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Installation

Install “My Custom Functions PRO” plugin just as you would any other WordPress plugin.

Upload via WordPress:

  1. Log in to Admin Area of your WordPress website.
  2. Go to “Plugins” -> “Add New”.
  3. Click “Upload Plugin”, and browse the ZIP file with plugin.
  4. Activate this plugin through the “Plugins” tab.

Upload via FTP:

  1. Unzip the ZIP file with this plugin.
  2. Upload the unzipped catalog to your website’s plugin directory (/wp-content/plugins/).
  3. Log in to Admin Area of your WordPress website.
  4. Activate this plugin through the “Plugins” tab.

After installation and activation, the “PHP Inserter PRO” menu item will appear in the “Settings” section of Admin Panel. Click on it in order to view the plugin settings page.

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Using at first time

To use this plugin at first time just do the following:

  1. Log in to Admin Area of your WordPress website.

  2. Go to Settings -> PHP Inserter PRO. You will be taken to the plugin settings page.

  3. Enter the name or small description for your function in the field Label.

  4. Place your PHP code in the field bellow.

  5. Click the Save Changes button.

Now your PHP code added and wait when you enable it!

Add new function

To add new function just do the following:

  1. Click the Add Another Function button. New function will appear.

  2. Enter the name or small description for your function in the field Label.

  3. Place your PHP code in the field bellow.

  4. Click the Save Changes button.

You can add unlimited number of new functions. This is very useful, because that way you can manage your functions separately. Just use a clear names for your functions and you’ll always be know about what functions and is responsible for what.

Delete function

To delete a function just do the following:

  1. Find the function that you want to delete.
  2. Click the Delete button in the upper-right corner of this function.

  3. You will be prompted to confirm the deletion. Click OK. This function will disappear, but not deleted.

  4. Click the Save Changes button.

Done.

Enable or disable function

To enable or disable a function just do the following:

  1. Find the function that you want to enable or disable.
  2. Switch toggle to ON (green color) or OFF (red color).

  3. Click the Save Changes button.

Done.

Show and hide function

To show or hide a function just do the following:

  1. Find the function that you want to show or hide.
  2. Click the Show or Hide button in the upper-right corner of this function. This function (not the whole function, but field with code) will expand or minimize.

Backups of functions

Each time you push the Save Changes button this plugin creates a new backup of your functions. This backup is a typical TXT file with all your functions, like this:

/* My Function 1
 -------------------------------------- */
function aaa {
   // Content of your function
}

/* My Function 2
 -------------------------------------- */
function bbb {
   // Content of your function
}

The file is given the name of the corresponding date of the creation and placed in the catalog backups. Also, for usability, creates a copy of the last backup and it’s named backup-last. You can download this file (backup-last.txt) directly from the plugin settings page.

Over time, it can accumulate a lot of backup files, so you may want to remove unnecessary files. To do this just go to the catalog backups (/wp-content/plugins/my-custom-functions-pro/ backups/) and remove unnecessary (or all) files.

The sidebar consists of five sections. All of them are minimized (in the closed state). In order to expand them, just click on the arrow button in the upper-right corner of the section.

The sidebar gives you quick access to files README.pdf, INSTRUCTIONS.pdf, FAQ.pdf, and also you can download the latest backup of your functions and make a donation.

Update plugin to new release

Update via FTP:

  1. Log in to Admin Area of your WordPress website.
  2. Deactivate this plugin through the Plugins tab.
  3. Backup the catalog backups (not necessary).
  4. Unzip the ZIP file with new release of this plugin.
  5. Upload the unzipped catalog to your website’s plugin directory (/wp-content/plugins/) with replacing all files in the old catalog of this plugin.
  6. Activate this plugin through the Plugins tab.

Done.

More Help & Support

If you have a question please read the Frequently Asked Questions. If you still can’t find an answer to your enquiry, please get in touch with us using our email: [email protected]