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    Author Topic: Not working!
    Karen
    Newbie
    Posts: 2
    PostNot working!
    on: February 2, 2011, 18:57

    Hiya

    My finance calculator isn't working, I've tried a couple of things, it works on the your site but not mine any ideas?

    http://test.pilsen.ie/?page_id=1658

    Thanks a mil
    Karen

    Chip
    Administrator
    Posts: 19
    PostRe: Not working!
    on: February 3, 2011, 13:41

    Hello, it seems to me that is working on your site. What seems to be the problem?

    Karen
    Newbie
    Posts: 2
    PostRe: Not working!
    on: February 3, 2011, 13:49

    Hey Chip, sorry yeah it's working now :) thanks a mil. I was wondering is it possible to have 2 finance calculators on the same page? I need to have one with 6.9% rate and another with 4.9% rate?

    Thanks a mil
    Karen

    Chip
    Administrator
    Posts: 19
    PostRe: Not working!
    on: February 3, 2011, 23:29

    That's a good idea. It will probably involve two shortcodes like [finance_calculator 6.9] and [finance_calculator 4.9] or any other desired value.

    Let me check the plugin and I'll release an update. Come back here for news. It will be ready by Monday. Hopefully.

    Chip
    Administrator
    Posts: 19
    PostRe: Not working!
    on: February 4, 2011, 20:11

    There's a new version, 1.3.2, which has an override function. You can use [finance_calculator rate="11"] for example, and this parameter overrides the default finance rate set in the WordPress options page.

    There is no possibility, however, of adding 2 calculators on the same page as that would require a complete rewrite of the plugin, and the main purpose is lightness of code and page overhead. I'll keep it like this for the future.

    I can only suggest creating more pages for multiple calculators.

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