CMS

Components/plugins and modules for different CMS

Joomla

Joomla

Joomla

Component to install in Joomla : Download

Compatible with Joomla 3.x
Steps to add your calculator to your Joomla pages
  • Enter Components->XLSJuice and add your credentials to Component options (clicking 'Options' button at the right upper corner)
  • Create a XLSJuice module and enter your Calculator Id. You can get it at your XLSJuice Calculator Dashboard, step 4 of the configuration process.
  • Publish your Joomla module at your site, inside any article, or placed into a template position, (it works like any other Joomla module).
Joomla

Add User data from Joomla

You can import actual logged-in user data from your Joomla to your form configuring 'Value' field on your input Text or Hidden.
Type '#External:' followed by the data from user you want to get. Here is a list of data available with the value to use:

  • Id: #External:id
  • Name: #External:name
  • User Name: #External:username
  • Email: #External:email
  • Groups (separated by espaces): #External:groups
Note that you'd need to install this Joomla component and publish the module with the calculator id following the instructions in Joomla Backend => Components => XLSJuice.

An example of Joomla email.

With this example settings you'll get at your form one text input filled by default with the actual joomla user email.

Wordpress

Wordpress

Wordpress installation

Wordpress plugin : Download

Steps to add your calculator to your Wordpress pages
  • Install the plugin:download, and unzip the contents under your WP/wp-content/plugins/ folder
  • Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress, and enter your XLSJuice account settings at the configuration page
  • Create your calculator form at xlsjuice.com and copy the id of the calculator you get at the last step
  • Insert at any page using this shortcode, for ex: for a calculator with code YYYYYZZZZZZ, insert at your page:
    [xlsjuice code="YYYYYZZZZZZ"]

    You will see your calculator up and running inside your Wordpress

Wordpress

Add user data from your Wordpress

You can import actual logged-in user data from your Wordpress to your form configuring 'Value' field on your input Text or Hidden.
Type '#External:' followed by the data from user you want to get. Here is a list of data available with the value to use:

  • Id: #External:id
  • Name: #External:name
  • User Name: #External:username
  • Email: #External:email
Note that you'd need to install this Wordpress plugin and publish the calculator at your WP page following the instructions from the download page.

An example of Joomla email.

With this example settings you'll get at your form one text input filled by default with the actual wordpress user email.