We're pleased to announce the release of yet another new WordPress plugin: Pym Shortcode.
If you often find yourself embedding iframes in your WordPress posts, you've probably encountered the hassle involved in making an iframe responsive to the width of its containing element.
But WordPress' default configuration strips
<script> tags from posts, meaning that you can't normally use Pym in WordPress sites.
Enter the pym shortcode. This simple plugin is designed to allow users to place Pym embeds without having to use
Here's an example of how the shortcode would be used:
In the goal of making it as useful as possible, we've given the shortcode a couple of other attributes,
pymoptions, which are explained in the plugin's docs on GitHub.
If you feel so inclined, you can contribute to the plugin by forking the code on GitHub.
May this help all your interactives to be responsive!