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How to download a code snippet from the Code Snippet Repository

To download a code snippet from the Code Snippet Repository, you just need to open the snippet repository using the button above the snippet manager. You can search for the code snippet you need using either the search box or by selecting the appropriate category on the left. Once you found the snippet you want […]

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Add PHP Code to your WordPress site

Adding PHP code snippets to your WordPress site is easy with WPCodeBox. To create a new PHP snippet, press the “New Snippet” button in the left pane, and you will see a list of fields to fill out (title, description, how to run) as well as an interactive text editor for all languages including JavaScript […]

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What happens in the case a snippet throws an error

In most cases, WPCodeBox will detect if a snippet triggers an error and it will disable it automatically. When a snippet is disabled because of this, that snippet will be colored red in WPCodeBox, and the error it triggered will be shown above the editor. You then have the option to dismiss the error, fix […]

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Snippet settings

When creating a snippet you have options to select what kind of snippet you create, and how will that snippet run. Title/Description This is pretty self-explanatory, it is the title of the snippet. This title will appear in the left sidebar, and also will be the title of the snippet when you save it to […]

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How to run a WordPress code snippet

WPCodeBox has two main ways in which it can run a WordPress code snippet: automatic and manual. Run a code snippet automatically This is the default way WPCodeBox will run a code snippet. When you run a code snippet automatically, the snippet will run on page load, according to conditions set by the "Where to […]

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