Let your visitors know when you are open for business! With the Yoonic Öffnungszeiten Widget you can easily insert your hours into any widget section of your WordPress Theme.
Very easily. In six steps:
If you need assistance installing the Widget, this section is for you:
In your WordPress dashboard, click "Plugins:"
Then "Add New." It doesn't matter which:
Then "Upload Plugin:"
...your filesystem for the widget you downloaded (needs to be a .zip file)
Once found, you can ask WordPress to install it:
After you've installed it, you need to activate it:
Now you should be redirected to the "Plugins" overview page. Check that the Widget is activated. You can tell that it is activated by its blue background, and that you are presented with the option to "Deactivate" it (don't click that):
Congratulations! Your Widget is now installed and activated. Time to move on to the next section!
To add a Widget to your actual site, after you have installed and activated it, in your Wordpress Dashboard click on
Appearance > Widgets
Under "Available Widgets," click on the "Öffnungszeiten Widget"...
.. select the Widget Area where you want to have it, and finally click "Add Widget"
Now you have your Widget all set up and see this:
All that's left to do is setting the parameters and publishing the thing, as described in the next section.
Here's your widget interface:
In the text fields you can set the Title (short message at the top), the times (You can also write "Closed" or whatever you want) , and the Footer (short message at the bottom)
Addittionally, you can set whether or not a day is displayed at all. If you untick the "Displayed:" checkbox, the day and time will no longer be shown, and all other items will be centered and aligned automatically and seamlessly.
To remove the widget from your Widget bar, simply click "Delete."
To remove the Widget from your WordPress installation, go on your "Plugins" overview page and click "Deactivate" on the Widget you want gone:
Now, in the same window, you should be presented with the option to delete it. Click that.
You'll be redirected to a "Delete Plugin" page, where you can confirm your choice. Do so...
...and you've successfully removed the Widget from your WordPress installation!
This widget has been tested as displaying properly on Opera, down to Internet Explorer 6, Firefox, Safari, and Chrome with the following themes* (Feb/2016):
*some themes may have passed the test even if they do not natively support widgets.
Problems have been identified with the following themes and browsers:
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