This is a modified version (under the MIT License) of a plugin originally developed by Tierra Innovation for WNET.org.
This plugin extends the HTML functionalify of the WordPress kses.php file, which states the allowable HTML that the post/page content editor will accept. It allows the site administrator to check pre-defined HTML tags that can also be allowed via the editor. Tags include:
map and extensions have been added to the
Keep in mind, that by checking a tag, you are making it acceptable to post said HTML and save it. If your users also post content, it is important that you make sure you are not enabling any malicious HTML from wreaking havoc to your environment. If there is a tag that is missing or that you would like us to add and support, feel free to leave a comment in our support area for this plugin.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Check the boxes next to the HTML tag you wish to enable and click
- Paste HTML code into the HTML version – NOT the visual version – of the post/page editor and save.
- What tags are currently supported?
divtag extended to allow for
embedtag is now fully supported, including the following children tags:
srcand the entire
objecttag (including children).
iframetag is now fully supported, including the following children tags:
imgtag extended to allow for
maptag is now fully supported, including the following children tags:
objecttag is now fully supported, including the following children tags:
width, the entire
paramtag (including children) and the entire
embedtag (including children).
paramtag is now fully supported, including the following children tags:
pretag now fully supports Google Syntax Highlighter, including the following children tags:
style, ‘name’, ‘class’, ‘lang’ and ‘width’
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Added additional image map support