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Add to All WordPress plugin

Overview

Add to All is a powerful plugin that will allow you to add custom code or CSS to your header, footer, content or feed.

Add to All comes with out of the box support for Google Analytics, Statcounter, Kontera and Wibiya, with other third party services in the pipeline.

With this plugin installed, you do not need to edit your theme files every time you switch themes. You can also add custom CSS styles to your header as well as any HTML code to the header or footer of the theme.

The plugin gives you the power to add content to your feed in addition to adding a copyright notice. This is especially useful if you have any website scraping your feeds.

Features:

  • Support for Google Analytics, Statcounter and Kontera
  • Add custom CSS code to your header
  • Add any HTML code to your header or footer or feed
  • Add a copyright notice and a link to the post in your site’s feed

Requirements:

Installing

  1. Download Add to All.
  2. Extract the contents of add-to-all.zip to wp-content/plugins/ folder. You should get a folder called add-to-all.
  3. Activate the Plugin in WP-Admin.
  4. Goto Settings ยป Add to All to configure.

Options:

Below are screenshots of the default options available in the Settings screen

  1. add-to-all screenshot 1

    Add to All options in WP-Admin - 3rd Party Options

  2. add-to-all screenshot 2

    Add to All options in WP-Admin - Header Options

  3. add-to-all screenshot 3

    Add to All options in WP-Admin - Content Options

  4. add-to-all screenshot 4

    Add to All options in WP-Admin - Footer Options

  5. add-to-all screenshot 5

    Add to All options in WP-Admin - Feed Options

ChangeLog:

1.1

  • New: Support for Google's Universal Analytics code
  • New: Customize the text used when linking to the title in the blog feed. You can use %title% to add a link to the post, %date% and %time% to display the date and time of the post respectively
  • Modified: Plugin code has been completely reformatted for WordPress PHP standards
  • Modified: Localization name from ata and add-to-all

Read previous entries in the changelog.

Writing and testing plugins takes a good amount of time. If you like the plugin and find it useful and would like to donate something for my work please do click the Paypal Donate button below. The payment is secure. I haven’t filled in any amount. Feel free to donate what you please. Any amount is welcome. Thank you :)

License

All files and their contents are licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

Questions or Bugs

Known Bugs

If you have any questions or would like to report any bugs, please use the support forum.

Languages

If you would like to make available a translation for the plugin, please do drop me an email.

Downloads

Download Add to All
Number of downloads: 10,160
Page on WordPress.org

6 Comments

  1. I will give you a $5 donation if you tell me how I can make this plugin not show up on my homepage. IE I want to exclude a certain page ID

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    1. Am not sure what you mean by not showing the plugin on your homepage?

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      1. I am adding HTML to the end of all of my posts, but it also shows up on my homepage which is a collection of recent posts and portfolio items. Can I prevent the html from showing up on a defined set of pages?

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        1. If you’re using the Content Options tab, you can use the second section: “Content to add to single posts before and/or after post content:”
          This will add the option only at the end of single posts and not on the home page / archives etc.

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  2. Hi Ajay, I am curious to know if I can add any PHP codes into it. For e.g. i would love to use this plugin to set up a contact form that can shoot email to my inbox. Can this be achieved? if not for PHP,. is there a way you can make HTML codes shoot me emails through the form that my customers fill on my website? please help if you can

    anupam

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    1. It doesn’t support PHP. You can use HTML though. If you’re looking for a contact forms, you should check out Contact Form 7, which is a great plugin for this

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