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How to Write Custom Code in Your WordPress Posts

There are quite a lot of reasons on why one would include and write various additional codes in the WordPress posts. At times, you would need to display the ads, provide unique and good styling to most of the certain parts of the website. At times it could be simply to create some attention and mark some of the text. But it is still important that you add codings so that you can achieve the various effects (visual) so that you can get a better experience.

Of course, all these and other types of the procedures are the main reason, however, no matter what you want to acchieve with the usage of the custom code, it is important to keep in mind that the basic process of writing codes would never be outright challenging and even nerve cracking too.

Sometimes you may have to add codes which may look like normal codings but won’t behave like one. This is common when you are trying to look for showcase of the lining for coded and something to improve the website’s appearance. The basic issue of adding codes which behave like normal codes for example, scripted ads which are common among the Google Adsense Ads. Under the given categories, it is easy to delve a small aspect of programming codes like CSS, HTML, etc and along with a normal touch on the adverts and the beauty of the so called containers called <div> container.

Now in case if you simply show the given codes (in case if you are a developer or web designer), then it would be simply help users to paste as well as copy. Basically, it is quite significant to do it correctly, as even a single break of line can just mess the codes, thereby reducing the work. So, the manner in which the code can be interpreted by the given WordPress will depend whether you are going to use the Visual Post editor or the HTML.

It means that entering the code directly to the visual editor would not just effect the basic need to create as the visual editor would consider the code to be simply normal (i.e. normal text). It means that the web browser will not just interpret the coding given by code, but it would it as a ordinary text.

However, on the other hand, the HTML post editor would just recognize the CSS or HTML markup which you use, so it means that it would be interpreted by the given web browser. This thing would result in getting messed up and funky kind of content. For instance, the visual editor would then be interpreted like ordinary text and the result would just like all expects. But the div function of the HTML editor would be shown as the HTML markup and the given result would help in creating the container.

Another thing that you need to keep in mind is the HTML exercise. Now this exercise is really effective, but you do need to have a clear picture of what it can do. So, just open the HTML editor and type the given function and save in the draft. Now once the draft is properly saved, then you would need to click the ‘Preview Post’ and check out on how the mangled the website is.

But you don’t have to worry, as it is not permanent, and you can easily trash the given draft. So, now back to the main business, you would be using the code in two methods. The first thing is that you would do is use the code by the line or a paragraph and try to clarify the given point about the coding. Next you would need to write and then highlight the given code into the available block.

So, to achieve the given effect, there are various coding and tags that would be written and the code would be present in the given syntax. You have the option to substitute the square brackets and the arrows which depends on the given WordPress website and the post editing mechanism. The code which one is displaying has to use the opening tag and then closing the tag or code. Now the code tag that you are going to use would show what to dispose and target.

The code tag would make the basic non-HTML text be like code however, it would not inform the web browser to interpret that given HTML markup and strip it from the given post. So, it would mean that the given browser is quite apprehend in encoding the HTML markup so, it would be somewhat difficult to show the HTML tag in the code. But you could overcome these criteria by using characters or extended characters which can represent various characters.

So to know more on how the custom code in the WordPress works, just practice the procedure given in this article.

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