If you have upgraded to the latest version 11, you will need to clear and refresh your browser cache to pull in the new scripts and stylesheets.  This includes, clearing out and purging any caches made by third-party cache plugins.  This version now supports PHP versions 7.0 or higher to make it even more compatible with earlier versions.

Version 11

Since version 11, both CJT Free (on WordPress.org) and CJT PLUS (premium extension) has had a major UI and framework update to include many new Hooks. Clearing out your site or browser cache may resolve some issues, but not all. That’s because you are using an older CJT PLUS (version 10, 9.4 or earlier) with the latest CJT Free version 11 or higher. As a CJT PLUS owner, you have a number of options available as shown below.

  • You MUST update CJT PLUS to the latest version 11 or higher.
  • If it won’t let you update, you may need to either: activate your valid license key, or purchase a new license key if it has expired.
  • If you do not wish to update CJT PLUS to the latest version, then you will need to manually downgrade CJT Free to the lower version 10.1: Click to download

Please contact us if you need your license key information so you can add to the license form for CJT PLUS.  We will try to send that to you as soon as possible.

Documentation for CJT PLUS

This documentation is all about CJT PLUS. If you are a CJT freebie user, you will notice all the extra-awesomeness that CJT PLUS has to offer. You will certainly pickup the basics of CJT Free whilst looking through this documentation. Click to Purchase CJT PLUS

We have retained the older documentation until we continue to write the new version. Click for: PREVIOUS DOCUMENTATION


CJT at its most fundamental level consists of a Code Block. This Code Block combines a Code Editor, an Assignment panel, and a bunch of other useful tools.

The behind-the-scenes functionality of a Code Block are Revisions and something we call Code Files. Each and every Code Block contains a Master Code File that will hold your Active Code. Every time you hit the Save button, CJT will automatically save a new revision for you. This allows you to go to any of your earlier revisions, load one into the editor, and decide whether to select it as the Active Code revision for the Code Block.

A very powerful feature that only CJT PLUS offers, is for you to create your own User Code Files.  This allows you to create mini projects within a Code Block so you can keep your code a lot more organised and maintained.  Click Code Files and Revisions for a better explanation.

Code Editor

CJT Code Block Editor

This is the Code Editor window where you add your CSS, JavaScript, PHP, HTML, or plain text.

Assignment Panel

CJT Assignment Panel

The Assignment Panel is where you select the Page, Post, Category etc, where you want your code (or text) to go on your website. Learn more

Master Admin Toolbar

The Master Admin Toolbar contains all of the top-level functions for all of your Code Blocks collectively. Learn more

Code Block Toolbar

The Code Block Toolbar contains all of the functions at the single Code Block level. The diagram above shows the code block maximised. Learn more

Editor Tools

CJT Editor Tools

The Editor Tools predominantly contains all of the useful functions required for the editing experience. Learn more

Create as many Code Blocks as you need

CJT PLUS has been tested using over 100 code blocks and 1000’s of assignments (e.g. Posts/Pages/Categories/etc).

One Code Block

Google Analytics using CJT Code Blocks Example

You can have just one Code Block that simply adds Google Analytics to every website page on the front end.

Many Code Blocks

Many Code Blocks Example

Or many Code Blocks using different code languages that all work together to add some complex functionality. The diagram above shows all of the Code Blocks minimised.