This plugin creates a large button on the Dashboard that lets any logged in users (with read persmission) to change a large button.
Each state of the button reflects if you currently have free COVID testing kits.
For Administrators (manage_options permissions) there is a page where they can modify two content boxes.
On any page, the content from the selected box will display using the [dwhtk] shortcode.
The button uses AJAX and immediately updates the site content.
The shortcode [dwhtktime] can be used on pages, posts, and even in the content boxes of the plugin itself.
** Time formatting **
Use the following option in the shortcode to change the display format of the time.
[dwhtktime format=1] Updated: 2022-01-19 01:02 pm [dwhtktime format=2] Updated: Wednesday, 19th of January 2022, 01:02 PM [dwhtktime format=3] Updated: 01-19-2022, 01:02 pm
Why did you make this?
Our library gives out free testing kits, but it’s hard to keep the site updated if we run out during times a content editor isn’t available. This plugin gives editors a way to prepare content that is controlled by a simple switch that most users can access.
How do I display the content?
Use the shortcode [dwhtk], and this will be replaced by whichever content box is currently selected.
How do I display the time the content was last updated?
The [dwhtktime] shortcode shows the current time. There are three formats and it can be used inside the content boxes on the settings page.
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Contributors & Developers
“Do We Have Test Kits” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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- Changed screenshots to lowercase extensions
- Added screenshots.
- Fixed the settings page button by adding in the nonce (which was on the widget switch).
- Fixed text domain
- Fixed version mismatch. Added nonce to slider and some error checking so an error will reset the user’s button to the correct status.
- Added shortcode for showing what time the switch was flipped. Includes 3 formats.
- First version