Loan slider plugin examples

The simple output

Displays repayment information and interest and totals to pay

£10000 £30000
1 year 36
Your repayments will be every month
Total you will Pay:
The same thing but with square sliders

Step Markers

Show step markers on slider. Small steps will mean lots of marker lines. Use with caution.

£2000 £3000
Total you will Pay:

Processing Fee

You have the option to add a processing fee. This can be fixed or a percentage.

£2000 £20000
Interest rate is 2% APR. Total includes £100 processing added before interest
Total you will Pay:

Fixed Repayments

You have the option to add a fixed amount to repayment. For example, a loan of £1200 over 12 months with £10 in the box would be a monthly repayment of £110. £1200/12 = £100. £100 + £10 = £110. This is a brand new feature and will be included in the next update.

£1200 £4800
12 year 60
Your repayments will be every month
Total you will Pay:

Application Button

This one has the apply now button (pro version only).

£1000 £100000
1 year 36
Total you will Pay:

All the fields are active on this example. In the settings you can select which ones you want, change the labels and even rearrange the order they display.

Application form

This is pro-option. Click here to see the Application Form Demo.

Amortization and Annuity Calculations

Pro users also have the option to calculate repayments using the amortization or annuity formula.

Bespoke Versions

There are a number of bespoke versions of the plugin I’ve created for clients. Here are some of them.

Interest Calculations

The plugin uses a range of standard formula for interest and repayment calculations. The formulae and examples are all given here.

If you want something else get in contact using the form on the support page or in the comments below

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  1. Herbert said:

    This is quite good and lovely plugin.

    How can I get this settings below with monthly and total amount to pay

    Your repayments will be £349.33 each month
    Interest to pay: £960.00
    Total to Pay: £20960.00

    • Graham said:

      If the loan is over a number of years and repayments are in months you need to use the Repayment Divider I’ve added to This Version of the plugin. If it works let me know and I’ll upload to the plugin repository.

      • Herbert said:

        Dear Graham
        Can this plugin achieve the result of as this:
        Borrowing ₦200,000.00 for 3 months requires a monthly repayment of ₦77,861.00
        this is from
        I will be glad if it be done.

        • Graham said:

          That should all work but I don’t now how the got the figure of 77,861.

      • Alex said:

        Hi there,
        great WP-plugin u made, thank you! really nice, like it a lot )

        I downloaded that version with ‘divider’, its better but I still have a couple of questions if that’s Ok?
        -first, I found an “Upgrade to Pro” button -> gives you a form to add – sounds awesome, but the link doesn’t seems to work? leads to an empty page inside WP panel. Is it operational to get Pro version, can you fix it? I’m interested to acquire that.

        -in your plugin you use Currency ($) in front of a Amount, but I need Currency symbol to be placed after Amount. Is it possible to do so and how?

        -how can I make Interest value changing while changing/dragging repayment Slider?
        right now it simply showing Total interest over a period, but I need Interest changing if I choose 6 months or 12 months (total interest per year is the same of course)

        Really appreciate your answers!

        • Graham said:

          Just emailed you a new version where the upgrade button works properly. And it gives you the option to put the currency symbol after. There is also the option to display the interest below the slider. In fact all sorts of options. If you really want to go to town you can get a bespoke version a bit like this one I built for a client: Move the bottom slider to see all sorts of magic happen.

  2. Herbert said:

    Dear Graham
    Thanks so much I use the divider but it gives worry figure for monthly payment.

  3. Banks said:

    Good day, Please how do i set up the repayment table and the banks comparison table from the free plug in version? Also what if the user needs to input the user name by themselves from the front end?

    • Graham said:

      Hi Banks,
      The bank comparison is a bespoke version for a client in Norway. I you want something similar I can build it for you. But I can’t do it for free as there is a lot of work involved. Not sure what you mean by inputting the user name.

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