The WPCode plugin includes 5 types of snippets:
Each of these types of snippets allow you to achieve specific objectives and below we’ll go into detail to make it easy for you to choose the right one for your needs.
The HTML Snippets are most useful when you want to quickly add a script to your site by simply copy-pasting the code from a provider. Some example scripts you could use are: Tracking scripts (Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel, etc), Adding ads to your site or any other script where you need a quick way to add some HTML code to your site.
The HTML snippet can also be used to create more advanced layouts for things like a banner or an ad but you might be better off using the text snippet for those.
Text snippets use a different editor from the others – if you’ve been using WordPress for a while you are probably familiar with the editor. These type of snippets are not code-focused (although you can switch to the code tab anytime to edit the HTML directly). You can easily insert images or other media files and even use shortcodes from other plugins to extend their functionality really easily.
<script> tags as it will be automatically wrapped when executed.
PHP Snippets are very powerful and with them you can execute almost any type of PHP code to add new features or disable functionality using WordPress hooks and more.
You will notice that most of the snippets you can generate using WPCode’s in-plugin generator are PHP snippets as they add specific functionality to your site.
Universal Snippets are similar to PHP snippets in the sense that PHP code will get executed but they allow you to add code similar to how you would add it to a .php file combining HTML and PHP.
This is a very powerful snippet type as you can use it to create template-like layouts or shortcodes to add elements that also include PHP code.