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This is a Plugin for integrationing a charity project of the platform betterplace.org to a WordPress site.

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am_bpProjectController

The am_bpProjectController is the main Object for displaying betterplace.org data. To use it in custom template files just create a new instance, add a betterplace.org ID and use the get methods.

Example:

$bp_projectObject = new am_bpProjectController();
$bp_projectObject->addProject(7910);
echo $bp_projectObject->getProjectTitle();

This will display the Title of the project that has the ID 7910.

You are able to display project needs in the same way.

Example:

$bp_projectObject = new am_bpProjectController();
$bp_projectObject->addProject(7910);
echo $bp_projectObject->getNeedTitle();

This will display the title of the first need of the project that have the ID 7910.

In order to display more than one need you can use the nextProject() method to switch needs. It returns false when no more needs are left:

Example:

$bp_projectObject = new am_bpProjectController();
$bp_projectObject->addProject(7910);
echo '<h3>'.$bp_projectObject->getNeedTitle().'</h3>';
do{
echo '<h4>'.$bp_projectObject->getNeedTitle().'</h4>';
}while($bp_projectObject->nextProject());

This will display all titles of needs of the project that have the ID 7910.

In order to display more than one project use the method nextProject() in the same way. First you have to add all projects and after that you are able to switch projects:

Example:

$bp_projectObject = new am_bpProjectController();
$bp_projectObject->addProject(7910);
$bp_projectObject->addProject(932);
$bp_projectObject->addProject(1032);
do{
echo '<h3>'.$bp_projectObject->getProjectTitle().'<h3>';
}while($bp_projectObject->nextProject());

This will display the titles of the Projects that got the ID 768, 932, 1032.

All methods of am_bpProjectController

addProject($id)

Add a betterplace.org project to the stack.

nextProject()

Moves the project pointer to the next project. Returns false if no more projects are on stack.

nextNeed()

Moves the need pointer of the pointed project to the next need. Returns false if no more projects are on stack.

firstProject()

Moves the pointer to the first project on the stack.

getProjectID()

Returns the betterplace.org ID of the project that is pointed.

getProjectTitle()

Returns the title of the pointed project.

getProjectDescription($maxnumber, $option)

Returns the description of the project that is pointed. It acepts two arguments to limitade the description. $option = 0 will limit count of letters that is specified in $maxnumber, $option = 1 limits $maxnumber words.

getProjectAmount($option, $format)

Returns money amounts of the project. If $option = 0 it returns the amount of money that is still needed to fulfil the project. $option = 1 returns the monay that is already donated and $option = 2 is the complete amount that has been requested. The argument $format specified the display of the amount. $format = 1 returns the amount in Euro formated as usual in Europe. If $format = 0 the method returns the complete amount unformated in Cents. $format = 2 returns only the amount of Euros without cent amounts. $format = 3 returns only the amount of Cents like if you would cut the full Euro amounts away.

getProjectProgress()

Returns the progress of the project in per cent.

getProjectLink($option)

Returns links belonging to the project that is pointed. $option = 0 will return the link to the project page. $option = 1 will the link that leds directly to the donation page of the project.

getProjectOpinions($option)

Returns the number of opinions about the project on betterplace.org. If the argument is set to $option = 0 you will get the total number of opinions. If $option is set to 1 you'll get the number of positive opions, if it is set to 2 you'll get the count of negative opinions.

getProjectDonors()

Returns the total number of donors which have already donated the pointed project.

getProjectNeedCount()

Returns the number of needs of the project that is pointed.

getNeedID()

Returns the ID of the need that is pointed.

getNeedDate($option)

If $option = 0 this method will return the date of creation of the need. If $option = 1 it will return the date of the last update of the need.

getNeedTitle()

This method returns the title of the pointed need.

getNeedDescription($maxnumber, $option)

Returns the description of the need that is pointed. It acepts two arguments to limitade the description. $option = 0 will limit count of letters that is specified in $maxnumber, $option = 1 limits $maxnumber words of the need.

getNeedProgress()

Returns the progress of the pointed need in per cent.

getNeedAmount($option, $format)

Returns money amounts of the need. If $option = 0 it returns the amount of money that is still needed to fulfil the need. $option = 1 returns the monay that is already donated and $option = 2 is the complete amount that has been requested. The argument $format specified the display of the amount. $format = 1 returns the amount in Euro formated as usual in Europe. If $format = 0 the method returns the complete amount unformated in Cents. $format = 2 returns only the amount of Euros without cent amounts. $format = 3 returns only the amount of Cents like if you would cut the full Euro amounts away.

iscompletedNeed()

This method returns true, if the need is already completed.

Requires: 3.0.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 2013-9-15
Downloads: 185

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