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  • Resolved prodesign70

    (@prodesign70)


    Dear Chris
    Please answer my next question.

    On my website, I have applied your plugin. However, I have to do everything manually. I just can’t set the progress to run automatically.

    Basically, your plugin should understand that a sale has been done on the website, and raise the percentage for the number that I put. Let it be 1%.

    The plugin, which is installed as currency, is called Mycred. Mycred has the option of viewing the currency as $, but even when I set it, the progress bar does not understand it. It is possible that I didn’t set up everything correctly because I’m not a great expert on all this. It is possible that the reason for it is the fact that the $ sign, however, only represents a symbol, and it’s not a real symbol that, for example, PayPal has. If we skip the $ symbol, I’d like to ask you the following question.

    Mycred plugin has a shortcode [mycred_content_sale_count] that, on the web page, lists the number of members who have purchased the product. That number is 15, for example, at this moment, and I want 100 of them to buy the product. Can the shortcode provided by Mycred be inserted into your shortcode, so that number represents the percentage?

    Please help me. If you have any other advice, please write to me. If you have a solution, please write it to me.

    Thanks

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/progress-bar/

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  • Plugin Author Chris Reynolds

    (@jazzs3quence)

    You can do what you are trying to do but you would need to do it in the code.

    Assuming $progress is the value of the percentage of the bar, you would do something like this:

    <?php echo do_shortcode( '[wppb progress=' . $progress . ' percent=inside]' ); ?>

    Any logic that you need to add to get you there is up to you. The progress bar plugin is not “smart” and it should not understand anything that is happening outside of what you tell it explicitly. The plugin is intentionally “dumb” and designed to do one simple task — display a progress bar with the given values and options. That’s it. Any automation you want to use it for is up to you.

    prodesign70

    (@prodesign70)

    Dear Chris
    Thank you very much for your reply but I have no idea how to do it. 🙁

    Plugin Author Chris Reynolds

    (@jazzs3quence)

    The short answer is that this plugin isn’t able to do anything like that out of the box. And shortcodes, in general, aren’t able to be embedded inside other shortcodes without custom programming anyway. You would most likely need to hire a developer if it is something that you do not feel comfortable doing yourself.

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