Plugin Released: WP Post Encode

WP Post Encode--a WordPress plugin geared toward authors who write a lot about code in their posts--was recently released and is now available in the WordPress Plugin Repository. The aim of the plugin is to allow authors to inlcude raw code such as HTML PHP JavaScript etc. in their posts… (Continues below.)

WP Post Encode–a WordPress plugin geared toward authors who write a lot about code in their posts–was recently released and is now available in the WordPress Plugin Repository.

The aim of the plugin is to allow authors to inlcude raw code such as HTML, PHP, JavaScript, etc., in their posts by providing them with an encode filter that will encode any code/markup language they wrap in special quicktags.

To learn more about the plugin, click here: WP Post Encode.

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Allowed XHTML: <a> <abbr> <blockquote> <em> <strong>
Enclose code in backticks (`); no need to encode, the filter will do that for you.