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Image How to add Plugin Name: Custom PHP Codes in Wordpress
Executes custom php codes in wordpress posts and widgets and logs any new custom php code for approval before execution to avoid it's misuse.
Start tutorial with video following.

1. First Download "custom-php-codes.zip" Plugin to your Local Computer. (Click Download)

2. Then, Login to your "yourdomain.com/wp-admin" Dashboard.


3. Then, Click on "Plugins" + "Add New" from left sidemenu of Dashboard.


4. Now, Click on "Upload Plugin" button.



5. Now, Browse "custom-php-codes.zip" Downloaded plugin from your computer, Where you downloaded custom-php-codes.zip According to Step – 1 Above then, click on "Install Now"


6. Now, Click on "Active Plugin"


7. Then, See left sidemenu. "Plugin Name: Custom PHP Codes" folder is added on left sidemenu. Now, Click on "Plugin Name: Custom PHP Codes" folder.

   Noted that: If you do not see "Plugin Name: Custom PHP Codes" folder on left sidemenu then, see at left sidemenu "Settings" or "Tools".

8. Now you configure yourself oR Watch video tutorial below about Plugin Name: Custom PHP Codes Configurtions and Settings or How to work "Plugin Name: Custom PHP Codes" in your WordPress site.


9. Watch video Full Setup of Plugin Name: Custom PHP Codes Wordpress Code Snippets Tutorial | Add Custom PHP and CSS To Your Website

9. Done...
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This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.


  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/customphpcodes directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. Use the Custom PHP Codes -> Custom Settings to configure the plugin
  4. In your posts or widget place your php code with following tags [php_code] Your Code Here [/php_code]
  5. Now preview your custom php code of your widget or post in front end to log it for approval in admin panel.
    Please note : Your code will nor execute and nor it will be visible on front end but it will be logged for admin approval.
  6. Use the Custom PHP Codes -> Custom PHP Codes to allow your custom php code to execute on front end.
  7. Your Custom PHP Code should be visible on front end.

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