Lets you embed graphs, tables, spreadsheets, forms and quotation engines from the Vixo online spreadsheet.
|Author:||Gordon Guthrie (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.0.1|
|WordPress version tested:||3.4.2|
|Added to WordPress repository:||10-12-2012|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||5 560|
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Insert spreadsheets into WordPress
You can now easily insert accounts and basic spreadsheets directly into your WordPress site - when the user changes them they automatically update without need to be republished in any way.
Charts and graphs in WordPress
Simply drop graphs and charts into your WordPress blog. When the underlying data is edited the graph or chart automatically updates.
Creating and inserting tables in WordPress
Tabular data is very common. You can now easily create and insert tables of data which the end user can sort or filter on your site.
Embeddable forms for WordPress
The Vixo spreadsheet lets you create simple forms that store information in an online spreadsheet and email you when someone submits data - making your life easier.
Calculators and quotation engines for WordPress
Specialist quotation engines and calculators are a cinch with Vixo - they can be built easily in a spreadsheet and then published into your blog.
Do I need to sign up with Vixo for a spreadsheet?
Is the Vixo spreadsheet free?
There is a free account for up to 500 cells – higher usage requires a paid account.
Can I try Vixo without signup for an account?
Yes, install the plugin and then use some of the example URL’s in our tutorials, for instance this one
Can I use this plugin with Google spreadsheets? or Excel?
Where can I find out about the Vixo Spreadsheet?
The documentation is very comprehensive.
How does Vixo compare to spreadsheets I already know?
It is designed to be fairly compatible with Excel, Libre Office and Google Spreadsheets – there are over 150 Excel-compatible functions.
A detailed comparison can be found here
Fixes in documentation and plugin embedding.
Two major bug fixes:
* use of unsafe jQuery expressions in previous version means that sites using native WordPress jQuery would fail to load spreadsheet elements
* failure to load native WordPress jQuery means themes that don’t use jQuery would fail to load spreadsheet elements
Had 3 lines after ‘?>’ leading to a ‘The plugin generated 3 characters of unexected output during activation’ error.
Turned off debugging by default