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Quickly create and embed individual code snippet posts. Access the snippet post directly, view raw, or show all snippets in an archive list. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Quickly create and embed individual code snippet posts. Access the snippet post directly, view raw, or show all snippets in an archive list.
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Short description.

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codeSnips
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Plugin name.

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Installation Instructions
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Yes please! As of 1.1 the POT file is available. If you translate it, let me know and I'll include it in a maintenenace release! You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Yes please! As of 1.1 the POT file is available. If you translate it, let me know and I'll include it in a maintenenace release!
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You can see all the documented options under the codeSnips > Settings menu, then select the Usage tab. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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You can see all the documented options under the codeSnips > Settings menu, then select the Usage tab.
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Just edit the frontend.css file located under CSS folder. You can remove the border, or even change the way the gutter and everything looks (without changing the built-in editor Themes) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Just edit the frontend.css file located under CSS folder. You can remove the border, or even change the way the gutter and everything looks (without changing the built-in editor Themes)
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The descriptions are disabled by default. To enable them, you must type in a description in the snippet edit page, then check the checkbox for it to display on the single snippet post. To add a description for an embedded post, just add <code>desc="true"</code> to your shortcode. For example, <code>[snippet id=20 desc="true"]</code> would show the snippet ID 20 and it's description if it had one. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The descriptions are disabled by default. To enable them, you must type in a description in the snippet edit page, then check the checkbox for it to display on the single snippet post. To add a description for an embedded post, just add <code>desc="true"</code> to your shortcode. For example, <code>[snippet id=20 desc="true"]</code> would show the snippet ID 20 and it's description if it had one.
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The snippet meta bar is enabled by default. The meta bar contains the filename and the code language. If you want to disable the snippet bar globally, you can do so in the codeSnips Settings page. Likewise, if you want to disable it for just a single snippet embed at a time, you can add <code>meta="false"</code> to your shortcode. For example, <code>[snippet id="15" meta="false"]</code> would show the snippet ID 15 with the description but no meta bar. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The snippet meta bar is enabled by default. The meta bar contains the filename and the code language. If you want to disable the snippet bar globally, you can do so in the codeSnips Settings page. Likewise, if you want to disable it for just a single snippet embed at a time, you can add <code>meta="false"</code> to your shortcode. For example, <code>[snippet id="15" meta="false"]</code> would show the snippet ID 15 with the description but no meta bar.
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You can! Just set the status of the post when you create your snippet. An important item to understand is that if your snippet is password protected or private, then it will not show when you use the shortcode. The snippet will also not be available in the <code>view raw</code> mode. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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You can! Just set the status of the post when you create your snippet. An important item to understand is that if your snippet is password protected or private, then it will not show when you use the shortcode. The snippet will also not be available in the <code>view raw</code> mode.
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It's easy. Once you've created your snippet, you need to know the snippet ID. Easiest way is to go back to the "All Snippets" page in the Admin Dashboard. Then just copy and paste the shortcode that's next to your post. For example, you would copy <code>[snippet id=5]</code> to your post, and that's it! You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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It's easy. Once you've created your snippet, you need to know the snippet ID. Easiest way is to go back to the "All Snippets" page in the Admin Dashboard. Then just copy and paste the shortcode that's next to your post. For example, you would copy <code>[snippet id=5]</code> to your post, and that's it!
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Can I help you translate the plugin? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Can I help you translate the plugin?
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How many options are available using the shortcode? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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How many options are available using the shortcode?
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How do I change the look of the snippet box? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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How do I change the look of the snippet box?
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What if I want to show the snippet description? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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What if I want to show the snippet description?
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What if I want to hide (or show) the snippet meta bar? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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What if I want to hide (or show) the snippet meta bar?
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