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 include-html-0-2.zip 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 http://mysite.com/myfile.php) and include it into your post or page as follows:

[include_HTML: http://mysite.com/myfile.php]

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