You can now just place your original codes right into your WYSIWYG editor. The only thing you have to do is surround the code with the Sourcerer tags. Easy peasy!
So now you can also use PHP scripts in your content. That opens up a great deal of possibilities.
Easy to use editor button
Sourcerer comes with a very easy to use editor button. This will help you paste your code in a clean format that will not cause any problems. Also it comes with syntax coloring (php, js, css, html).
More information: http://www.nonumber.nl/sourcerer
NoNumber extensions require php 5.3+
See for more requirements: http://www.nonumber.nl/sourcerer#requirements
For support use the forum: http://www.nonumber.nl/forum
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This Sourcerer plugin worked great! I just copy-and-paste my Adsense code inside the tags, and i can see the adsense codes' location within the structure of my webpage while editing an article.
When i switch to Source Code, i saw that the plugin mutilated my Adsense code with lots of SPAN and BR tags inserted here and there. That scared me, since Adsense doesn't want you to alter the codes in any manner. However, when i view the source code of the page of the actual frontend website, the Adsense code remained intact as it is. So i guess, i should be fine.
Yep, the added html is just for display purposes in the wysiwyg editor and to prevent the editor from messing with the code.
Sourcerer removes all these hidden html tags when converting it to frontend code.
I recommend this extension to anyone who needs to go a bit beyond standard Joomla capabilities.
Today I just sent an enquiry to NoNumber, after less than 10 minutes I got an answer!
Thanks a lot for this great extension
Little side note, works like a charm to launch external java pop up player, for Hulu.com's video's.
(WOOO HOO, no more opening a new tab upon clicking video thumbnail from the widget)
It took me 15 minutes to install, enable, setup and run a facebook sign in script on a page, which I simply copied from another page source file using my browser and inserting it into a custom module! Worked like magic, and the sky is the limit with this extension.
Thanks a lot.
I had a little bit of confusion the first time I tried to use it, but realized the problem was of my own making. Once I cleared that up, I had absolutely no trouble with it. It does help to actually read (not skim!) the instructions and actually follow them. Works like a charm with TinyMCE - button and all.
Thank you for creating this gem and sharing it.
Thanks a lot!