Beta 6 Testing

… to start, thank you!

What a response! I sent out an email last night and I’ve had a great response from people offering to test the Beta of version 6 of the Weight Tracker plugin. Thank you!

What is in Version 6?

Besides several tweaks to the back end, updated languages (including Russian being added) and various bug fixes…. Custom Fields! Custom Fields will allow you to define custom questions to ask your members when completing weight entries, for example;

  • “Did you stick to your diet?”
  • “How many cups of water did you drink?”
  • “How many miles did you run?”
  • “What did you think of this week?”

This data is then exposed in the Weight Tracker > Manage User Data when viewing user’s entries.┬áSo far, you will be able to use the following field types to ask questions:

  • Text Field
  • Number Field
  • Yes / No

In subsequent releases I intend to expand this to include additional field types like date pickers, check boxes, drop down lists etc.

Gimme Gimme Gimme….

You can download the beta version using the button below. Before installing, ensure any other version of the plugin has been removed and then upload the zip file via the Plugins admin screen.

I’m confident this is ready to go, but usual disclaimer, please backup your site / data and ideally run on a development copy of your site.
Download: Weight Tracker – Beta 6

Issues? Questions? Feedback?

If you have any issues or questions then please email me. I’m also looking at suggestions on how to expose the Custom Fields data… do we need shortcodes? etc?

email@yeken.uk

 

 

5.4.3 Released

  • Improvement: Added new option “auto” for “progress” argument [wlt-calories progress=”auto”] shortcode. It will display the calories for the aim specified by the user e.g. if they select Lose Weight it will show the calories required to lose.
  • Improvement: Added new option “auto” for “progress” argument wlt-macronutrients progress=”auto”] shortcode. It will display the relevant macroN for the aim specified by the user e.g. if they select Lose Weight it will show the calories required to lose.

5.4 Released – Support for Gravity Forms!

  • Improvement: Added support for Gravity Forms – read more: https://weight.yeken.uk/gravity-forms/
  • Improvement: Added filter to modify allowed wlt-if fields (wlt-filter-if-allowed-fields)
  • Improvement: Added filter to allow new wlt-if conditions to be added (wlt-filter-if-condition-[field name])
  • Bug fix: Ensured object is countable before trying to count() it.
  • Security fix: Added rel=”noopener noreferrer” to all links that open in a new window ( i.e. target=”_blank” )

5.3 Released

  • Improvement: Added filter to allow Activity Levels to be overridden (wlt-filter-activity-levels)
  • Improvement: Added filter to allow Aims to be overridden (wlt-filter-aims)
  • Improvement: Added filter to allow BMR calculation to be overridden (wlt-filter-bmr-calculation)
  • Improvement: Added filter to allow Macro calculation per meal to be overridden (wlt-filter-macros-[key])
  • Improvement: Added filter to allow Macro calculations per total to be overridden (wlt-filter-macros-[key]-total)
  • Improvement: Added filter to allow all Macro calculations to be overridden (wlt-filter-macros)
  • Improvement: Added filter to display an additional field below gender on user preferences form (wlt-filter-user-settings-below-gender)
  • Improvement: Added filter to change a user’s setting (‘wlt-filter-user-setting-[key])
  • Improvement: Added filter to allow calories to be overridden (wlt-filter-calories-lose)
  • Improvement: Added filter to allow calories to maintain weight to be overridden (wlt-filter-calories-maintain)
  • Improvement: Added filter to allow calories to lose weight to be overridden (wlt-filter-calories-lose)
  • Improvement: Added filter to allow table rows to be filtered in Harris Benedict tables (wlt-filter-harris-benedict-rows)
  • Improvement: Added filter to allow default macros to be specified and override WLT plugin. (wlt-filter-macros-custom)
  • Improvement: Added filter to allow specify what types of calories should be converted into macros. wlt-filter-macros-calculate)
  • Improvement: Added filter to allow specify what types of macros should be displayed. wlt-filter-macros-display)