In many cases, it’s very useful to add custom HTML to the bottom of all of your posts.
One example is how you can include a call to action within all of your posts so that you can engage with your readers. Maybe you want a subscribe button to appear at the bottom of your posts to build your newsletter list. You might even want to showcase a new eBook you created and want your audience to check out.
Knowing how to add custom code to every page can save you a lot of time from not having to manually add something into all of your posts.
Adding Custom HTML to Bottom of Every Post
For this tutorial, we’re going to use a plugin called Bottom of Every Post. It simply lets you add anything you want to the end of every post. I’m currently using this on my website as well. If you look at my posts, you’ll see a big subscribe box at the end of each article. You can even scroll down to check it out.
This is just an example of what you can do with this plugin.
Let’s get started.
Step 1. Installing the plugin
First, you’re going to have to download the plugin from the link below:
Plugin | Bottom of Every Post
In your WordPress admin panel, go to Plugins > Add New > Upload Plugin > Choose File (select the file you downloaded) > Upload Now
Once the plugin is installed, you can activate it and proceed to step 2
Note: You can’t install it directly within WordPress because this plugin is outdated and no longer exists within WordPress. That’s why you need to download it first.
Step 2. Adding Your Custom HTML
Go to Plugins > Editor and choose Bottom of Every Post from the drop down menu where it says “select plugin to edit.”
Click select next to the drop-down menu
Click on bottom-of-every-post/bottom_of_every_post.txt from underneath Plugin Files
You can delete all contents from and add whatever you want to it. Once you update the file, all of your posts will contain your custom HTML at the bottom!