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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 […]