The Caspio Deployment Control plugin disables wptexturize and convert_chars filters on the_content for Caspio Bridge PHP SEO deployment support.
This plugin prevents WordPress from modifying the Caspio Bridge SEO deployment code. In order to deploy Caspio Bridge SEO DataPage in WordPress, you must have:
*Caspio Bridge account with activated SEO deployment and properly configured DataPage *Installed and activated a PHP execution plugin for WordPress such as Exec-PHP (https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/exec-php/).
*Installed and activated the Caspio Deployment Control plugin for WordPress.
*Caspio PHP SEO deploy code for your DataPage placed in your WordPress post or page.
For compatibility with SEO deployment code, the Caspio Deployment Control disables the following WordPress content filters on the_content:
See details about these filters at https://codex.wordpress.org/How_WordPress_Processes_Post_Content
For information about Caspio Bridge see the Caspio official site at http://www.caspio.com
If you have previously installed a WordPress plugin, you will find this installation fairly straightforward:
- Download the Caspio Deployment Control plugin archive and extract the files
- Copy the resulting caspio-deployment-control directory into /wp-content/plugins/
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu of WordPress
What functionality will be disabled after activation the Caspio Deployment Control plugin?
Two WordPress post content filters wptexturize and convert_chars will be disabled. For details about WordPress post content filters and their functionality see https://codex.wordpress.org/How_WordPress_Processes_Post_Content.
Where do I get support and other information about Caspio Bridge?
For support and other information about Caspio Bridge, see the Caspio official site at http://www.caspio.com, Caspio Bridge overview at http://www.caspio.com/bridge/ and Caspio support page at http://www.caspio.com/support/.
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