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NOTICE – 2nd August 2019

We realise this documentation (below) is massively outdated, so we are starting again. The new documentation will be more thorough with less words, more practical with great examples, as well as a lot more easier to understand overall. Please continue to come back to the progress here: https://css-javascript-toolbox.com/documentation2

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Advanced Code Editor

CJT comes with an Advanced Code Editor that supports many languages, which is a necessity these days for almost all WordPress users. Syntax highlighting for four languages (i.e. CSS, HTML, JavaScript, PHP) Over 20 editor themes (GitHub, Eclipse, Chrome, Textmate, etc – more can be imported) Automatic indent and outdent Handles huge documents (four million lines […]

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Installation

Fresh install — WordPress Plugins interface Download CJT zip package (for CJT Dev – see purchase receipt) Login to WordPress Dashboard Open Plugins page Upload the zip package and Activate the plugin Click on the CSS & JavaScript Toolbox Dashboard menu and follow the admin notice on the TOP to complete the installation process Fresh […]

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What is CJT?

The abbreviation CJT stands for ‘CSS & Javascript Toolbox’. CJT was originally developed to help users, bloggers, novice and professional developers with integrating code into their WordPress-powered website. It was developed to provide solutions to many common tasks. For example, adding JavaScript snippets or CSS stylesheets into WordPress pages and posts. CJT was designed to […]

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Introduction

The most basic and fundamental task that CJT is developed for, is to allow assigning a piece of code to WordPress pages/posts. Creating a separate small plugin might be a good solution, however the user has to identify visitor requests and find a way to associate the parallel code. Also when reassigning the code to […]