Head & Footer Code - Version 1.0.8

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  • Test compatibility with WordPress 5.1.1 and PHP 7.2.15
  • Change: Meta boxes layout and type of behavior selector
  • Change: Convert Post metaboxes to OOP
  • Change: GNU GPL license to v3
  • Add: Bundle GNU GPLv3 license to plugin codebase
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head-footer-code.php CHANGED
@@ -8,11 +8,11 @@
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* Plugin Name: Head & Footer Code
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* Plugin URI: https://urosevic.net/wordpress/plugins/head-footer-code/
10
* Description: Easy add site-wide and/or article specific custom code to head and/or footer sections (before the &lt;/head&gt; or &lt;/body&gt;) by hooking to <code>wp_head</code> and <code>wp_footer</code>. Support Multisite environment.
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- * Version: 1.0.7
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* Author: Aleksandar Urosevic
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* Author URI: https://urosevic.net
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- * License: GPL-2.0+
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- * License URI: https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.txt
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* Text Domain: head-footer-code
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* Domain Path: /languages
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*/
@@ -22,13 +22,13 @@ if ( ! defined( 'WPINC' ) ) {
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die;
23
}
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- define( 'WPAU_HEAD_FOOTER_CODE_VER', '1.0.7' );
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// Load files.
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require_once 'inc/helpers.php';
29
if ( is_admin() ) {
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require_once 'inc/settings.php';
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- require_once 'inc/metaboxes.php';
32
} else {
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require_once 'inc/front.php';
34
}
8
* Plugin Name: Head & Footer Code
9
* Plugin URI: https://urosevic.net/wordpress/plugins/head-footer-code/
10
* Description: Easy add site-wide and/or article specific custom code to head and/or footer sections (before the &lt;/head&gt; or &lt;/body&gt;) by hooking to <code>wp_head</code> and <code>wp_footer</code>. Support Multisite environment.
11
+ * Version: 1.0.8
12
* Author: Aleksandar Urosevic
13
* Author URI: https://urosevic.net
14
+ * License: GPL-3.0+
15
+ * License URI: https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt
16
* Text Domain: head-footer-code
17
* Domain Path: /languages
18
*/
22
die;
23
}
24
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+ define( 'WPAU_HEAD_FOOTER_CODE_VER', '1.0.8' );
26
27
// Load files.
28
require_once 'inc/helpers.php';
29
if ( is_admin() ) {
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require_once 'inc/settings.php';
31
+ require_once 'inc/class-auhfc-meta-box.php';
32
} else {
33
require_once 'inc/front.php';
34
}
inc/class-auhfc-meta-box.php ADDED
@@ -0,0 +1,92 @@
1
+ <?php
2
+ abstract class AUHfc_Meta_Box {
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+
4
+ /**
5
+ * This function adds a meta box with a callback function of my_metabox_callback()
6
+ */
7
+ public static function add() {
8
+
9
+ $auhfc_defaults = auhfc_defaults();
10
+
11
+ if ( empty( $auhfc_defaults['post_types'] ) ) {
12
+ return;
13
+ }
14
+ foreach ( $auhfc_defaults['post_types'] as $post_type ) {
15
+ add_meta_box(
16
+ 'auhfc-head-footer-code',
17
+ __( 'Head & Footer Code', 'head-footer-code' ),
18
+ [ self::class, 'html' ],
19
+ $post_type,
20
+ 'normal',
21
+ 'low'
22
+ );
23
+ }
24
+
25
+ } // END public static function add()
26
+
27
+ /**
28
+ * Save meta box content.
