Mortgage Loan Calculator widgets

Posted on September 7, 2009. Filed under: Amortization Schedule Plugin | Tags: , , , |

Just a short message to inform You that we have created a WordPress Mortgage Loan Calculator plugin for You!

Feel free to download it, install it and try it.

For further information, please visit the amortization schedule website.

The plugin is not yet available at the WordPress.org plugins directory, but will be shortly. Until then You can get the loan calculator plugin from our site.

The widget itself is a javascript based calculator, so no page reloads are required for the results. The empty fields will be populated with default values. Hope that You’ll enjoy using our mortgage loan calculator.

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