Meet CodeWP: The AI-Powered WordPress Code Generator

CodeWP is an AI-powered WordPress code generator that can quickly and accurately generate code for WordPress plugins, custom post types, taxonomies, and ACF, among other things, saving you time & money.
Written by Justin on December 20, 2022 in ,
Updated: January 24, 2023 | Reading Time: 7 minutes

Ever spent hours browsing through StackOverflow posts older than yourself trying to find the right bit of code to use on your WordPress website? With CodeWP, you can say goodbye to complex searches and sifting through code that will only get you 90% of the way there. This revolutionary WordPress tool will help WordPress creators ranging from amateur developers to experienced professionals generate quick snippets of code within seconds. Simply generate your code & add it with a snippet plugin and you've saved yourself dozens of hours on your current project.

What is CodeWP?

CodeWP is an AI-powered WordPress code generator. The generator is built and trained specifically for WordPress Creators. It covers PHP, JS, WooCommerce, Oxygen, Breakdance, and Regex conditions. CodeWP is available in English, Chinese, Spanish, Hindi, Arabic, French, Italian, Korean, Russian, Portuguese, and Japanese. With advanced AI and ML capabilities, CodeWP will undoubtably change the future of WordPress php and snippet development.

What Can CodeWP do?

If you're a WordPress user and need to generate code quickly, easily and accurately, CodeWP is the solution. It can create complex logic very quickly, saving you time and money to develop snippets for your WordPress website. With CodeWP, you can get code for all your WordPress plugin requirements, such as for custom post types, taxonomies, and ACF. Ultimately, it will help you save time on tedious Stack Overflow searches or expensive developer contracts.

What's great about CodeWP is with every feedback response it gets from users (thumbs up and thumbs down) the AI learns and improves its algorithm. This means you get more accurate code each time you use the generator; prompting and installing your code without any fuss. Additionally, if your prompt request is similar to an existing one, CodeWP will return the similar copy instantly – saving generational time.

In the coming weeks, multiple user & public snippet sharing support will be added, enabling agencies to work with their teams better.

How Does it Work?

Once you have an account, navigate to the app screen and type in a prompt as you were asking a developer to make it for you. Keep it casual but also be explicit, as you're telling a machine what you need created for you.

CodeWP input screen showing WordPress PHP generation mode

On generation, you'll see a code editor with your new function with options to share, export, or edit the snippet. Ensure you properly upvote or downvote snippets depending on if they work out of the box for you. This will help the AI optimize & improve future snippet generation.

Example snippet generation page with share/export options and Upvote/downvote control on CodeWP.

The application includes support to save correct snippets & share them with a public link. You can also track usage, view tutorials, or request support on the main application screen. Verified snippets are available to the public for free. You could also check out their blog which mostly contains updates and fixes. Developed by Isotropic, CodeWP has a quick growing and active Facebook community discussing recent features and prompt engineering questions.

Your Snippets page on CodeWP application page

Working Examples

Prompt #1 (PHP) - Get all posts published by users with the name of justin

It returns exactly what expected! The code defines a function cwpai_get_posts_by_author_name that takes an author_name as an argument. It then queries the WordPress database to find the ID of the user with the given author_name and stores it in the author_id variable.

Next, the function queries the WordPress database again to get all posts that have the author_id as their post_author and are in the 'publish' status. It stores the resulting posts in the $posts variable and returns it.

Finally, the code iterates through the $posts array and prints the post_title of each post.

function cwpai_get_posts_by_author_name($author_name) {
    global $wpdb;
    $author_id = $wpdb->get_var("SELECT ID FROM $wpdb->users WHERE user_nicename = '$author_name'");
    $posts = $wpdb->get_results("SELECT * FROM $wpdb->posts WHERE post_author = $author_id AND post_status = 'publish'");
    return $posts;
$posts = cwpai_get_posts_by_author_name('justin');
foreach ($posts as $post) {
    echo $post->post_title;

Prompt #2 (PHP) - Add a custom note to the WooCommerce checkout page displaying on the weekends saying "We are closed on the weekend. Orders will be fulfilled the next business day"

The function checks the current day of the week using the date('N') function. If the day is a weekend day (Saturday or Sunday), represented by 6 or 7, the function displays the message 'We are closed on the weekend. Orders will be fulfilled the next business day.'

