A fully customisable fundraising thermometer with PayPal integration, custom skins and support for multiple vertical and horizontal thermometers.
Made the PayPal integration code a bit more efficient. Fewer lookups to the PayPal API and reduced unnecessary database writes. This should speed up web page loading times when using the PayPal option as your progress value.
PayPal integration: Progress value can optionally be updated by retrieving the balance from a PayPal account. Tidied up administration page and finally it can now cope if the progress value exceeds the target value.
Disabled error logging on thermometer.php to prevent buildup of large error_log file due to direct access from crawlers without correct parameters. Fixes a problem which prevents the Olimometer from displaying on a default PHP installation. Automatically detects for the presence of the PHP GD extension upon which this plugin is dependent and displays a message on the admin page.
The show_olimometer shortcode now operates correctly fixing a bug which prevented the thermometer image from being displayed inline with the contents of a post or page.
Fixed overlapping image bug in the skins.
Fixes a bug which caused progress values (total amount raised) of 9 or less to be displayed as 0.
I noticed that some people were using the Olimometer to track a percentage, so this version allows you to add a suffix (for example a % symbol) at the end of your values. Currencies are now also optional as a consequence.
Fixed default currency, now defaults to GBP - not a critical update at all if you already have it installed as this only affects new installations.
Fixed the overlapping text bug where the progress value would overlap with the target and starting values. Font size is also adjustable now and I've tidied up the thermometer image's border too.
Thermometer now includes an optional transparent background
The initial release
Requires: 3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.3
Last Updated: 4 months ago
Active Installs: 3,000+
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