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Key Figures

Description

Main features

This plugin is used to generate blocks of key figures in your content.

Fully customizable, it allows many settings:

  • dimensions of each element
  • text sizes and alignment
  • positioning
  • animations (like counter or fade in)
  • background and text colors
  • borders
  • margins and paddings

And on the plugin settings page, you can preview the front-end rendering 🙂

It does not use any shortcode, so you do not need any technical skills to use it and it doesn’t broke your website if you decide to remove the plugin later.

The plugin simply add a new button to your visual editor to create key figure boxes in your content.

Credits

Add your own language pack on GlotPress or do pull requests on Github. Contributors will be credited here 🙂

Screenshots

  • Example of key figure in action.
  • Plugin settings (first part).
  • Plugin settings (second part).
  • Plugin settings (third and last part: front-end preview).
  • Plugin rendering in visual editor.
  • And a last example… be creative and do your own now! 🙂

Installation

  1. Install the plugin and activate.
  2. Go to Settings $gt; Key Figures to manage plugin settings.
  3. Insert key figure boxes in your content using the key figure button (see screenshots).

FAQ

No question for the moment.

Installation Instructions
  1. Install the plugin and activate.
  2. Go to Settings $gt; Key Figures to manage plugin settings.
  3. Insert key figure boxes in your content using the key figure button (see screenshots).

Contributors & Developers

“Key Figures” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

“Key Figures” has been translated into 1 locale. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.

Translate “Key Figures” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

1.1

  • Add PHP version requirement
  • Add WP 4.9 support

1.0

  • Plugin initial commit. Works fine 🙂