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Read CSV File
Type: js
Categories: Form Tools
Plugins related: Generic

"Read CSV File" inserts a javascript block with the readcsv routine for reading an online CSV file and generate a javascript array to be used in the form:

readcsv(args);

  • args:

    javascript object with the following properties:

    • url: url to the online CSV file.
    • headline: boolean (true or false), indicates if the first row in the CSV file is a headline row or not (false by default)
    • delimiter: symbol to delimit the row's columns (the comma symbol "," by default)
    • quotation: symbol for closing the textual columns (the double-quote symbol (") by default)
    • filter: plain object for filtering the CSV rows. For example, assuming that the file includes the columns names: column_a, column_b, and column_c, and you want get the rows whose column_a has the value 3, and column_b the value "qwerty", the filter object would be: {'column_a':3,'column_b':'qwerty'}
    • callback: javascript function that would be called after read the CSV file. The callback receives as parameter an javascrip array with the CSV rows.

      Every row would be a columns array, or an object (if the headline property was passed as true).

      Callbacks distributed with the block:

      populate_dropdown(selector, args): Populates a dropdown field with the CSV data. First parameter (selector), a valid jQuery selector to identify the dropdown field. Second parameter (args), plain object with two properties, "value": the column's name to use as values of the field's options, "text": the column's name to use for the texts of the field's options.

      Example:

      readcsv({'url':'http://www.websitedomain.com/file.csv', 'callback':populate_dropdown('[name="field_name"]', {'value':'column_a', 'text':'column_b'})});

      populate_input(selector, args): Populates an input (or textarea) field with the CSV data. First parameter (selector), a valid jQuery selector to identify the dropdown field. Second parameter (args), is a plain object with the property, "value": the column's name for the field's value.

      Example:

      readcsv({'url':'http://www.websitedomain.com/file.csv', 'callback':populate_input('[name="field_name"]', {'value':'column_a'})});

      Implementing your own callbacks:

      readcsv({'url':'http://www.websitedomain.com/file.csv', 'filter':{'column_a':3,'column_b':'qwerty'}, 'callback':function(csv_data){/* Your code Here*/}});

Bar Chart
Type: js
Categories: Charts
Plugins related: Generic

"Bar Chart" inserts a javascript block with the setBarChartBlock routine to generate bar chart into a canvas tag with the values passed as parameters:

setBarChartBlock(canvasId, values);

Bar Chart
  • canvasId: the routine requires you insert a <canvas id="canvasId"></canvas> tag in your webpage where display the chart. The id of the canvas tag should be passed as the first parameter of the routine.
  • values: array of values to display in the chart. For example: [10,5,100].

    To display a label associated to the values, the elements in the array must be objects with the structure: {label: <text here>, value: <number here>}
    For example: [{label: 'First item', value: 10},{label: 'Second item', value: 5},{label: 'Third item', value: 100}]

    To specify the colors of bars, define the colors code as part of the object (if no colors are defined, the plugin will use the default colors).
    For example: [{label: 'First item', value: 10, color: '#FF0000'},{label: 'Second item', value: 5, color: '#00FF00'},{label: 'Third item', value: 100, color: '#0000FF'}]

Example:

setBarChartBlock('canvasId', [{label: 'First item', value: 10, color: '#FF0000'},{label: 'Second item', value: 5, color: '#00FF00'},{label: 'Third item', value: 100, color: '#0000FF'}]);

Detect HTTP or HTTPS then force HTTPS
Type: js
Categories: Security
Plugins related: Generic

This will insert a code block to detect HTTP or HTTPS and then force usage of HTTPS to be sure that the page is loaded over a SSL secure connection. Note that your website domain must have SSL available in order to use this feature.

Exchange Rates with Fixer.io Service
Type: js
Categories: Exchange Rate,Payment
Plugins related: Generic

The block reads the exchange rates from the Fixer.io website

Enter the API Key

The block includes the xe_fixerio_exchange_rates operation whose parameter is a plain object with the following properties:

  • from: a three letters currency code. For example: USD (required)
  • to: a three letters currency code. For example: GBP (required)
  • field: a valid jQuery selector of an input tag for assigning the exchange rate. For example, if you are using the calculated fields form plugin, and you want to assign the exchange rate to the fieldname1 field, the selector would be: [id*="fieldname1_"] (optional)
  • callback: a function that will receive as parameter an object with all currencies codes and the corresponding exchange rates. For example: function(rates){alert(rates['EUR']);} (optional)
  • url: the URL to the public website. In cases where the URL to the public website and the WordPress are different, might be require pass to the block the URL to the public website (optional)

Example:

xe_fixerio_exchange_rates({'from': 'USD', 'to': 'EUR', 'field': '[id*="fieldname'+'1_"]'});

A specific example: Assuming there is a field in the form that calculate a service price in United State Dollars (USD), the fieldname1, and you want get the price in Euros (EUR), furthermore there is a hidde field for the exchange rate, the fieldname2. The equation to associate with the calculated field to calculate the price in Euros would be:

(function(){
xe_fixerio_exchange_rates({'from': 'USD', 'to': 'EUR', 'field': '[id*="fieldname'+'2_"]'});
return fieldname1*fieldname2;
})()

