Geo provider for WP Bones

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Geo Localizer provides a set of utilities to manage geolocation for WordPress/WP Bones

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You can install third party packages by using:

php bones require wpbones/geolocalizer

I advise to use this command instead of composer require because doing this an automatic renaming will done.

You can use composer to install this package:

composer require wpbones/geolocalizer

You may also to add "wpbones/geolocalizer": "~0.7" in the composer.json file of your plugin:

  "require": {
    "php": ">=7.4.0",
    "wpbones/wpbones": "~1.0",
    "wpbones/geolocalizer": "~0.7"

and run

composer install


In the database/migrations you'll find the default migration database table used for the countries. Also. in the database/seeders you'll find the data for countries database table.

Anyway, you just copy these folders in your plugin database/ folder.

Geo services

This version is using the IPStack service to get the country code and the rest of the data. You have to create an account in IPStack and get your API key. In your plugin you may use the API key b yusing the filter:

add_filter('wpbones_geolocalizer_ipstack_api_key', function () {
    // get your api key rom your settings
    // for example, MyPlugin::$plugin->options->get('General/ipstack_api_key');
    return $your_api_key;


In order to check if your API key is valid you can use the following command:

$info = MyPlugin\GeoLocalizer\GeoLocalizerProvider::geoIP();

You should receive all information starting from your IP address. Otherwise, you'll receive an error from IPStack service.


Geolocalizer provides a shortcode method. You can define you own shortcode in the your shortcode provider class:

use WPMyPlugin\WPBones\Foundation\WordPressShortcodesServiceProvider as ServiceProvider;
use WPMyPlugin\GeoLocalizer\GeoLocalizerProvider;

class WPMyPluginShortcode extends ServiceProvider

   * List of registred shortcodes. {shortcode}/method
   * @var array
  protected $shortcodes = [
    'my_shortocde_geo' => 'my_shortocde_geo',

  public function my_shortocde_geo( $atts = [], $content = null )
    return GeoLocalizerProvider::shortcode( $atts, $content );

The you can use:

[my_shortocde_geo city="Rome"]
  Only for Rome

[my_shortocde_geo city="rome"]
  Only for Rome

[my_shortocde_geo city="rome,london"]
  Only for Rome and Landon

[my_shortocde_geo region_name="lazio"]
  Only for region (Italy) Lazio

[my_shortocde_geo country_code="IT"]
  Italian only

[my_shortocde_geo country_name="italy"]
  Italian only

[my_shortocde_geo zip_code="00137"]

[my_shortocde_geo ip=""]
  Only for me

[my_shortocde_geo time_zone="europe\rome"]
  Rome/Berlin time zone