29
+ *
30
+ * @param int $post_id Post ID
31
+ */
32
+ public static function save( $post_id ) {
33
+ if ( defined( 'DOING_AUTOSAVE' ) && DOING_AUTOSAVE ) {
34
+ return;
35
+ }
36
+ if ( ! isset( $_POST['head_footer_code_nonce'] ) || ! wp_verify_nonce( $_POST['head_footer_code_nonce'], '_head_footer_code_nonce' ) ) {
37
+ return;
38
+ }
39
+ if ( ! current_user_can( 'edit_post', $post_id ) ) {
40
+ return;
41
+ }
42
+
43
+ if ( ! empty( $_POST['auhfc'] ) ) {
44
+
45
+ $auhfc['head'] = ( ! empty( $_POST['auhfc']['head'] ) ) ? $_POST['auhfc']['head'] : '';
46
+ $auhfc['footer'] = ( ! empty( $_POST['auhfc']['footer'] ) ) ? $_POST['auhfc']['footer'] : '';
47
+ $auhfc['behavior'] = ( ! empty( $_POST['auhfc']['behavior'] ) ) ? $_POST['auhfc']['behavior'] : '';
48
+
49
+ if ( ! empty( $auhfc ) ) {
50
+ update_post_meta( $post_id, '_auhfc', $auhfc );
51
+ }
52
+ }
53
+
54
+ } // END fpublic static function save( $post_id )
55
+
56
+ /**
57
+ * Meta box display callback.
58
+ *
59
+ * @param WP_Post $post Current post object.
60
+ */
61
+ public static function html( $post ) {
62
+ wp_nonce_field( '_head_footer_code_nonce', 'head_footer_code_nonce' ); ?>
63
+ <p>Here you can insert article specific code for Head (before the <code>&lt;/head&gt;</code>) and Footer (before the <code>&lt;/body&gt;</code>) sections. They work in exactly the same way as site-wide code, which you can configure under <a href="tools.php?page=head_footer_code">Tools / Head &amp; Footer Code</a>.</p>
64
+ <label><?php esc_attr_e( 'Behavior', 'head-footer-code' ); ?></label><br />
65
+ <select name="auhfc[behavior]" id="auhfc_behavior_replace">
66
+ <option value="append" <?php echo ( 'append' === auhfc_get_meta( 'behavior' ) ) ? 'selected' : ''; ?>>Append to the site-wide code</option>
67
+ <option value="replace" <?php echo ( 'replace' === auhfc_get_meta( 'behavior' ) ) ? 'selected' : ''; ?>>Replace the site-wide code</option>
68
+ </select>
69
+ <br /><br />
70
+ <label for="auhfc_head"><?php _e( 'Head Code', 'head-footer-code' ); ?></label><br />
71
+ <textarea name="auhfc[head]" id="auhfc_head" class="widefat code" rows="5"><?php echo auhfc_get_meta( 'head' ); ?></textarea>
72
+ <p class="description">Example: <code>&lt;link rel="stylesheet" href="<?php echo get_stylesheet_directory_uri(); ?>/style.css" type="text/css" media="all"&gt;</code></p>
73
+ <br />
74
+ <label for="auhfc_footer"><?php _e( 'Footer Code', 'head-footer-code' ); ?></label><br />
75
+ <textarea name="auhfc[footer]" id="auhfc_footer" class="widefat code" rows="5"><?php echo auhfc_get_meta( 'footer' ); ?></textarea>
76
+ <p class="description">Example: <code>&lt;script type="text/javascript" src="<?php echo get_stylesheet_directory_uri(); ?>/script.js"&gt;&lt;/script&gt;</code></p>
77
+ <?php
78
+ } // END public static function html()
79
+
80
+ } // END class AUHfc_Meta_Box
81
+
82
+ /**
83
+ * Initialize metabox on proper backend screens
84
+ */
85
+ function auhfc_init_meta_boxes() {
86
+ add_action( 'add_meta_boxes', [ 'AUHfc_Meta_Box', 'add' ] );
87
+ add_action( 'save_post', [ 'AUHfc_Meta_Box', 'save' ] );
88
+ }
89
+ if ( is_admin() ) {
90
+ add_action( 'load-post.php', 'auhfc_init_meta_boxes' );
91
+ add_action( 'load-post-new.php', 'auhfc_init_meta_boxes' );
92
+ }
inc/metaboxes.php DELETED
@@ -1,117 +0,0 @@
1
- <?php
2
- /**
3
- * Initialize metabox on proper backend screens
4
- */
5
- function auhfc_init_meta_boxes() {
6
- add_action( 'add_meta_boxes', 'auhfc_add_meta_boxes' );
7
- add_action( 'save_post', 'auhfc_save' );
8
- }
9
- if ( is_admin() ) {
10
- add_action( 'load-post.php', 'auhfc_init_meta_boxes' );
11
- add_action( 'load-post-new.php', 'auhfc_init_meta_boxes' );
12
- }
13
-
14
- /**
15
- * This function adds a meta box with a callback function of my_metabox_callback()
16
- */
17
- function auhfc_add_meta_boxes() {
18
-
19
- $auhfc_defaults = auhfc_defaults();
20
-
21
- if ( empty( $auhfc_defaults['post_types'] ) ) {
22
- return;
23
- }
24
- foreach ( $auhfc_defaults['post_types'] as $post_type ) {
25
- add_meta_box(
26
- 'auhfc-head-footer-code',
27
- __( 'Head & Footer Code', 'head-footer-code' ),
28
- 'auhfc_display_html',
29
- $post_type,
30
- 'normal',
31
- 'low'
32
- );
33
- }
34
-
35
- } // END function auhfc_add_meta_boxes()
36
-
37
- /**
38
- * Meta box display callback.
39
- *
40
- * @param WP_Post $post Current post object.
41
- */
42
- function auhfc_display_html( $post ) {
43
- wp_nonce_field( '_head_footer_code_nonce', 'head_footer_code_nonce' ); ?>
44
-
45
- <p>Here you can insert article specific code for Head (before the <code>&lt;/head&gt;</code>) and Footer (before the <code>&lt;/body&gt;</code>) sections. They work in exactly the same way as site-wide code, which you can configure under <a href="tools.php?page=head_footer_code">Tools / Head &amp; Footer Code</a>.</p>
46
-
47
- <table class="form-table">
48
- <tbody>
49
- <tr class="widefat">
50
- <th scope="row">
51
- <label><?php esc_attr_e( 'Behavior', 'head-footer-code' ); ?></label>
52
- </th>
53
- <td>
54
- <input type="radio" name="auhfc[behavior]" id="auhfc_behavior_append" value="append" <?php echo ( 'append' === auhfc_get_meta( 'behavior' ) ) ? 'checked' : ''; ?>>
55
- <label for="auhfc_behavior_append">Append to the site-wide code</label><br />
56
- <input type="radio" name="auhfc[behavior]" id="auhfc_behavior_replace" value="replace" <?php echo ( 'replace' === auhfc_get_meta( 'behavior' ) ) ? 'checked' : ''; ?>>
57
- <label for="auhfc_behavior_replace">Replace the site-wide code</label>
58
- </td>
59
- </tr>
60
-
61
- <tr class="widefat">
62
- <th scope="row">
63
- <label for="auhfc_head"><?php _e( 'Head Code', 'head-footer-code' ); ?></label>
64
- </th>
65
- <td>
66
- <textarea name="auhfc[head]" id="auhfc_head" class="widefat code" rows="5"><?php echo auhfc_get_meta( 'head' ); ?></textarea>
67
- <p>Example: <code>&lt;link rel="stylesheet" href="https://domain.com/path/to/style.css" type="text/css" media="all"&gt;</code></p>
68
- </td>
69
- </tr>
70
- <tr class="widefat">
71
- <th scope="row">
72
- <label for="auhfc_footer"><?php _e( 'Footer Code', 'head-footer-code' ); ?></label>
73
- </th>
74
- <td>
75
- <textarea name="auhfc[footer]" id="auhfc_footer" class="widefat code" rows="5"><?php echo auhfc_get_meta( 'footer' ); ?></textarea>
76
- <p>Example: <code>&lt;script type="text/javascript" src="http://domain.com/path/to/script.js"&gt;&lt;/script&gt;</code></p>
77
- </td>
78
- </tr>
79
- </tbody>
80
- </table>
81
- <?php
82
- }
83
-
84
- /**
85
- * Save meta box content.
86
- *
87
- * @param int $post_id Post ID
88
- */
89
- function auhfc_save( $post_id ) {
90
- if ( defined( 'DOING_AUTOSAVE' ) && DOING_AUTOSAVE ) {
91
- return;
92
- }
93
- if ( ! isset( $_POST['head_footer_code_nonce'] ) || ! wp_verify_nonce( $_POST['head_footer_code_nonce'], '_head_footer_code_nonce' ) ) {
94
- return;
95
- }
96
- if ( ! current_user_can( 'edit_post', $post_id ) ) {
97
- return;
98
- }
99
-
100
- if ( ! empty( $_POST['auhfc'] ) ) {
101
-
102
- $auhfc['head'] = ( ! empty( $_POST['auhfc']['head'] ) ) ? $_POST['auhfc']['head'] : '';
103
- $auhfc['footer'] = ( ! empty( $_POST['auhfc']['footer'] ) ) ? $_POST['auhfc']['footer'] : '';
104
- $auhfc['behavior'] = ( ! empty( $_POST['auhfc']['behavior'] ) ) ? $_POST['auhfc']['behavior'] : '';
105
-
106
- if ( ! empty( $auhfc ) ) {
107
- update_post_meta( $post_id, '_auhfc', $auhfc );
108
- }
109
- }
110
-
111
- } // END function auhfc_save( $post_id )
112
-
113
- /*
114
- Usage: auhfc_get_meta( 'head' )
115
- Usage: auhfc_get_meta( 'footer' )
116
- Usage: auhfc_get_meta( 'behavior' )
117
- */
inc/settings.php CHANGED
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ add_action( 'admin_enqueue_scripts', 'auhfc_admin_enqueue_scripts' );
18
/**
19
* Enqueue the admin style
20
*/
21
- function auhfc_admin_enqueue_scripts($hook) {
22
if ( 'tools_page_head_footer_code' == $hook ) {
23
wp_enqueue_style(
24
'head-footer-code-admin',
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ function auhfc_admin_enqueue_scripts($hook) {
29
}
30
} // END function wpau_enqueue_colour_picker()
31
32
- function auhfc_add_admin_menu( ) {
33
34
add_submenu_page(
35
'tools.php',
@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ function auhfc_add_admin_menu( ) {
46
* Register a setting and its sanitization callback
47
* define section and settings fields
48
*/
49
- function auhfc_settings_init( ) {
50
51
/**
52
* Get settings from options table
@@ -168,17 +168,16 @@ function auhfc_settings_init( ) {
168
* This function provides textarea for settings fields
169
*/
170
function auhfc_textarea_field_render( $args ) {
171
- extract( $args );
172
- if ( empty( $rows ) ) {
173
$rows = 7;
174
}
175
printf(
176
'<textarea name="%1$s" id="%1$s" rows="%2$s" class="%3$s">%4$s</textarea><p class="description">%5$s</p>',
177
- $field,
178
- $rows,
179
- $field_class,
180
- $value,
181
- $description
182
);
183
} // END function auhfc_textarea_field_render( $args )
184
@@ -187,16 +186,15 @@ function auhfc_textarea_field_render( $args ) {
187
* This function provides number input for settings fields
188
*/
189
function auhfc_number_field_render( $args ) {
190
- extract( $args );
191
printf(
192
'<input type="number" name="%1$s" id="%1$s" value="%2$s" class="%3$s" min="%4$s" max="%5$s" step="%6$s" /><p class="description">%7$s</p>',
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- $field, // name/id
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- $value, // value
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- $class, // class
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- $min, // min
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- $max, // max
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- $step, // step
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- $description // description
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);
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} // END function auhfc_number_field_render($args)
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@@ -205,23 +203,21 @@ function auhfc_number_field_render( $args ) {
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*/
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function auhfc_checkbox_group_field_render( $args ) {
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- extract( $args );
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-
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// Checkbox items.
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$out = '<fieldset>';
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- foreach ( $items as $key => $label ) {
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$checked = '';
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- if ( ! empty( $value ) ) {
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- $checked = ( in_array( $key, $value ) ) ? 'checked="checked"' : '';
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}
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$out .= sprintf(
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'<label for="%1$s_%2$s"><input type="checkbox" name="%1$s[]" id="%1$s_%2$s" value="%2$s" class="%3$s" %4$s />%5$s</label><br>',
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- $field,
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$key,
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- $class,
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$checked,
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$label
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);
@@ -234,19 +230,19 @@ function auhfc_checkbox_group_field_render( $args ) {
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} // eom settings_field_checkbox()
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- function auhfc_sitewide_settings_section_description( ) {
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?>
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<p>Define site-wide code and behavior. You can Add custom content like JavaScript, CSS, HTML meta and link tags, Google Analytics, site verification, etc.</p>
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<?php
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- } // END function auhfc_sitewide_settings_section_description( )
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- function auhfc_article_settings_section_description( ) {
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?>
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<p>Define article specific behavior.</p>
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<?php
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- } // END function auhfc_article_settings_section_description( )
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- function auhfc_options_page( ) {
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if ( ! current_user_can( 'manage_options' ) ) {
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wp_die( esc_attr__( 'You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page.' ) );
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}
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/**
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* Enqueue the admin style
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*/
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+ function auhfc_admin_enqueue_scripts( $hook ) {
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if ( 'tools_page_head_footer_code' == $hook ) {
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wp_enqueue_style(
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'head-footer-code-admin',
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}
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} // END function wpau_enqueue_colour_picker()
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+ function auhfc_add_admin_menu() {
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add_submenu_page(
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'tools.php',
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* Register a setting and its sanitization callback
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* define section and settings fields
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*/
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+ function auhfc_settings_init() {
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/**
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* Get settings from options table
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* This function provides textarea for settings fields
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*/
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function auhfc_textarea_field_render( $args ) {
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+ if ( empty( $args['rows'] ) ) {
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$rows = 7;
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}
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printf(
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'<textarea name="%1$s" id="%1$s" rows="%2$s" class="%3$s">%4$s</textarea><p class="description">%5$s</p>',
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+ $args['field'],
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+ $args['rows'],
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+ $args['field_class'],
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+ $args['value'],
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+ $args['description']
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);
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} // END function auhfc_textarea_field_render( $args )
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* This function provides number input for settings fields
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*/
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function auhfc_number_field_render( $args ) {
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printf(
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'<input type="number" name="%1$s" id="%1$s" value="%2$s" class="%3$s" min="%4$s" max="%5$s" step="%6$s" /><p class="description">%7$s</p>',
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+ $args['field'], // name/id
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+ $args['value'], // value
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+ $args['class'], // class
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+ $args['min'], // min
195
+ $args['max'], // max
196
+ $args['step'], // step
197
+ $args['description'] // description
198
);
199
} // END function auhfc_number_field_render($args)
200
203
*/
204
function auhfc_checkbox_group_field_render( $args ) {
205
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// Checkbox items.
207
$out = '<fieldset>';
208
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+ foreach ( $args['items'] as $key => $label ) {
210
211
$checked = '';
212
+ if ( ! empty( $args['value'] ) ) {
213
+ $checked = ( in_array( $key, $args['value'] ) ) ? 'checked="checked"' : '';
214
}
215
216
$out .= sprintf(
217
'<label for="%1$s_%2$s"><input type="checkbox" name="%1$s[]" id="%1$s_%2$s" value="%2$s" class="%3$s" %4$s />%5$s</label><br>',
218
+ $args['field'],
219
$key,
220
+ $args['class'],
221
$checked,
222
$label
223
);
230
231
} // eom settings_field_checkbox()
232
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+ function auhfc_sitewide_settings_section_description() {
234
?>
235
<p>Define site-wide code and behavior. You can Add custom content like JavaScript, CSS, HTML meta and link tags, Google Analytics, site verification, etc.</p>
236
<?php
237
+ } // END function auhfc_sitewide_settings_section_description()
238
239
+ function auhfc_article_settings_section_description() {
240
?>
241
<p>Define article specific behavior.</p>
242
<?php
243
+ } // END function auhfc_article_settings_section_description()
244
245
+ function auhfc_options_page() {
246
if ( ! current_user_can( 'manage_options' ) ) {
247
wp_die( esc_attr__( 'You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page.' ) );
248
}
inc/update.php ADDED
@@ -0,0 +1,81 @@
1
+ <?php
2
+ /**
3
+ * Run the incremental updates one by one.
4
+ *
5
+ * For example, if the current DB version is 3, and the target DB version is 6,
6
+ * this function will execute update routines if they exist:
7
+ * - auhfc_update_routine_4()
8
+ * - auhfc_update_routine_5()
9
+ * - auhfc_update_routine_6()
10
+ */
11
+
12
+ function auhfc_update() {
13
+ // no PHP timeout for running updates
14
+ set_time_limit( 0 );
15
+
16
+ // this is the current database schema version number
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+ $current_db_ver = get_option( 'auhfc_db_ver', 0 );
18
+
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+ // this is the target version that we need to reach
20
+ $target_db_ver = WPAU_HEAD_FOOTER_CODE_DB_VER;
21
+
22
+ // run update routines one by one until the current version number
23
+ // reaches the target version number
24
+ while ( $current_db_ver < $target_db_ver ) {
25
+ // increment the current db_ver by one
26
+ ++$current_db_ver;
27
+
28
+ // each db version will require a separate update function
29
+ // for example, for db_ver 3, the function name should be solis_update_routine_3
30
+ $func = "auhfc_update_routine_{$current_db_ver}";
31
+ if ( function_exists( $func ) ) {
32
+ call_user_func( $func );
33
+ }
34
+
35
+ // update the option in the database, so that this process can always
36
+ // pick up where it left off
37
+ update_option( 'auhfc_db_ver', $current_db_ver );
38
+ }
39
+
40
+ } // END function auhfc_update()
41
+
42
+ /**
43
+ * Initialize updater
44
+ */
45
+ function auhfc_update_routine_1() {
46
+
47
+ // get options from DB
48
+ $defaults = get_option( 'auhfc_settings' );
49
+
50
+ // split pre-1.0.8 priority to priority_h and priority_f
51
+ if ( isset( $defaults['priority'] ) ) {
52
+ // Split single to separate option values
53
+ if ( ! isset( $defaults['priority_h'] ) ) {
54
+ $defaults['priority_h'] = $defaults['priority'];
55
+ }
56
+ if ( ! isset( $defaults['priority_f'] ) ) {
57
+ $defaults['priority_f'] = $defaults['priority'];
58
+ }
59
+ // Unset old key value
60
+ unset( $defaults['priority'] );
61
+ // Update option
62
+ update_option( 'auhfc_settings', $defaults );
63
+ }
64
+
65
+ } // END function auhfc_update_routine_1()
66
+
67
+ /**
68
+ * Add network wide head and footer defaults to main site
69
+ */
70
+ function auhfc_update_routine_2() {
71
+ if ( is_multisite() && is_main_site() ) {
72
+ $defaults = get_option( 'auhfc_settings' );
73
+ if ( ! isset( $defaults['network_head'] ) ) {
74
+ $defaults['network_head'] = '';
75
+ }
76
+ if ( ! isset( $defaults['network_footer'] ) ) {
77
+ $defaults['network_footer'] = '';
78
+ }
79
+ update_option( 'auhfc_settings', $defaults );
80
+ }
81
+ } // END function auhfc_update_routine_2()
index.php ADDED
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
1
+ <?php
2
+ // Silence is golden.
readme.txt CHANGED
@@ -2,11 +2,12 @@
2
Contributors: urkekg
3
Donate link: https://urosevic.net/wordpress/donate/?donate_for=head-footer-code
4
Tags: wp_head, wp_footer, head footer code, custom head script, custom footer script, google analytics, pixel tracking, tracking code, javascript, scripts, site verification, css
5
- Requires at least: 3.9
6
- Tested up to: 4.8
7
- Stable tag: 1.0.7
8
- License: GPLv2 or later
9
- License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html
10
11
Easy add site-wide and/or article specific custom code before the &lt;/head&gt; or &lt;/body&gt; by hooking to wp_head and wp_footer.
12
@@ -36,8 +37,7 @@ It is very hard to continue development and support for this and my other free p
36
* Choose which post types will have enabled article specific head/footer fields
37
* Choose should article specific head/footer code be appended to site-wide code, or will replace site-wide code
38
* Site-wide section located under **Tools** > **Head & Footer Code**
39
- * If you have enabled WP_DEBUG constant in `wp-config.php`, you'll see site-wide and article specific entries in page source code wrapped to comments.
40
- * Support [Multisite](https://codex.wordpress.org/Create_A_Network) environment.
41
42
General settings, including HEAD, FOOTER global code and priority, have been saved to WordPress option `auhfc_settings`.
43
Each post/page/custom post type specific HEAD and FOOTER code have been saved to post meta `_auhfc`.
@@ -85,6 +85,14 @@ Because all other similar plugins could not satisfy my requirements. In general,
85
Initial release of new plugin developed by Aleksandar Urosevic.
86
87
== Changelog ==
88
= 1.0.7 =
89
* Compatibility check: Tested for WordPress 4.7.1
90
* UX: Add right hand sidebar on global settings page with links to donate, FAQ, Community support and plugin Reviews page.
2
Contributors: urkekg
3
Donate link: https://urosevic.net/wordpress/donate/?donate_for=head-footer-code
4
Tags: wp_head, wp_footer, head footer code, custom head script, custom footer script, google analytics, pixel tracking, tracking code, javascript, scripts, site verification, css
5
+ Requires at least: 4.8
6
+ Tested up to: 5.1.1
7
+ Stable tag: 1.0.8
8
+ Requires PHP: 5.5
9
+ License: GPLv3 or later
10
+ License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html
11
12
Easy add site-wide and/or article specific custom code before the &lt;/head&gt; or &lt;/body&gt; by hooking to wp_head and wp_footer.
13
37
* Choose which post types will have enabled article specific head/footer fields
38
* Choose should article specific head/footer code be appended to site-wide code, or will replace site-wide code
39
* Site-wide section located under **Tools** > **Head & Footer Code**
40
+ * If you have set WP_DEBUG constant in `wp-config.php` to `true`, you'll see site-wide and article specific entries in page source code wrapped to comments.
41
42
General settings, including HEAD, FOOTER global code and priority, have been saved to WordPress option `auhfc_settings`.
43
Each post/page/custom post type specific HEAD and FOOTER code have been saved to post meta `_auhfc`.
85
Initial release of new plugin developed by Aleksandar Urosevic.
86
87
== Changelog ==
88
+ = 1.0.8 =
89
+ * Test compatibility with WordPress 5.1.1 and PHP 7.2.15
90
+ * Change: Meta boxes layout and type of behavior selector
91
+ * Change: Convert Post metaboxes to OOP
92
+ * Change: GNU GPL license to v3
93
+ * Add: Bundle GNU GPLv3 license to plugin codebase
94
+ * Update: Screenshots
95
+
96
= 1.0.7 =
97
* Compatibility check: Tested for WordPress 4.7.1
98
* UX: Add right hand sidebar on global settings page with links to donate, FAQ, Community support and plugin Reviews page.
templates/settings.php CHANGED
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
5
* @category Template
6
* @package Head & Footer Code
7
* @author Aleksandar Urosevic
8
- * @license https://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html GNU General Public License
9
* @link https://urosevic.net
10
*/
11
5
* @category Template
6
* @package Head & Footer Code
7
* @author Aleksandar Urosevic
8
+ * @license https://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl-3.0.html GNU General Public License v3.0
9
* @link https://urosevic.net
10
*/
11