Finally, the code uses the add_action function to hook the cwpai_custom_checkout_note function to the woocommerce_before_checkout_form action. This means that the function will be executed whenever the woocommerce_before_checkout_form action is triggered, which in this case is when the checkout form is displayed to the user.

function cwpai_custom_checkout_note() {
    if (date('N') >= 6) {
        echo '<p>We are closed on the weekend. Orders will be fulfilled the next business day.</p>';
add_action('woocommerce_before_checkout_form', 'cwpai_custom_checkout_note');

Prompt #3 (PHP) - Replace the WordPress logo on the login screen to an image at The url of ""

The function uses the echo function to output a block of CSS code that changes the background-image of the h1 a element (which corresponds to the login logo). The new background-image is set to the URL of the specified image. This code will cause the login page to display the new logo specified in the background-image property whenever the login page is loaded.

function cwpai_custom_login_logo() {
    echo '<style type="text/css">
        h1 a { background-image: url( !important; }
add_action('login_head', 'cwpai_custom_login_logo');

Prompt #4 (WooCommerce) - Get all users that have made over 10 orders or have spent over $1000

This code retrieves a list of WordPress users that have either placed more than 10 orders or spent more than $1000. It does this by creating an array of meta query arguments and passing it to the get_users function.

The meta_query argument specifies that the _order_count or _money_spent user meta fields should be compared to the specified values using the > operator. The resulting list of users is stored in the $customers variable, and the code then iterates through the $customers array, printing the ID of each user.

$args = array(
    'meta_query' => array(
        'relation' => 'OR',
            'key' => '_order_count',
            'value' => 10,
            'compare' => '>'
            'key' => '_money_spent',
            'value' => 1000,
            'compare' => '>'
$customers = get_users( $args );
foreach ( $customers as $customer ) {
    echo $customer->ID . '<br />';

Prompt #5 (Breakdance) - Only show element if user is author of post

This code registers a new condition with the Breakdance plugin's Conditions API. The condition checks whether the current user is the author of a specified post. The condition can be used to control the display of elements in the Breakdance plugin.

The code defines a callback function that compares the post author of the specified post to the current user's ID. If the operand is "equals" and the two values match, the callback returns true. Otherwise, it returns false.

add_action("breakdance_register_template_types_and_conditions", function () {
        "supports" => ["element_display"],
        "slug" => "is-author-of-post", // MUST BE UNIQUE
        "label" => "Is author of post",
        "category" => "WordPress",
        "operands" => ["equals"],

        "values" => function () {
            return [
                    "label" => "Post",
                    "items" => array_map(function ($post) {
                        return [
                            "text" => $post->post_title,
                            "value" => $post->ID,
                    }, get_posts([
                        "numberposts" => -1,
                        "post_type" => "post",

        "allowMultiselect" => false,

        "callback" => function (string $operand, $value) {
            $myVal = get_post_field("post_author", $value);

            if ($operand === "equals") {
                return $myVal === get_current_user_id();

            return false;

How Much Does CodeWP Cost?

CodeWP is currently in alpha and early adopters can begin using the tool at $8/month. This plan includes all generation modes, support, and tutorial requests. Currently there are no yearly or additional pricing plans. It is currently unclear if the monthly plan will include unlimited credit generations or if there will be a cap based on usage. Most of these pricing and usage concerns should be clear within the next few weeks as the product nears closer to a beta release.

Browser Integration Support

Currently, CodeWP offers a Firefox Extension to keep your development on a single screen. There is planned support for a Chrome Extension in the upcoming weeks.

CodeWP integration on WordPress backend using Firefox extension


So, is this the end of WordPress developers? Well... not yet. CodeWP is a great tool to help WordPress creators create code quickly, accurately and cost-effectively (but is not perfect!). Although slightly buggy & slow at times, this is a great tool worth checking out for anyone looking to save time on WordPress code snippets. I'm very excited to see what this AI-powered WordPress tool can do for the future of WordPress users around the world. Check out CodeWP today to revolutionize your WordPress development experience! Happy coding!

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Written by Justin
Justin is the founder of Gold Penguin, a web design and marketing agency that helps businesses increase their revenue using the internet. He writes about the latest software and tools that can help companies 10x their daily workflow & revenue


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