Allows administrators to add code to the
/addfunc-head-footer-codefolder to the
Yep! That’s what AddFunc Head & Footer Code is made for.
Yep! That’s what this plugin is made for.
For the site wide code yes, as long as the theme is set up properly with the
wp_footer() functions. For individual custom content type “entries” (as we’ll call them) it will work as long as the custom content type (or custom post type more precisely) is set up in the standard way, so that WordPress will recognize that it needs to add all the usual meta boxes to it. Basically, it will work in a standard setup.
wp_head() is located in your theme.
Immediately after the opening
body tag. Note: other plugins can be made to do the same thing and one of them has to insert before the other, so other plugins could theoretically insert code before AddFunc Head & Footer Code’s Body Start Code.
wp_footer() is located in your theme.
Wherever one of those functions is missing, your code will not be output there. But omitting one of them does not stop the other ones from working. AddFunc Head & Footer Code will also save your code regardless. It just can’t output your code without the presence of those functions in the theme.
Easily add code to your head, footer and/or immediately after the opening body tag, site-wide and/or on any individual page/post.View Cart
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