include_HTML gets a facelift

Include_HTML, the little WordPress plugin that I wrote a while ago, has been getting a small, but enthusiastic, following. Growth pains, as was to be expected, were soon to follow. It turns out that include_HTML is not working with WordPress 2.7. Luckily, the issue was fairly easy to fix, so I am pleased to present include_HTML 0.2…

The installation is WordPress standard:

  1. Download and unzip the file.
  2. Create an include-html directory on your WordPress server under wp-content/plugins.
  3. Put include-html.php into that directory.
  4. Activate the plugin using WordPress’ administrative interface.

Usage has not changed from the previous version: create a file containing (or dynamically generating using PHP or any other programming language) any combination of HTML and JavaScript you want (for example, let’s say the file is accessible as and include it into your post or page as follows: