How to use the plugin

Getting Started

If you haven’t yet got the plugin Download from WordPress.

Use the shortcode [qis] to add a loan calculator to any page or post. Publish or update and that’s it. You now have the form on your site.

Changing the settings

  1. Go to Settings > Interest Calculator
  2. Change the settings so the sliders and outputs display the correct information. There is no filtering so take care.
  3. Click on Save Changes or Reset to restore the default settings.

You can also use a range of shortcodes to manage the settings. See all the shortcodes.

Click here for detailed instructions on all the settings.

Changing the Styles

  1. Go to Settings > Interest Calculator
  2. Click on the the Styles tab
  3. Change the styles so the sliders and outputs display the correct font sizes and colours.
  4. Click on Save Changes or Reset to restore the default settings.

Click here for detailed instructions on all the settings.

If you need other features, fill in the contact form on this page or in the comments below.

Reply to SARA MALIK

  1. Marcelo said:

    Hello, I would like to know if it is possible to calculate by factor. Ex: 48 months 60 months and 72 months values ​​from 1000 to 20000 in 48 months multiplied by the factor 0.02839 values ​​from 1000 to 20000 in 60 months by factor 0.03037 and in 72 months in
    by another factor. The goal is to get the amount to pay per month. Ex: 5000X0.02839 equals 141.95 per month.

    • Graham said:

      Hi Marcelo,
      You have the option to change the interest rate (factor) at set triggers on the the term or the amount.

  2. Dexter said:

    Hello please how much is the pro version of this plugin.

    • Graham said:

      Hi Dexter,
      It’s $20 right now. The price will be going up to $30 next month

  3. SARA MALIK said:

    I have a loan company
    I want to use your extension to see which of the borrowers paid and when
    And what amount of debt he currently has
    Do you have such a possibility in the system?

    • Graham said:

      It’s only possible to do this is you are capturing the payment data. If they are paying directly into a bank account the plugin (or any other plugin) will have no way of knowing what was paid, when it was paid or how much is still owed.

  4. Yordanka said:

    Hi, is it possible to create two or three different forms to use it on the same website. I’m working on a client’s project and he will offer 3 different loan types, so I need 3 calc forms. Thank you in advance 🙂

  5. shrutika said:

    Hi,
    How to give proper width and height in ” Interest Calculator” plug-in. I’m not able to see the way it is mention in screenshot.

    • Graham said:

      To change the width use the option in the plugin settings ‘styling’ tab. You can’t set the height as this will change depending on the output options and screen resolution. Can you give me a link to the plugin page so I can see what you have done.

  6. Hugo said:

    Hi, im interested in the responsive loan comparison slider you made for the swedish market. How do we proceed?

    • Graham said:

      Hi Hugo,
      You tell me what changes you want making, we agree a price and I send you the plugin.

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