PHP code embeding on wordpress

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just check this tools: and
i want to embed this tools on wordpress .Means i want to use this tools on wordpress.But i am not able to do this.
so please give me a solution to how can i use this tools on wp.
#code #embeding #php #wordpress
  • Profile picture of the author bheadrick
    The easy way would be embedding it in an iframe on the page. Otherwise, build the form on the page, and use some jquery to submit the form using ajax.

    There's exec-php that will let you embed PHP in your wordpress pages also, if that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author KevinBarham
    Hi There
    I would do as 'bheadrick' suggests and use an iFrame.
    You can use a plugin for adding php code and indeed iFrames called: 'Global Content Blocks' available here:
    WordPress › Global Content Blocks « WordPress Plugins

    The only thing I would add is that you need to make sure that the template you use has a full-width (single column) option and it is wide enough so that when you embed your iFrame you don't have any horizontal scrolling.

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  • Profile picture of the author brianng
    I use WP Simple Insert - Bhaskar Kandiyal when it comes to simple codes.

    But the better way is to write a shortcode { } and train the editor to include that code whenever they want.
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