A fully customisable fundraising thermometer with PayPal integration, custom skins and support for multiple vertical and horizontal thermometers.
Yup. Use one of these shortcodes, replacing 1 with the actual ID of your Olimometer.
Simply add the Olimometer as a Widget to your sidebar area, and enter your PayPal account's email address in the relevant field on the widget's configuration panel. You can also customise the language and currency of the donation button.
You may not have the GD libraries installed as part of PHP, you'll need to speak to your web server administrator
Yes! When you call the Olimometer, simply pass in the name of the CSS class you wish to use as a parameter. For example, to use a class called align_right, use the following code:
<?php echo show_olimometer(1,'align_right');?>
in your templates or [olimometer id=1 css_class="align_right"] in a post replacing 1 with the actual id of your Olimometer.
You can contact me via Twitter @OliverShingler, chat on the forum http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/olimometer or you can leave a comment on the plugin's official page http://www.speaktothegeek.co.uk/oliblog/olimometer. I can't make any promises but I will do my best.
See: How do I create my own skin?
To create your own skins, follow these steps. Please note these steps have changed recently:
Skins.xml file contains the skin definitions for all available Olimometer skins. The easiest way to create your own skin is to copy and paste an existing one changing the values as appropriate. You need to create an entire 'skin' object within the XML structure. Each sub-object within the skin object is explained below:
For best results follow these tips:
Requires: 3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.3
Last Updated: 2015-8-9
Active Installs: 3,000+
0 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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