The currency form is used to edit currencies and can only be accessed from other forms. It uses built-in WordPress functionality allowing you to re-order the meta boxes or hide the ones your won’t use. Below are details about the fields/functionality available in each meta box.
Official three-digit code for this currency. It is displayed in place of the currency symbol when necessary.
Label that describes this currency. This field is just for reference.
The native symbol for this currency.
Character used to separate thousands in the number.
How numbers should be grouped using the thousand separator.
Character used for the decimal if applicable.
Number of digits displayed after the decimal separator. The maximum number is eight allowing support for cryptocurrencies.
Format used for positive numbers. ‘%s’ is replaced with the symbol and ‘%v’ is replaced with the number.
Format used for negative numbers. ‘%s’ is replaced with the symbol and ‘%v’ is replaced with the number.
Format used for zeroes. ‘%s’ is replaced with the symbol and ‘%v’ is replaced with the number. If left blank, zeroes default to the positive format.
This box displays a reverse-chronological list of actions and notes associated with the currency. Clicking on the Add Note button displayed a simple form allowing for a note to be added to the currency when it is saved.
This box displays positive, negative and zero samples of the currency based on the settings in the General Information meta box.
Last updated on January 2, 2020