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Turns out the Insert JavaScript & CSS plugin needed some serious rewriting. And rather than patching together what I had already written, I just started over and what came out was a much better plugin.

It’s moved homes as well. My plugins are going to move back to

And I don’t plan on taking the old version off the WordPress plugin site, but I also don’t plan to update that version either. Updates will be done to the version at Reliti.

8 Responses to “Rewrite of the Insert JS & CSS Plugin”

  1. Alan Kmiecik

    Plugin simply does not work. I have one site where the pop-up window comes up greyed out. Thought it might be template so I created an clean install on EasyPHP and the plugin show s up OK but “add” button does nothing.

  2. Ryan

    Version from, correct? It’s an issue with the version of jQuery UI. Happened in one of the updates to WP a couple versions back. 3.6 or 3.7 I think.

    • Alan Kmiecik

      Plugin came through WP (add new)…it is version .2

      My WP in 3.9.

      Not sure what to tell you about JQuery. I had 1.11.0 called in the header, switched to 2.1.0 with no luck.

  3. Ryan

    Don’t remember off the top of my head what the fix was. I’ll dig a bit and see if I can find my notes and post back here, but the version on isn’t going to be updated.

  4. Franco

    I used the plug-in and it worked well.
    Today when I came back to the page all the JS and CSS code was gone. Can I retrieve it? I tried to use the Revisions option of WordPress but I did not get back any JS and CSS code. Is that code stored somewhere else?

    • Ryan

      It’s stored as meta fields for the post. Haven’t heard of any cases of the code just disappearing.

    • Ryan

      Not sure what the issue is there, but the version that’s hosted on isn’t going to get updated. Haven’t had any issues from users of the replacement version that’s at


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