Displays a custom thermometer image charting the amount of donations raised.
It is likely the GD library (required to create images) is not installed on your server - check by creating a phpinfo file and contact your hosting support.
WordPress only enables shortcodes in posts and pages by default. Go to the theme editor and load the functions.php file, then add the following line to the bottom: add_filter('widget_text', 'do_shortcode');
Values for these shortcodes are set on the Thermometer settings page. If you want your thermometers to display the same values, remove the 'raised' and 'target' parameters from the [thermometer] shortcode, e.g. [thermometer width=300 align=right]. Values given in the shortcode will overrule those on the settings page.
Yes - just use the percentage symbol in the shortcode. For example, width=30%. As before, values can be set for Width OR height only. The default size is width=200px.
This option will change the title and alt text attributes of the thermometer image. To toggle off, type alt=off. To enter custom text, type alt='your custom text' (include apostrophes). If the option is left out the default text 'Raised xxxx towards the xxxx target.' will appear.
Yes! Select the empty option on the settings page dropdown menu, or enter currency=null in the thermometer shortcode, e.g. [thermometer currency=null].
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Requires: 2.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.6
Last Updated: 2014-7-21
Active Installs: 2,000+
1 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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