Reading Time Assessment: Article 5.4 / 5.3

With the plugin for the WoltLab Suite Core it is possible to display a reading time estimate for articles.

Product description

With this plugin you can display a reading time estimate for articles, which will let your users know how much time they need to allow for reading the article. You can set in the ACP how many words are read per minute to get the best result on your target audience. In addition, it is possible to set where in the article overview the reading time should be displayed. You can display it within a title image or as a small icon in the meta description. Also a complete deactivation of the plugin is possible.


Compatibility

The product offered here can be operated in WoltLab Suite Core 5.4 (WSC 5.4) and WoltLab Suite Core 5.3 (WSC 5.3).


Multilingual

supported languages

  • German
  • English


Support

Support for all my products can be found on YoureCom.de. This enables me to process all my customers' requests in a bundled and timely manner. Please understand that requests coming from other sources cannot be processed.


Demo

As to all my products you can also test this product free of charge in my Online-Demo in all peace on "heart and kidneys". A free registration is however necessary under YoureCom.de.


No questions?

If you still have open questions, you can always open a new topic in my forum in the category "Questions before buying" and I will try to answer everything to your satisfaction so that even the last uncertainties can be resolved.

In accordance with § 19 Section 1 (Kleinunternehmerregelung) the products are of Marcel Beckers exempt from sales tax.

  • WoltLab Suite Core 5.4 5.4.1

    - 2.24 kB - Downloaded1 times

    Fixes an error under the installation under the WSC 5.3

  • WoltLab Suite Core 5.4 5.4.0

    - 2.22 kB - Downloaded2 times

    Adaptations to the WSC 5.4

  • WoltLab Suite Core 5.3 5.3.0 Beta 1

    - 2.22 kB - Downloaded5 times

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