Now is: 2020-10-31 02:11:03

ve tried two other plugins: Jumi and RunPHP .

  • Jumi allows you to call or include another .php file. However, it doesn't allow you to add php commands right inside the content. What this means is that if you want to display a sample code, say example1.php, you need to create anintermediate .php file. In that intermediate php file, you then load and display the sample code with echo "<pre>".htmlentities('filename.php')."</pre>". These intermediate files accumulate very fast and is becoming a bit cumbersome.
  • RunPHP allows you to embed php commands right inside the content page. However, using it is a bit troublesome. You need to use, for example, JCE Editor with Show HTML view. You cannot use the default TinyMCE WYSIWYG Editor.

JuMi Tutorial

voorbeeld images/jumi/main.php

{jumi [images/jumi/main.php]}