If there is a dropdown field for selecting the currency code, the fieldname3, the equation would be:

(function(){
xe_fixerio_exchange_rates({'from': 'USD', 'to': fieldname3, 'field': '[id*="fieldname'+'2_"]'});
return fieldname1*fieldname2;
})()

Stripe Payment Button
Type: html
Categories: Payment
Plugins related: Generic
Stripe Publishable Key
Stripe Secret Key
Price amount
Currency
URL to redirect after payment
Product name
Pie Chart
Type: js
Categories: Charts
Plugins related: Generic

"Pie Chart" inserts a javascript block with the setPieChartBlock routine to generate pie chart into a canvas tag with the values passed as parameters:

setPieChartBlock(canvasId, values);

Pie Chart
  • canvasId: the routine requires you insert a <canvas id="canvasId"></canvas> tag in your webpage where display the chart. The id of the canvas tag should be passed as the first parameter of the routine.
  • values: array of values to display in the chart. For example: [10,5,100].

    To display a label associated to the values, the elements in the array must be objects with the structure: {label: <text here>, value: <number here>}
    For example: [{label: 'First item', value: 10},{label: 'Second item', value: 5},{label: 'Third item', value: 100}]

    To specify the colors of bars, define the colors code as part of the object (if no colors are defined, the plugin will use the default colors).
    For example: [{label: 'First item', value: 10, color: '#FF0000'},{label: 'Second item', value: 5, color: '#00FF00'},{label: 'Third item', value: 100, color: '#0000FF'}]

Example:

setPieChartBlock('canvasId', [{label: 'First item', value: 10, color: '#FF0000'},{label: 'Second item', value: 5, color: '#00FF00'},{label: 'Third item', value: 100, color: '#0000FF'}]);

Line Chart
Type: js
Categories: Charts
Plugins related: Generic

"Line Chart" inserts a javascript block with the setLineChartBlock routine to generate line chart into a canvas tag with the values passed as parameters:

setLineChartBlock(canvasId, data, config);

Line Chart
  • canvasId: the routine requires you insert a <canvas id="canvasId"></canvas> tag in your webpage where display the chart. The id of the canvas tag should be passed as the first parameter of the routine.
  • data: array of datasets with the information to display in the chart. For example:

      [
        {
          'dataset': 'First Dataset',
          'color' : 'red',
          'values' : {
            'label a': 10,
            'label b': 15,
          'label c': 30
          }
        },
        {
          'dataset': 'Second Dataset',
          'color' : 'blue',
          'values' : {
            'label a': 40,
            'label b': 20,
            'label c': 5
          }
        }
      ]
  • config: object tha allows to define the chart title. For example:

    {'title': 'Line Chart'}

Example:

setLineChartBlock('canvasId', [{'dataset': 'First Dataset','color': 'red','values': {'label a': 10,'label b': 15,'label c': 30}},{'dataset': 'Second Dataset','color': 'blue','values': {'label a': 40,'label b': 20,'label c': 5}}],{'title': 'Line Chart'});

PayPal Subscription Button
Type: js
Categories: Payment
Plugins related: Generic
Paypal email or ID
Price amount
Currency
Payment frequency
Taxes (percent)
Request address at PayPal
URL to return after payment
URL to return after cancelled payment
Subscription description
Paypal language
Prevent framing
Type: js
Categories: Security
Plugins related: Generic

This will insert a block to find out if the page is embedded as a frame to other site and will prevent that by redirecting to the correct page without framing.

Message if framing detected:

Exchange Rates with the Open Exchange Rates Service
Type: js
Categories: Exchange Rate,Payment
Plugins related: Generic

The block reads the exchange rates from the Open Exchange Rates website

Enter the application ID

The block includes the xe_open_exchange_rates operation whose parameter is a plain object with the following properties:

  • from: a three letters currency code. For example: USD (required)
  • to: a three letters currency code. For example: GBP (required)
  • field: a valid jQuery selector of an input tag for assigning the exchange rate. For example, if you are using the calculated fields form plugin, and you want to assign the exchange rate to the fieldname1 field, the selector would be: [id*="fieldname1_"] (optional)
  • callback: a function that will receive as parameter an object with all currencies codes and the corresponding exchange rates. For example: function(rates){alert(rates['EUR']);} (optional)
  • url: the URL to the public website. In cases where the URL to the public website and the WordPress are different, might be require pass to the block the URL to the public website (optional)

Example:

xe_open_exchange_rates({'from': 'USD', 'to': 'EUR', 'field': '[id*="fieldname'+'1_"]'});

A specific example: Assuming there is a field in the form that calculate a service price in United State Dollars (USD), the fieldname1, and you want get the price in Euros (EUR), furthermore there is a hidde field for the exchange rate, the fieldname2. The equation to associate with the calculated field to calculate the price in Euros would be:

(function(){
xe_open_exchange_rates({'from': 'USD', 'to': 'EUR', 'field': '[id*="fieldname'+'2_"]'});
return fieldname1*fieldname2;
})()

If there is a dropdown field for selecting the currency code, the fieldname3, the equation would be:

(function(){
xe_open_exchange_rates({'from': 'USD', 'to': fieldname3, 'field': '[id*="fieldname'+'2_"]'});
return fieldname1*fieldname2;
})()

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