  • Fix: Fixed deprecation notice on PHP 7.1

1.2.5

  • minor bugfix for translations
  • lowered the plugins memmory footprint

1.2.4

  • added a portuguese translation

1.2.3

  • bug fix for WP 4.3.1, thanks thea2zbrand

1.2

  • added a german translation
  • added a serbian translation

1.1.2

  • fixed some minor bugs when creating a menu

1.1

  • added multiple PHP instances

1.0

  • release