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Contact vCard

Description

The plugin is designed to create a contact list and placing them on the site. Supports vcard.vcf file and generate vCard QRCode
The procedure works as follows:
1. Determine and set the field list of contacts
1. Set up a template output contact, as well as the required quality of QR-code
1. Adding contacts to the list
1. Add shorcode to article or post

Shortcodes:
* [All_contacts] – Displays all contacts
* [Single_contact id=ID] – Displays a given contact by ID

Template fields:
As a template, use the following fields:
% Field% – is replaced by the value of field named ‘field’
%! Field% – is replaced by the name of the field named ‘field’
% Qrcode% – replaced by an image – QR-Code
% Vcard-file% – replaced by a reference to vCard.vcf
The templates can also specify other shortcodes

QR Code generation based on PHP QR Code without any modifications

Screenshots

  • Base options (Template, QR-Code)
  • Contacts list
  • Contact add\edit
  • Batch contacts edit
  • Fields list
  • Field add\edit
  • Result of render one contact from screenshot 2 with options from screenshot 1

Installation

  1. Upload the full directory into your /wp-content/plugins/ directory, or install through the admin interface
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Determine and set the field list of contacts
  4. Set up a template output contact, as well as the required quality of QR-code
  5. Adding contacts to the list
  6. Add shorcode to article or post

FAQ

Can I generate QR Card based vCard with this plugin?

Yes, the plugin was designed for this.

What is a QR Code?

Read Wikipedia QR Code article.

What is a vCard?

Read Wikipedia vCard article.

Contributors & Developers

“Contact vCard” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

0.3

  • First public version