- The administrator can add, view, modify and delete obituaries.
- Web visitors can show their support to relatives of the deceased beneath the obituary. The administrator needs to approve these condolence messages.
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Funeral directors using the plugin on their WordPress website can create custom posts showing the deceased's information, picture and obituary. Web visitors can send messages of sympathy to the family of the deceased, order flowers and register to attend the post-funeral reception.
To prevent exposing the grieving relatives to inappropriate comments, the website administrator has to approve every condolence message.
The family will be informed of approved messages, as well as post-funeral reception registrations by email.
Broadcast a funeral live by adding a live stream to a specific obituary when it takes place. That way people who aren’t able to physically attend the service can watch it online. Livestream videos from Youtube, Vimeo, or other sources can be embedded in the obituary page.
The archive page displays all published obituaries.
On the single page, the details of the deceased person are visible.
For every obituary, a checkbox can be enabled to show the order form to purchase flowers. Visitors can select different flower arrangements below the obituary and set a message to be displayed on the funeral flowers’ ribbon.
Post-funeral receptions offer acquaintances, close friends and family members a chance to spend time together and share memories of the deceased in a more casual setting.
The administrator chooses to display a registration form below the obituary so people can let the family know whether or not they will be attending.
By default, the form has the following fields:
You can change the default properties with several hooks.
shortcode to add an overview of all condolences to a page with parameters posts_per_page and pagination. Default posts_per_page are those set in your default WP settings and default pagination is set to false. To add pagination, add pagination="true" to the shortcode.