Do you want to customize your site with code but don’t want to edit your theme files or worry about losing your changes when you switch themes? Do you want to add analytics, site verification, custom CSS, or any other code to your site without using multiple plugins? Do you want to have full control over where and when your code snippets are displayed on your site?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then WebberZone Snippetz is the perfect plugin for you!
WebberZone Snippetz (formerly Add to All) is a simple, yet powerful plugin that will allow you to create and manage custom snippets of HTML, CSS or JS code and add them to your header, footer, content or feed. You can also choose where and when to display your snippets based on various criteria such as post IDs, post types, categories, tags, and more.
WebberZone Snippetz comes with out of the box support for Google Analytics, Statcounter and Tynt. Additionally, it supports site verification for Google, Bing and Pinterest via their HTML tag methods.
WebberZone Snippetz also enhances your site’s feed with a copyright notice and a link to the post. Plus, it comes with tons of actions and filters to extend its functionality.
Here are some of the key features of WebberZone Snippetz:
- Create custom snippets with HTML, CSS or JS code
- Add snippets to your header, footer, content or feed
- Choose where and when to display your snippets based on post IDs, post types, categories, tags, and more
- Support for Google Analytics, Statcounter and Tynt
- Site verification for Google, Bing and Pinterest
- No need to edit theme files or lose changes when switching themes
WebberZone Snippetz is the ultimate snippet manager for WordPress users who want to customize their site with code. Download it today and see the difference!
WebberZone Snippetz is one of the many plugins developed by WebberZone. Check out our other plugins:
- Contextual Related Posts – Display related posts on your WordPress blog and feed
- Top 10 – Track daily and total visits on your blog posts and display the popular and trending posts
- Knowledge Base – Create a knowledge base or FAQ section on your WordPress site
- Better Search – Enhance the default WordPress search with contextual results sorted by relevance
- Auto-Close – Automatically close comments, pingbacks and trackbacks and manage revisions
Navigate to Plugins within your WordPress Admin Area
Click “Add new” and in the search box enter “Snippetz” and select “Keyword” from the dropdown
Find the plugin in the list (usually the first result) and click “Install Now”
- Download WebberZone Snippetz from the WordPress plugin repository.
- Go to Plugins > Add New in your WordPress dashboard and click Upload Plugin.
- Browse to the zip file that contains the plugin files and upload it.
- Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.
- Go to Settings > WebberZone Snippetz to configure the plugin options.
If your question isn’t listed here, please post a comment at the WordPress.org support forum. I monitor the forums on an ongoing basis. If you’re looking for more advanced paid support, please see details here.
How do I create a snippet?
To create a snippet, go to Snippets > Add New in your WordPress dashboard. Give your snippet a title and enter your code in the editor. Follow the steps in the WebberZone Snippetz meta box to configure where the code snippet should display.
How do I add a snippet to my site?
To add a snippet to your site, go to Snippets > All Snippets in your WordPress dashboard. Find the snippet you want to add and click on Edit. Under the Display Options meta box, you can choose where you want to display your snippet (header, footer, content or feed) and when you want to display it (always or based on certain criteria). You can also set a priority for your snippet if you have multiple snippets in the same location.
How do I use Google Analytics with WebberZone Snippetz?
To use Google Analytics with WebberZone Snippetz, go to Settings > WebberZone Snippetz in your WordPress dashboard. Under the Google Analytics tab, enter your Google Analytics tracking ID and enable tracking for your site.
Currently, WebberZone Snippetz only supports Google Analytics 4 code implementation.
How do I use site verification with WebberZone Snippetz?
To use site verification with WebberZone Snippetz, go to Settings > WebberZone Snippetz in your WordPress dashboard. Under the Site Verification tab, enter your verification codes for Google, Bing and Pinterest and save the changes.
How do I add custom CSS code to my site?
To add custom CSS code to your site, go to Snippets > Add New in your WordPress dashboard. Give your snippet a title and enter your CSS code in the editor. Choose CSS from the dropdown menu and select Header as the location. You can also choose when to display your CSS code based on certain criteria.
기여자 & 개발자
“WebberZone Snippetz – Header, Body and Footer manager”(은)는 오픈 소스 소프트웨어입니다. 다음의 사람들이 이 플러그인에 기여하였습니다.기여자
개발에 관심이 있으십니까?
- Bug fixes:
- Fixed “Exclude display on these post IDs”
- Fixed link to Settings page
- Fixed Content addition on Post and Pages only
- Admin scripts were incorrectly added on all “Add New” post screens
Add to All plugin has now been rebranded to WebberZone Snippetz. The plugin code has also been rewritten to use OOP.
- Add Meta verification. Read how to verify your domain in the Meta Business Help Centre
- Snippet priority: New global option to set the priority of when snippets are added to the content. Additionally, the snippet screen allows settings a priority amongst other snippets that add to the content
- Snippet Type: New dropdown to select if the snippet is a CSS, JS or HTML snippet. If you select JS or CSS, then the
styletags are automatically added
- New option to add content to the
- Google Analytics code has been updated to GA4. Please update your Google Tag ID
- uninstall.php now uses
- Settings menu link is under Snippetz menu if enabled and under Settings menu when disabled
- Support for Tynt has been removed. If you are using Tynt, you will need to directly use the full code in the Footer tab.
Check changelog.txt for older entries the Releases page on Github