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Make is_page_template() accept an array of values.

  1. gvilabs
    Member

    SMS-enable WordPress. Makes a function available to allow sending of sms/text messages from within the code. Requires registration and payment.

    This plugin makes a function available to allow WordPress developers to send an sms/text message to whichever phone number they want.

    Usage of this plugin requires signing up and registering for a paid-for account with Grapevine Interactive.

    This is a service plugin only, it does not do anything by itself, it just makes the smsing/texting functionality available for developers to call at appropriate times.

    1. Sign up for a test account with Grapevine Interactive at http://www.grapevinedirect.co.za
    2. Upload za.co.vine.wordpress.sms.php to your /wp-content/plugins folder
    3. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    4. Enter the account details you would have received after signing up, on the Settings->Grapevine SMS page
      • Affiliate Code
      • Authentication Code
      • Post URL

    What does this plugin actually do?

    It makes a function called za_co_vine_sms_sendSms available to the whole of WordPress, to allow plugin and theme developers to use to send sms/text messages to whichever phone number they want.

    What is the cost?

    Usage of this plugin requires the user to sign up for an account with Grapevine Interactive, on either a pre- or post-paid system. Costs can be discussed with your sales person.

    Screenshot example of using this plugin to notify a number that a page was viewed: Usage example

    0.2

    • Tested with WordPress 3.1
    • Wrapped message content in XML with CDATA to prevent XML errors

    0.1

    • Initial release
    • Adds SMSApplink support to WordPress

    Usage in code

    As an example, use the following code wherever you want an sms/text message to be sent:

    <?php if (function_exists("za_co_vine_sms_sendSms")) {
            za_co_vine_sms_sendSms("0821234567","message content here");
    } ?>

    Try to use this code close to the end of the WordPress Loop execution, as the function will block while doing the HTTP post.

    Posted: 5 years ago #

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