# 6.3.4.2. Quick Fixes Section¶

## 6.3.4.2.2. Convert iframe elements to short code¶

WordPress does not allow iframe elements for security reasons. If you want to show iframes in the post template, you can check this. When you check this, the iframe elements in the short code data will be converted to [wpcc-iframe] short code that shows iframes in the front end.

Important

Use this with caution since unknown iframes can cause security vulnerabilities. The short code will output the HTML element only for the domains defined in Allowed domains for iframe short code setting.

## 6.3.4.2.3. Convert script elements to short code¶

WordPress does not allow script elements for security reasons. If you want to show scripts in the post template, you can check this. When you check this, script elements in the short code data will be converted to [wpcc-script] short code that shows scripts in the front end.

Important

Use this with caution since unknown scripts can cause security vulnerabilities. The short code will output the HTML element only for the domains defined in Allowed domains for script short code setting.

## 6.3.4.2.4. Remove empty HTML elements and comments¶

Check this if HTML elements that do not have any content and comments in the HTML code should all be removed from all parts of the post. This does not remove the elements that should not have any content by default, such as img elements.

For example, if this is checked, the following code

<!-- This is a comment -->
<div><p></p></div><p>This is an example.<br><img src="http://dummy.url"><a href="#"></a>


will be turned into the following:

<p>This is an example.<br><img src="http://dummy.url"></p>


## 6.3.4.2.5. Remove scripts¶

Check this if you want to remove scripts from all parts of the post. This removes script elements as well as HTML attributes that can store JavaScript code, such as onclick.

For example, if this is checked, the following code

<script type="text/javascript">var x = 3;</script>
<p onclick="showPopup()">This is an <a href="#" onmouseover="redirect()">example</a>.</p>


will be turned into the following:

<p>This is an <a href="#">example</a>.</p>