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WP Obituary


WP Obituary is a WordPress plug-in designed to provide ideal solution for your funeral homes, cemetery and crematory owner.

Core Plugin Features

  • Obituary Submit Form
  • Manage Obituary
  • Obituary Slider Shortcode
  • Condolence Management
  • Print Support

Premium Features

  • Fully customizable form fields
  • Obituary management of the user in front-end
  • Advance Condolence Management


  1. Upload to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory

  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress


  • How can I add the Obituary?

You can add it dashboard under obituary postype. Or in obituary submit form in front end.

  • How to manageconsolences?

Condolences are manage in comments are in dashboard.


26. febrúar, 2020
After reading the reviews, I was skeptical about downloading this obituary plugin. I decided to try it anyway. I got it working on my Family Memorial website. It took some time to get it working though (about 3 hours to figure it out) . I agree with previous reviewers, there should be documentation on this plugin. I think I just got lucky by doing trial & error. I'm going to go back into my settings and see if I can figure out what I did, and then I will create an article if it would help. I have WP version 5.3.2
23. apríl, 2017
I would really like to give a good review but there is nothing on this plugin I agree with previous poster - poor
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  • Created Obituary postype
  • Added Online submit form in fron end.
  • Allowed user to manage all submit obituary