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How To Add PHP Functionality To WordPress Posts And Pages

Although by default, you are not allowed to execute PHP functionality in your WordPress posts and pages but with advancement in programming and with an increase in need arises, it is as important as to have such functionality on board with WordPress posts and pages. In this article, we are sharing the resource by which you can achieve this. Simply install and activate the plugin name “Allow PHP in Posts and Pages”.


Plugin To Use: Allow PHP In Posts And Pages

The plugin allows you to add PHP functionality in posts and pages by adding a shortcode [php] your code [/php]. On activating, the plugin will attempt to remove the automatically generated WordPress <p> and <br/> tags but still allows the addition of your own <p> and <br/> tags using a form of BBcode items such [p][/p] and [br /]

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Adding Infinite Scroll To Your WordPress Page


While one-to-many times, you do wondered and feel the heat that I want something like infinite scrolling on my WordPress website page which will never get ended. Luckily we do have many of WordPress themes available which can help us achieve our aim but what if the theme that we like didn’t come up with in-built infinite scrolling. If that will be the case, we will say don’t be shattered as we got a solution for that with us. You can achieve this by using the plugin name Infinite Scroll.

Plugin To Use: Infinite Scroll

The plugin automatically append the next page of posts (via AJAX) to your page when a user scrolls to the bottom, which means the user never need to click “Next Page”, which dramatically increases stickiness. The Infinite Scroll even often known as autopagerize, unpaginate, endless pages.


  • Works out-of-the-box for many popular WordPress themes — just activate the plugin and scroll
  • Fully customizable to adapt to your site and theme
  • Requires no (hopefully) template hacking, only a knowledge of CSS selectors.
  • Relies on shared database of common themes to simplify installation process
  • Maintain local database of theme presets for all installed themes (shared across network on multisite installs)
  • Countless API endpoints to modify the behavior.
  • Backwards compatible: Will not break RSS readers, mobile devices, or browsers with javascript

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Adding WordPress Widgets In Post And Page

There comes a condition in front of you many times when you wish that your favorite sidebar will get added to your post and page content. But the confusion over on this exactly will be the best bet to perform.

amr shortcode any widget

Starting with you need to install a plugin name amr shortcode any widget first and once activated go to Appearance >> Widgets. Once completing this task, now drag and drop the widgets you want to display in your post or page into the Shortcodes sidebar, followed by adding the shortcode [do_widget id=widgetid] in a page or post.

Plugin in use: amr shortcode any widget

The amr shortcode any widget is a simply “utility” plugin which allows you to have any widget used in a page shortcode in any theme.

Steps To Follow:

  1. Test chosen widget works in normal sidebar first.
  2. Activate this plugin
  3. Go to Appearance > widgets and find “shortcode” sidebar
  4. Drag chosen widgets from configured sidebar to shortcodes sidebar. Save.
  5. Go to page where you want configured widget to appear
  6. enter one of: [do_widget widgetname] eg: [do_widget calendar] [do_widget “widget name”]. eg: [do_widget “tag cloud”] [do_widget id=widgetid] in a page or post
  7. If the plugin cannot work out what you want, it will show a debug prompt , click on the debug prompt and look for the id of your widget in the shortcodes sidebar. Try with the id.

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