17 responses to “WordPress HiFi Plugin — Head and Foot Injection”

  1. John

    Thanks for the plugin.

  2. John Lufadeju

    This looks useful – I will give it a try.
    Cheers for sharing

  3. Jaymoon

    Any way to inject code only in the home page? Since it’s not really a page, how would I go about doing that…

  4. Tom J Nowell

    Your image src is broken here, a missing ‘/’ before wp-content, otherwise good stuff here ^_^

  5. Netjera

    I’m very new to html and I’m using wordpress to set up my site. (I’ve practically fallen in love with plugins, lol.) I’m trying to set up a nav menu that shows per page, so that my blog looks less like a blog. To that end, I’m trying to use wp_list_pages(‘include=4,37,22′) in conjunction with your plugin to generate specific menus per page. (Homepage has different post menus, products page has product menus, etc.) Using the code above as-is causes it to show like text on the page, so I suspect I need to do something to it to make it work in the header box. Would you mind telling me what, please? Thanks!

  6. Matt

    Hey – i’m getting a Error 403: Forbidden when I try to update with google web optimizer code in the head – any ideas where the problem could be?

    Thanks

    Matt

  7. CC

    Thanks so much – you really helped me put a Facebook og: descriptor into the meta tags so that the page would “share” right!

    Thanks!

  8. Dave

    Dimas, this plugin is pure genious. But is there any way to get the code that it inserts into the head to be above all others? The code I add using HIFI shows up as the last entry in the head.

  9. Chris

    Thank you for your plugin!
    How can I Prevent “HiFi” from loading on Homepage?

    Kind regards,

    Chris

  10. Skip

    Dimas, I have a couple of custom page types on my site as a result of installing a plugin that are not displaying the head and foot box on the editor. Any idea how to add them?

  11. nonyeah@rocketmail.com

    I have been looking for a page-specific head editor for weeks. When I found your HIFI plugin I literally shouted “YES! Finally.” Anyways — When I installed it and tried to use it, it inserted everything right after the tag instead of in between the . This is very saddening. :( Any ideas? It seemed pretty straight forward — insert my javascript into “Head Injection” text box and presto it is in the head. Wrong — not as simple.

    Thank you,
    Luke

  12. Christopher

    How do I change the head tags on the homepage only?

  13. Sam

    How can I use the widges area to create new widgets and address them to the per page code you’ve provided? I am not a code person so I am at a loss.

  14. Japheth

    @Chris: “The code injected is page-specific, this means that only the pages you want code inserted into will be affected.” It should not load on your Homepage unless you specifically specify header or footer code for that page.

    @Skip: Provide the names of the conflicting plugins and I’ll test them out to see if I can figure out the issue.

    @Luke: Do you mean the code is not loading in between your header tags? It is loading the code right before my closing header tag.

    @Christopher: If your front page displays a static page, add the code to that static page. If your front page displays your latest blog posts, I don’t believe the plugin includes the functionality to add code to that page.

    @Dimas: Are you going to continue maintaining the plugin? Thanks!

  15. Ashok Shyam

    Hi,
    First thanks for this worderful plugin.

    We have a small journal website where we publish academic articles. These articles require metadata harversting for indxing in to varios indexes. These requied custom filed to be included as meta tags in headers [example dubllin core metatags or google scholar metatags].

    Before your plugin we had no way of doing this. Your plugin allowed us to insert metatags to our posts in the format that is needed by these indexing bodies.

    Inspect element and check the header of this page http://www.jocr.co.in/wp/2012/10/09/flowerpot-sequestrum-of-the-humerus-neglect-for-10-years/

    All things appeared correct, however we realised few things are still incorrect when we generate the default xml files. It seems that even if we insert metatags via the “HIFI” Plugin it maintains the default tags. Example
    for our article we input different meta tags for different authors in ‘HIFI’ however the default author ‘jocradmin remains’ on the xml site also it seems that other metatags in HIFI are not seen or crawled by the bots.
    Is there a way where the page will ignore all default metatags from wordpress and take only what we give in ‘HIFI”

    Please do help us on this

    sincerely

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