Rifat vai has released an awesome jQuery plugin which adds Avro Phonetic layout to your text inputs. I converted it into a WordPress Plugin. Hats off to Rifat vai for the awesome job!
How to use it?
Click on the download link below. It should show you the raw php source of the plugin file. Save it as “avro-phonetic.php” and upload the file to “wp-content/plugins/” directory. Now go to your “Plugins” page from WP Dashboard. Activate the plugin.
Github Repo: https://github.com/masnun/Avro-Phonetic-WP-Plugin
Official Page: http://torifat.github.com/jsAvroPhonetic/
- Doesn’t work with the Visual Editor (TinyMCE) of WordPress. Please use the HTML editor.
Doesn’t show any visual clue of which language (English or Bangla) is active. It now shows a black box with language identification
Thanks to the Avro team for the nice icons.
Ctrl + M toggles between Bangla and English. It’s your responsibility to let the users know how to use it. The plugin doesn’t have any fancy instructions displayed to the users.
It now has a widget. Add the widget to your sidebar.
Forces to load jQuery 1.7.2 without caring if an older version is already loaded. Had to do this because wp_enque_script() was not loading jQuery on some themes/setup.
Thanks to Mehdi vai, the loading is now done using JS after checking if a version is loaded already! 🙂
Feel free to fork the codes on Github and send me pull requests. If you’re not used to Git, send me the modifications over email. I shall merge them and commit. My email address is available on masnun.com 🙂