Insert HTML within your WordPress posts without having the Visual Editor remove it.
Download the DIY HTML WordPress Plugin
Here: [download id=”5″ format=”1″ autop=”false”]
Plugin Requires WordPress 2.8+
Download the Plugin File to your Computer.
Install this on your Self Hosted WordPress Blog (Must be Self Hosted).
Use the following WordPress Shortcodes to insert HTML into your pages without having the WordPress Visual Editor remove it:
|[diycenter]||Outputs the HTML <center> tag. To center a block of text place a [diycenter] before your text and a [/diycenter] after it.|
|Any HTML code||Any HTML can be inserted into your post using the [diyhtml] shortcode. For example, to insert a <hr> horizontal rule tag, you can do the following:|
[diyhtml tag="hr" style="width:80%; color: blue;"/] — which outputs <hr style="width:80%; color: blue;" >
The tagname value is the name of the tag to be output. Any other parameters added to the shortcode will be output as HTML attributes for the tag, allowing you to create any HTML codes you may need.
|HTML entities — HTML Entities can be created using the following shortcodes:|
|[diyquote/]||This outputs a " entity, which is displayed in your browser as a double quote (") character.|
|[diyspace/]||This outputs a entity, which is displayed in your browser as a non-blank space ( ) character.|
|[diylt/]||This outputs a < entity, which is displayed in your browser as a less than (<) character.|
|[diygt/]||This outputs a > entity, which is displayed in your browser as a greater than (>) character.|
Not sure if you have Self-Hosted blog or WordPress Hosted Blog?
If your URL looks like http://www.DIYOnlineSolutions.com, then it’s Self-Hosted.
If your URL looks like http://diyonlinesolutions.wordpress.com, then it’s WordPress hosted (this Plugin will not work. We recommend you switch to a Self-Hosted Blog setup when you’re ready.)