Download Easy Post Embed Code Plugin Download for WordPress with no cost
We knew that WordPress lets us embed content in any other site easily. This is fabulous if the site in which you are embedding your content supports oEmbed, but in many cases, it does not. In these cases, you will need to paste the full embed code on the site in issue. This plugin implements that embed code for you directly on the post edit screen.
You can also like to present the post embed code on the frontend, allowing other people to share your content more easily, with the built-in shortcode or content block. The shortcode can be customized to include default width and height options, as well as show the embed code for any other post by optionally defining the post ID.
Features of Easy Post Embed Code WP Plugin
- Discover your embed code directly on the post edit screen
- Customize the width and height of the embed before copying the code
- Add the embed code to your content with a shortcode or content block
- Fully 5.0 compatible with meta box as well as custom block type
- Fully backward compatible with the current Classic Editor
- And More…
How to Install and Activate?
Installing “Easy Post Embed Code” is so simple, you can install it by searching for “Easy Post Embed Code” via the “Plugins > Add New” screen in your WordPress dashboard, or by using the following steps:
- Download the plugin via WordPress.org
- Upload the ZIP file through the ‘Plugins > Add New > Upload’ screen in your WordPress dashboard
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Blocks: This plugin provides 1 block.
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Latest Version Changes
v1.1.1 [2018-12-10] – Improving compatibility with WordPress 5.0+
v1.1 [2018-09-19] – Adding shortcode and Gutenberg block for displaying embed code on the frontend.
1.0 [2015-11-03] – Initial release.
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The meta box is not showing for me – what gives?
The embed code meta box will only display for posts that have a status of ‘published’ – it will not show for drafts or private posts as those cannot be embedded externally anyway.
No really – the meta box is *still* not showing for me!
That’s not still a question, but the answer is most likely that you are using a WordPress version older than 4.4 – the oEmbed feature is only available in WordPress 4.4 and above, so you need to be more up to date in order to use this plugin.
How do I use the shortcode?
The shortcode to display the embed code for a post is [embed_code]. If used in the context of a post. It will show the embed code for that post, but you can also specify a different post using the ID in the post parameter. Additionally, you can also set a custom width and height for the size attributes of the embed code, with the default being 500 and 350 respectively.
A shortcode with all the available parameters being used will look like this:
[embed_code post=36 width=800 height=400]
How do I remove the styling that comes with the plugin?
There is some very minor CSS included for the frontend display of the embed code (mostly for spacing and alignment), but if you would like to remove that and handle it yourself then simply add this line to your theme’s functions.php file or a custom plugin:
add_filter( ‘easy_post_embed_code_use_css’, ‘__return_false’ );