Post Ender

Post Ender is a simple WordPress plugin that allows you to add text either at the end of
every post or on selected posts using the [post_ender] shortcode.

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Installation

1. Copy the post-ender folder to your wp-content/plugins directory

2. Go to the Plugins page and activate the PostEnder plugin

3. There is no step 3. You’re done!

Using Post Ender

You can access the options page for Post Ender under the Settings menu in your
admin dashboard.

1. Enter the text (which can include HTML code) into the text area on the form.

2. Click the button labeled “Add to all” if you want the text to appear at the
bottom of every post.

3. Click the “Submit” button and you’re done.

Using the [post_ender] Shortcode

You can add the [post_ender] shortcode to any post and have the text show up
only on the selected posts.

Removing the Post Ender plugin

To remove the Post Ender plugin just go to the Plugins page in your dashboard
(or the Network Admin dashboard if you’re running a multi-blog setup) and click
the “Delete” link.

Change Log

1.0 Initial release

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  3. This plugin is perfect for me as I often change the final text at the end of each post and I’d like to have it change retroactively. But I’ve noticed that the post ender scrip works great when you click on each individual post that the ender doesn’t show up on the front page. Is there something I can do to make that happen as well?

    Thanks

    • Glad you like this plugin. I purposely made it so that the added text does not show up on the home page. If you displayed 10 posts on the page the text would be repeated 10 time which didn’t seem right to me. It’s a pretty simple change to make the text appear there. If I have time I’ll try to add an option for that in the near future.

  4. Your plugin looks just like what I was looking for. Question:

    1) Does it have an option to rotate text so that the text added is not all the same?
    2) Can I use spintax to rotate the comments/links added to the bottom of every post?

    • The plugin doesn’t have the capabilities that you mention at the moment. It could be an interesting addition though.

  5. hello! just downloaded and installed the plugin. Hei, it works well! You mention the capability to add html code, but I really couldn’t change the font size yet.
    Is there anything related to any other setup?
    If I could change the font size, I would minimize it and use the plugin to put a quick note at the bottom of all my posts, also useful to increase text ratio for spam filters and for seo work (I send posts out in a newsletter via wysija plugin, and my posts are all made by one picture and few words.
    thank you for any help you may give!
    Alessandro

    • You can change the font size by either using in-line CSS in the text you insert with PostEnder like this:



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      or you could add a CSS class (which would be the preferred way) and add the styles you want to a CSS file:




      The code tags don’t seem to be working in this comment so you’ll have to inspect the examples above using something like Firebug to see how it works.

  6. thank you for so fast reply! I appreciate! So you mean that it can’t work by adding an html into the post?
    my website is already very slow, being on aruba and with a lot of images, so I didn’t want to add a css. Anyway I’ll think abt it.
    Another remark: css works on the browser, what happens to the formatted text displayed into the newsletter? if css does not work into the newsletter (into email software) it becomes useless again: into the newsletter i need to view the added text in a small font.

    • Adding CSS shouldn’t slow down your pages in any noticeable way. If you want to use the same code for emails I would use the in-line CSS. Most email programs these days will handle CSS though they won’t load an external CSS file. The best thing to do is to give it a try and see how it works. I’m guessing it should be fine but you won’t know until you see it.

  7. just for example: your first above message to me was made with an in-line css? I ask you because i can see the difference on wirelesswombat, but there’s no difference once i read your reply either in gmail via web on chrome, Thunderbird and embedded iphone mail.
    If I end up in learn how to make css than i solve nothing I probably need a different approach.

  8. Hi Tony…Thank you very much for this plugin – it is great! Is it possible for you to add more tags? For example: [post_sender1], [post_sender2], [post_sender3], etc. I have about 6 combinations of post footers that I currently have to add manually because my footers are not universal throughout all my posts. To be able to add an unlimited amount or up to 10 of post enders would be fantastic! Please let me know if you can do this. I am willing to pay for this because I cannot find a plugin that suits my needs at this time. Thank you 🙂

    • Thanks! Glad you like it. I had thought about adding the feature to have multiple headers and being able to choose them based on the page/category/other. Maybe even random. 10 is a good number. I’m not sure when I’ll have time to work on this though.

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