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I was an early adopter of Swiss Knife Pro and Scripts Organizer and have had the privilege of watching both plugins mature into incredibly helpful tools. Both offer a unique set of features dedicated to saving WordPress creators time and augment the development experience. Aside from the features, the development and support are both best in class. The dPlugins team consistently pushes major and minor updates with helpful features, cosmetic improvements, and more. They have an active community of users and happily integrate popular requests that help users of their plugins. Support queries are answered quickly, professionally, and most importantly… actually help you solve your problem. As a WordPress Agency that uses Oxygen Builder for almost all of our projects, Swiss Knife Pro and Scripts Organizer have saved my team at Isotropic hundreds of hours in manual work, from debugging, to font management, to scheduling mission-critical scripts, and more!

This is a very powerful plugin. Not only is it feature-rich and offers all the functionality I need, but it literally works every day for me that I use it. Developers are always listening to user suggestions, and by making changes regularly as they're suggested, they make sure my experience stays strong. I am very pleased and lucky to have this plugin for my workflow. 

Since many users are confused what are the difference and what suits better to their workflow I collected that data to create comparison page.

Features listScripts Organizer
scripts organizer
Advanced Scripts
advanced scripts 420x237
Lifetime price for unlimited websites$45$39.99
Code EditorMonaco CodeAce
Admin MenuTopTool > Advanced Scripts
UIWordPress NativeCustom UI
( Brand Colors and Logo are Marko Krstić,
UI polished in the latest version by Abdelouahed Errouaguy)
Description for organising scripts
Description visibility from the listpartial
(You need to hover one by one)
Filter by Published/Created Date
Search for filtering
Scripts list inside Edit page
Tags for organising scripts
Code LanguagesHTML, PHP, CSS, JS, SCSSHTML, PHP, CSS, JS, SCSS, LESS
Safe Mode for PHP
Create shortcode
Style & Scripts for shortcode in Header & Footer
Register Scripts & Styles (Local)
Register Scripts & Styles (CDN)
Multiple location at once per script (header, footer, php)
Edit code for multiple locations at once (header, footer, php)
Hooks
Priority
Select page conditionsBasic
(is_page only)
Advanced
(is_page, !is_page, ...)
Condition for time code execution
Condition for date code execution
Server Time
Export importWordPress Native
(same as post or page)
Build in
Code Snippets Import
Code Snippets Code
Shortcuts
Dark / Light ThemeOnly Dark
Custom font size for Editor
LicenseEasy Digital DownloadsFreemius
Customers data PrivateFreemius
Documentation
Resource Access within Admin Area
Code Snippet Library
Filter by Created Data
Colors from Oxygen
Download older plugin versions
ChangelogIn the plugin and on the website.In the plugin.
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Scripts Organizer: Light Theme
dark theme
Scripts Organizer: Dark Theme
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Advanced Scripts

If I missed something, or something is wrong, please contact us with our support contact form and I will update it.

At the moment we have option to select pages on which you want to apply scripts.

Thats why I made a small code snippet to help you create this option as well.

Write Page, Post ID or Slug on witch pages you don't want that script is applied and it will be applied on all the rest.

In this example bellow I don't want red background on Page ID 5 ( homepage ) and "Page 3" as well.

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This settings will narrow where code will be executed.

All

By the default "All" is selected and this means that all pages will be effected by written code.

all

Page, Post

This option will unlock the section below to choose which single Page, Post, or even Custom post type you want to select to apply written code to it. Multiple selections are also allowed. There is no limit to how many single posts or pages you will apply code to.

page

Post Type

This option will unlock the section below to choose with the post types group you want to apply the code to. For example, you can apply code to all Pages or Posts at once. If you have registered custom post types in this example "Portfolio" you can apply code to all Portfolio posts at once. Multiple selections are also allowed (posts, portfolios).

post type

Taxonomy

This option is a little different from the one above. This option will unlock the section below to choose with the taxonomies archive and not the group you want to apply the code to. Taxonomies are Categories, Tags, or custom registered ones (Portfolio Categories). Multiple selections are also allowed.

To explain it better if you select Categories code will be applied to the "Archive: Categories" page and not to posts that have categories.

taxonomy

In 2013 WordPress introduces Heartbeat API – a feature that allows your browser to automatically communicate with the server. However, there are a couple of drawbacks to this feature.

If you use a shared hosting plan, you need to take a closer look at the CPU usage of your server. That’s because some hosting companies might suspend your account when you go over the limit.

Here, we’ll talk why WordPress Heartbeat API is it the usual suspect that causes the issue.

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Everywhere (Unconditional)

everywhere

This option is a replacement for the famous plugin CodeSnippet or Theme or Custom Plugins functions.php.

With this script location setting you can:

  • Use WordPress hooks. For example, with the excerpt_length filter, you can change your post excerpt length (from the default of 55 words).
  • Enable WordPress features with add_theme_support(). For example, turn on post thumbnails, post formats, and navigation menus.
  • Define functions you wish to reuse in multiple theme template files.

Note: This should be used only with SCRIPT LOCATION > PHP.
Header, Footer, and Shortcodes do not apply to this.

Admin Only

admin

This condition is taking effect only for scenarios when "admin" is logged in. Below are some WordPress references to give you some examples of when and how to use them:

Note: This should be used only with SCRIPT LOCATION > PHP.
Header, Footer, and Shortcodes do not apply to this.

Conditions

condition

With conditional PHP, by default will work the same as everywhere you can can narrow it by conditions. Example: To be triggered by a specific page, post, date or time.

Selection Conditions will unlock the option for targeting a specific page, post, date, or time and it will also give you the option to create shortcodes or write scripts and styles in the header and footer.

Overview

Scripts Organizer organizes each "Script" the same as any other post. Each Script can be sent to the page header, footer, be written as a PHP function or hook and lastly, as a reusable shortcode.

Header / footer scripts and styles can be published across the entire website or be narrowed down with conditions and the time or date settings.

Add New

Scripts are created as any other WordPress Page or Post. Just go to Scripts Organizer main page. There you will see the "Add New" button.

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Add new from Admin List
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Add new from Scripts Page

Publish

Once you have finished writing your script simply hit the "Publish" button. Every time you changed the script Publish button will be changed to Update.

publish

Delete

If for some reason don't need script anymore, locate the "Move to Trash" text button next to Publish/Update button.

Page's will not be permanently deleted. It will be sent to the trash section.

You can also delete scripts from the "Scripts" page, listed in the same way as any other post from a Posts list.

trash
Delete from Scripts Page
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Delete from Admin List
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