Displays a custom thermometer image charting the amount of donations raised.
'Donation Thermometer' uses a simple shortcode to display classic-style thermometers on your WordPress site for your fund-raising activities.
The thermometer images are completely customisable with options available to change the fill and text colours. You can also choose to display the target, amount raised, percentage raised, and the currency symbol of your choice. Colour schemes and default values are controlled from the settings page.
The output thermometers blend seamlessly with your website content on any post or page. Simply use the shortcode [thermometer raised=?? target=??]. Width, height, align, currency, alt (alt text), sep (thousands separator), trailing (currency symbol follows numeric value), and fill colour are optional parameters. E.g. [thermometer raised=290 target=1500 width=150px align=left currency=$ alt=‘Thanks for the donations!’ trailing=false fill=#D318D6]
The 'raised' and 'target' values are linked to independent shortcodes ([therm_r] and [therm_t]), controlled from the plugin's settings page; useful for keeping multiple instances up-to-date around your site. Also useful if you want to keep a running total in your site footer/sidebar.
NEW FEATURE (v1.3.14): Fill colours can now be independently assigned for each thermometer, rather than relying on the default setting. The new shortcode parameter is fill=#??????
Requires: 2.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.1
Last Updated: 4 weeks ago
Active Installs: 2,000+
1 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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