Add dismissible and non-dismissible notices throughout your website.
- Customize the colors and icons used by your Courier Notices no coding needed
- Add new “types” of notices as needed
- Comes with a common library of useful notices (Modal, Header, Footer)
- Place courier notices within the header, footer or any where using CSS selectors (similar to selectors in jQuery)
- Display popover/page take over modal style notices
- Can be used in conjunction with other popular plugins
Displays a Courier notice based on the Courier post ID, displays a flag to call out the notice as well.
Flag prepends a span containing the string in the flag parameter, to display no flag set “show_flag” to false.
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Does this plugin work with Full Page Caching or WordPress Object Caching?
Yes, just be sure to enable the option to load Courier Notices using AJAX
I’m looking for a specific type of notice that courier doesn’t have, what’s next?
The great thing is that Courier Notices is highly extendable and our team is adding new features constantly since release. You can always create a pull request in GitHub or add an issue. You can also take a look at the Pro version which also has some great features.
Contributors & Developers
“Courier Notices” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
- Updated – Minor security fixes
- Added – REST endpoint for saving settings changes (preparation for new UI in future versions)
- Added – Settings now utilize ajax/REST for updating settings
- Added – New Feature. You can now choose to display the title of your Courier Notice for all Styles of notices.
- Added – Added some FAQs to the readme.txt
- Added – FAQ.md that is updated and generated from the readme.txt
- Added – Some new screenshots were added so users can get a sense of what Courier Notices look like by default.
- Updated – Popup/Modal notices now only show 1 at a time!
- Fixed – Minor display issue for “Sub Tabs” within the Settings area of the WordPress admin
- Fixed – Cleaned up spacing of Headers and Sub Titles within Settings to make things easier to read.
- Fixed – Numerous nitpicky CSS things that you may or may not notice (margins, column spacing and more)
- Fixed – When adding a new “type” of “Informational” Courier notices, the color pickers were not initializing properly
- Fixed – Quality of life fix: Removed theme based “editor styles” on courier notices
- Updated – Window load for modal placement
- Fixed – Fixed issue with modal dialogs displaying multiple times due to intersectObserver
- Updated – Options namespace
- Fixed – Issue with 403 error “rest_cookie_invalid_nonce” for logged out users.
- Updated – Banner shown in the WordPress.org plugin directory.
- Fixed – issue with notice placement (whoops)
- Updated sanitization to match wordpress.org audit.
- Updated – Namespace changed from courier to courier-notices due to plugin conflict on wordpress.org
- Fixed – Duplicate modal/popup issue
- Submission to wordpress.org
- Fixed – Fatal error when assigning data to a template view
- Fixed – Icon font specificity
- Remove – Notice font styles, allow styling to inherit from theme
- Fixed – Issue with default styles not being created on install
- Fixed – Security updates provided by github audit
- Fixed – Minor security updates
- Fixed – Minor code cleanup
- Fixed – Link to Types/Design was broken
- Fixed – Link to Settings was broken
- Fixed – Minor updates to strings to allow for translation
- Fixed – Modal notice was not working properly (dismissible)
- Fixed – Error log was being utilized and should not have been
- Fixed – Cron was running hourly and not every 5 minutes
- Fixed – Various typos (We talk pretty one day)
- Fixed – utilizing iris wpColorPicker (For the time being)
- Fixed – Fixed an issue with color changes in the design panel did not show until page refresh
- Added – New UI/UX for creating and styling “Types” of notices
- Added – Courier actually has some branding now
- Added – Default data on plugin activation
- Added – Utility method to sanitize kses content
- Added – Cleaned up CSS across the entire plugin
- Added – New cron schedule (Every 5 minutes)
- Added – New taxonomy for “Style of Notice”. This will allow for all different kinds of notices in the future
- Added – Base for CRUD in the future. Mainly just R right now.
- Improved – Added more flexibility to how tabs and subtabs can extend the plugin
- Improved – CSS is only generated and output if CSS is not disabled
- Improved – Placement logic is more flexible now
- Improved – UI/UX to show different notice options depending on other selections
- Improved – Code Organization
- Improved – Templates
- Improved – Updated the expiration of notices to increment every 5 minutes for better accuracy and less stress on servers
- Cleaned up deployment process further.
- Migrated to using composer as our autoloader instead of a proprietary one
- Added Parsedown dependency for Markdown display within the plugin
- Added a changelog.md display to the settings page as a tab
- Added more automation for release to get releases out the door quicker
- Minor code formatting changes
- Updated dependencies based on github security notification
- Cleaned up UI for date and time selection.
- You can no longer select an expiration date from the past.
- Implemented datetimepicker so time selection is easier.
- Minor typo fix in admin area.
- Minor data sanitization/security hardening.