Sudoku for WordPress Plugin

With our WordPress plugin you can easily extent your blog with our online sudoku.

Major features in this version include:

  • The sudoku puzzles can be inserted everywhere: in your theme files, posts and pages.
  • Seven different levels from simple to diabolic are available
  • Use pencilmarks by pressing ALT and Number key
  • they are daily updated (upto 10 history entries) sudokus and can be used as daily sudoku
  • You can change appearance, size and visible features
  • printable sudokus for offline solving are available too
  • the plugin supports english, german, swedish and italian right now

How can you install the Sudoku for WordPress Plugin?

  • 1. Upload ‘Sudoku Mypuzzle’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
  • 2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  • 3. Go to the MyPuzzle Sudoku Options page under settings and save your prefered options.
  • 4. Use the Sudoku code “[sudoku-mp]” to insert sudoku puzzles into your posts/pages.

Where can I get the Plugin? –> Download Mypuzzle Sudoku for WordPress

How does it look like? Here the italian version…

Easy Sudoku by mypuzzle.org

14 thoughts on “Sudoku for WordPress Plugin

    1. admin Post author

      Hi Miguel,
      good point. Actually we had a spanish and french translation too. I just had to activate them within the wordpress plugin.
      Please try the new update version 1.3 I just uploaded. It supports spanish and french too.
      When the translation is not perfect I’m happy to consider your suggestions. Feedback and reviews always appreciated :-)
      Thanks for your help.
      Tom

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  1. Judy Culpepper

    Hello Tom,

    I picked up this plugin yesterday and thought it would make a nice addition to my blog. I am having trouble though with the puzzle remaining constant. There is always the same puzzle regardless of the settings, what you choose, or refreshing the page.

    Please let me know how to fix this.

    Thanks,

    Judy Culpepper

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    1. admin Post author

      Hi Judy,

      not sure whether I got you right. The sudoku will be the same for the whole day until the day is over and then a new sudoku will apear.
      Thats why there is an optional listbox with the last ten days (always from today).
      Maybe you figured that out already.
      Or did I get you wrong on this?

      Thanks
      Tom

      Reply
  2. Shaan

    Hi,

    I would like to add the Sudoku game to my website as a small contest for visitors, is there an option for contestants to submit a small form after successful completion? or can a script be run for a contact form to appear, would the plugin support that?

    Reply
    1. admin Post author

      Hi,
      unfortunately right now thats not possible. Its just an iFrame and the “on finish” event will not be available.
      Looking foreward to create a mobile version and would include that feature as well.
      Tom

      Reply
  3. Jacquie

    I want to run 2 separate sudoku pages–one which updates daily and one of the “Simple” to “Diabolic.” I can’t seem to get the bottom grid to show on the “Simple” to “Diabolic” puzzle. I’m using Firefox if that’s any help. I’m a big sudoku fan so I hope there’s something I’m just not doing right.

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    1. admin Post author

      Hi, have you tried the plugins already? What kind of system are you using? wordpress, joomla, typo3?
      Which puzzle you wanna start with?
      Tom

      Reply
  4. Livia

    Hello, I would like to give more sudoku games to my website side by site but only one sudoku is always shown. Is there a way, how to place more different sudoku on the web? Thank you.

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    1. admin Post author

      Hello,

      thats not possible right now. You probably can have more than one on one page.
      But there is no way right now to display the sudoku of a different day.
      An easy feature I could imagine implement is an additional parameter for “sudoku_day_back”. When setting it to 1 you would get the sudoku one day back. For 2 the sudoku 2 days back and so one.
      Would that help anything? This way you could have different parametrized sudoku on one page.

      Tom

      Reply

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