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.
We have just introduced our How-To usage tips for CJT PLUS. Clicking into this section will fast-track your learning of CJT PLUS.
You will certainly pickup the basics of CJT Free whilst looking through this documentation. We have retained the older documentation until we continue to write the new version. Click for: PREVIOUS DOCUMENTATION
UPGRADED TO VERSION 11.3?
If you have upgraded to the latest version 11.3, 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.
CJT PLUS USERS – IMPORTANT NOTICE!
CJT Free/Core and CJT PLUS must be running on the same version.
If you are running the latest CJT Free/Core version 11.3 from WordPress.org and CJT PLUS version 11.2 or under, then you will see an incompatibility notice in the header. It is highly recommended to be running the latest CJT PLUS premium plugin 11.3 alongside CJT Free/Core 11.3 to ensure 100% compatibility, security and stability. If your CJT PLUS license has expired, please purchase a new premium CJT PLUS license here.
CJT FREE/CORE USERS – IMPORTANT NOTICE!
CJT Free will soon have features removed and added to CJT PLUS. Features that will be removed in this first phase include the Adv tab (URLs and Expressions) and some other features that we are yet to finalise. This unfortunate decision has not come lightly, but is absolutely required to keep the project moving forward after 10 years. The entire CJT project is reliant on funding for continued development. The CJT project is kept alive with your support.
We would like to thank everyone who have supported us with a purchase of a CJT PLUS license. We are also immensely grateful for those who have continued to support us with a renewal of their licenses.
In the coming updates, we have a number of super-cool new features we are planning to work on and we will keep you posted on what these features will be real soon.
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.
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).