Easily insert progress meters into your content and/or sidebars.
ProgPress provides a simple shortcode for creating progress meters on your WordPress site. They can be used to track just about anything where you count up towards a goal: word-count, fundraising, etc. You can put them in individual posts and pages, or include them in text widgets.
To insert a meter simply use the
[progpress title="My Project" goal="100000" current="1234"]
[progpress] shortcode has the following options:
title: A string containing The title for your meter.
goal: A number. The one you are working towards.
current: A number showing how far along you are.
previous: You can put your previous value of
currenthere if you want to highlight your most recent progress update. It's not visible using the default styling (but it doesn't hurt anything).
label: What it is that you're counting, like
separator: A character or string to display between
goal. Defaults to
class: An extra CSS class to apply to the meter container. Useful if you track different projects with different styles.
prefix: A character or string to display before each number (like '$'). Off by default.
ProgPress was designed to be customizable via CSS. I've provided some examples in the Screenshots section.
Requires: 2.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.6.2
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Active Installs: 90+
1 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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