Gwolle Guestbook is the WordPress guestbook you've just been looking for. Beautiful and easy.
As an alternative for the shortcode, you can use the function
show_gwolle_gb(); to show the guestbook in your templates.
It couldn't be easier.
With version 1.0 there have been some changes:
The plugin itself is released under the GNU General Public License. A copy of this license can be found at the license homepage or in the gwolle-gb.php file at the top.
There are many hooks available in this plugin. Documentation is included in the zip file in /docs/actions and /docs/filters. Examples are included. If you have a need for a hook, please request this in the support forum.
It is not that hard to add an entry in PHP code.
<?php $entry = new gwolle_gb_entry(); // Set the data in the instance, returns true $set_data = $entry->set_data( $args ); // Save entry, returns the id of the entry $save = $entry->save(); ?>
The Array $args can have the following key/values:
The importer expects a certain format of the CSV-file. If you need to import from a custom solution, your CSV needs to conform. The header needs to look like this:
<?php array( 'id', 'author_name', 'author_email', 'author_origin', 'author_website', 'author_ip', 'author_host', 'content', 'datetime', 'isspam', 'ischecked', 'istrash', 'admin_reply' ) ?>
The next lines are made up of the content.
There are some gotchas:
With version 1.4.1 and older, the field datetime was called date.
You could make a test-entry, export that, and look to see what the importer expects from the CSV. There is also an example CSV file included in the zipfile of the plugin under '/docs/import_example/'.
Requires: 3.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.3
Last Updated: 1 month ago
Active Installs: 30,000+
33 of 39 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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