Our Progress allows WordPress to display a thermometer to measure progress such as fundraising.
|Author:||Christopher Ross (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.2.0|
|WordPress version tested:||4.1.0|
|Added to WordPress repository:||25-01-2009|
|Total downloads:||18 174|
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How do I display the results?
If you would like to display the current money raised, include the following code in your WordPress theme:
To display the graphic results, include the following code in your theme:
Can I include it in a Widget?
As of 0.6.8, you will see a new widget (Appearance > Widgets) for the Fundraising Thermometer Plugin for WordPress graphic.
Why can’t I see any graphics?
There are two common reasons graphics are not appearing.
Check that your wp-content/downloads/fundraising-thermometer-plugin-for-wordpress/ folder (and all subfolders) is readable (chmod 755).
Ensure the plugin folder is named fundraising-thermometer-plugin-for-wordpress, not ourprogress as in earlier versions.
In a post, you can add [show_ourprogress_graphic] or [show_ourprogress] to return the graphic file or amount donated. If you want to show the target amount in a post, use [show_ourprogress_target]
My local currency isn’t displaying correctly!
In some cases, local currency needs to be set in the code by adding the line setlocale(LC_MONETARY, ‘en_US’); immediately under the first */ for example:
How do I format the numbers?
The plugin uses standard php money_format(); formating.
Is this plugin stable?
Until I upgrade the version number to 1.x, I still consider this plugin to be under development but it has been tested and works well.
- updated functions to avoid naming conflicts
- implemented code from Pete Haddow for 1% increments
- removed need for external CSS (thanks Pete!)
- general code cleanup
– Altered the file path
– documentation modifications
– fixed method for saving data
– added padding feature to help make CSS better
– fixed padding error
– made the counter more sensitive and added control to allow users to set how large or small each increment appears as.
– added instructions link