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
Do NOT use below reviews to post support requests or issues.
Without a doubt Peter's extensions make the process of building a website so much easier!
I had a couple problems with my code working "solo" and when I put it in the article it gave me errors, but when I went to the forums and used the alternate coding that was suggested (require_once), it worked seamlessly.
Very impressive! It has saved me a lot of time. Definitely recommended.
Then I found this plug-in through chat via ym with the maker. He actually contact me via ym told about other plug-in from him has been updated.
I tried this plug-in, and happy with it. It does what it says, my sociallist widget is now appears in my homepage.
There's one lack tough, in my experience, the button Insert Code did worked, but after I filled the code in the editor and clicked Insert, the page didn't loading back to my Content Resource page. Even I clicked the cancel button and there's nothing happened. So, I use the copy paste to paste the code to my html fields in Resource page.
Maybe it's my Firefox's fault or anything but the plug-in itself. Still, this plug-in is great. b^_^d
I think your issue comes down to the editor (not Sourcerer). If you contact me via the forum or mail we can sort this out.
Excellent job gentlemen!
Thanks for your wonderful review :)
I wish I tried this before I had wrestled with a similar component.
Thank you! If you come across anything in Sourcerer that is less than perfect, please let me know.
The problem: I kept on running into the auto cleanup functionality of tinymce when I inserted scripts in pages. I looked for a solution to keep my scripts in an article while using tinymce.
The solution: Sourcerer. I no longer have to switch between editors, I can use tinymce and my scripts work. Just place the code between two tags in the editor and you are set. No need to switch to the html viewer. Thanks Nonumber.