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Support for Crypto Chart Widget | Premium Cryptocurrency Charts | WordPress Plugin

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I’m unable to install the plugin through the WordPress admin interface

Due to a large number of cryptocurrency logo images included into the plugin, its size is more than 135 MB. In some hosting environments it could break the limits imposed by PHP settings and you will see one of the following errors when uploading the plugin:

Warning: POST Content-Length of 135615849 bytes exceeds the limit of 52428800 bytes in Unknown on line 0
Are you sure you want to do this?
The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini.

There are 2 options to resolve it and install the plugin.

Change PHP settings

If you have access to PHP settings on your server set the following parameters in php.ini (usually you can also override these settings in .user.ini or .htaccess. For more information check PHP documentation):

post_max_size=200M
upload_max_filesize=200M

Please note that changes to php.ini require restart of the web server (Apache, IIS, Nginx) to take in effect.

Upload the plugin via FTP

Unzip and copy the plugin contents via FTP or a web based file manager (cPanel, Plesk etc) to <WordPress ROOT>/wp-content/plugins/cryptocurrency-charts folder. After all files are copied you can activate the plugin through the WordPress admin interface.

How to use the plugin?

To add a cryptocurrency chart to a page or post do the following:

  1. Select Cryptocurrency Charts » Builder in the admin menu.
  2. Customize chart look & feel using the chart builder.
  3. Copy the chart shortcode to clipboard.
  4. Paste the shortcode to a page or post

If you want to add a cryptocurrency widget to one of the WordPress widgets areas you have to install an extra free WordPress plugin (this one or similar), which allows processing shortcodes in widgets. After the plugin is installed get the shortcode as described above and paste it to a widget area.

If you want to call the shortcode from a template you need to wrap the shortcode in a do_shortcode() function call like this:

<?php echo do_shortcode('[cryptocurrency_chart asset="1182" currency="USD" settings=\'...\']');?>

How to translate the plugin into other languages?

The plugin is translation ready and provides a so called POT (Portable Object Template) file, which contains all text strings used in the plugin. To localize the plugin you need to translate text strings into your own language and create necessary PO/MO files. This can be easily done with Loco translate plugin.

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