Have you ever thought?
Wouldn’t it be great to have an easy way to plug your code into a WordPress installation without having to know how to create a WordPress plugin OR having to modify files through FTP, etc?
How nice it would be if you could simply add code that works with WordPress internal code without hacking away at core files?
How about a nice simple way to change the appearance of a page or post in your WordPress website?
What about a means to organise your scripts and blocks of code in a simple web interface?
This powerful and flexible WordPress plugin allows you to contribute to your WordPress code via an easy-to-use web interface. You will be able to modify or extend your site’s functionality and appearance by adding custom code directly into CJT code blocks and assign them to pages, posts, custom posts, categories, URLs, expressions, and loads more!
Each code block represents a script (or block of code) that can apply/execute/output to a specific location (e.g. pages, posts, categories, etc) as defined in the Assignment Panel.
The Auxiliary tab provides more ‘assignment’ options. Things like WordPress common requests such as: 404 Error, Tag, Archive, Entire website, Front-end, Dashboard Backend, and a number of others.
You can create multiple code blocks, assign them to the same requests or different requests.
Manage all of your code blocks through a single webpage using Ajax requests. No need to refresh your pages for any operation you need to make.
Changing the blocks order (via block dragging) allows you to specify what code block is used first. This way later blocks are overridden by higher-order code blocks.
By Deactivating code blocks, you can disable a code block from running. Using this feature is handy to test the behaviour you expected your block to make without changing a blocks properties (i.e. code, assigned requests).
All code blocks can have a unique name, which is ideal for organising and remembering the purpose of your block.
Output location is the location/point/hook for the block code to run. CJT now only supports two hook points – Header and Footer, which outputs code block in the page header – exactly before the closing HTML ‘head’ tag OR in the page footer – just before the end of the ‘body’ tag.
Integrating with ACE Editor!
CJT proudly and perfectly integrates the ACE Editor and it is a dream to use while writing code for its smooth response, high performance and syntax highlighting.
If you are a website owner, blogger or novice developer, adding scripts has never been easier. If you are a seasoned web developer, the coding tools in CJT will help streamline your WordPress development work.