Personal Livescore plugin allows the administrator to run and maintain a livescore system without the need to sign up for various web services or feeds.
Last released on May 30, 2016 in
Personal Livescore plugin allows the administrator to run and maintain a livescore system without the need to sign up for various web services or feeds. The plugin is completely standalone.
Unlike all the other plugins, this plugin is entire controllable by the administrator, and does not require any third-party account. The plugin is white-labeled and offers an embeddable version for other sites. The embeddable version is 100% mobile/tablet compatible and works in real time.
Features: HTML5 compliant, works with all themes, fast and performant, can be translated in any language, comes with several languages by default (more are added with every update), archive page, customizable copyright line.
[livescore]to a post or a page or use
[livescore id="4"]to show a single match
<?php echo do_shortcode('[livescore]'); ?>
[livescore mode="archive"]to display an archive of past matches/scores
<?php echo do_shortcode('[livescore mode="archive"]'); ?>
Inside the /css/ folder there are 2 separate files, style-red.css and style-tan.css, use them either to change current colours, or as a base for your own styles, including custom fonts.
A game/match status is 0 if the game has passed (archive), 1 if the game is active (live) or 2 if the game is in the future (upcoming). A status of 3 indicates a future match, but hidden from widget view.
Watch this quick video tutorial about Livescore configuration.
See how scores are updated in real-time, in less than 5 seconds, without page reload.