A very useful and simple plug-in that allows you to hide a part of a post (links,image…) using standard HTML comment markers <!— and —>. When WordPress converts your post text into HTML, one thing it does it converts a double-hyphen to an en-dash (– which in Unicode is –). This plug-in simply changed it back if it happens to be followed by a greater than symbol. Since —> is a HTML end-comment marker, this allows HTML comments to work again.
To hide a text,just place it between those two markers <!— and —>. For example:
This is an example of a post with <!— Hey, what are you looking at? —> hidden text.
- First release
- Upload HTMLComment.php to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Comment out text using <!— and —> mark-up
If you have a question, let me know.
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