Include Me syntax
In any post or page you can use Include Me with the shortcode:
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where the “file” attribute contains the filename to be included. Any textual file can be included and if it is a PHP file (with “.php” extension) it will be executed and its output included.
The filename can be relative (not starting with “/”) so it will be searched starting from the blog root folder (for technicians, ABSPATH will be added at the beginning). If the filename is absolute (starting with “/”) it will be used as is (so you can include files even external of the site root folder).
Generating an iframe
A second syntax is available and generate an iframe instead to include the file. The iframe syntax is:
where “url” is a common web address. Any other attribute added to the short tag will be used as an iframe attribute. For example if you write:[[ncludeme src=”http://www.example.com” frameborder=”0″ width=”500″ height=”400″]]
the result will be