PlaceholderAPI 2.10.6

A resource that allows information from your favorite plugins be shown practically anywhere!

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    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.7
    • 1.8
    • 1.9
    • 1.10
    • 1.11
    • 1.12
    • 1.13
    • 1.14
    • 1.15
    Source Code:
    https://github.com/PlaceholderAPI/PlaceholderAPI
    Contributors:
    Andre_601, funnycube, Glare, NathanG, LemmoTresto, PiggyPiglet, vk2gpz, and many more
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    PlaceholderAPI is a plugin/library that allows servers the use of placeholders from a wide range of your favorite plugins collectively. Essentials, Factions, LuckPerms, Vault, AutoSell, GriefPrevention, etc.... You can display information from your favorite plugins in any plugin that supports PlaceholderAPI. See a full list of placeholders and supported plugins below. Through the use of the Expansion cloud, PAPI effectively and efficiently allows you to pick and choose which placeholders you want to install. The Expansion cloud allows you to receive new placeholders, updates to existing placeholder expansions, and much more directly from your server without updating the actual plugin. With over 100,000 downloads, PlaceholderAPI is a must have for a server of any type or scale.

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    Click the link below to view placeholders
    Placeholders


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    Click the link below to view plugins that hook into PlaceholderAPI
    Plugins


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    config.yml
    The config.yml contains the core plugin customization settings as well as a section specifically for expansions that wish to add configurable options too.

    Any settings an expansion may allow you to change will be added to the config.yml when that specific expansion is loaded.

    Code (YAML):

    # PlaceholderAPI version 2.8.1
    # Created by extended_clip

    check_updates
    : true
    cloud_enabled
    : true
    auto_install_expansions
    : true
    boolean
    :
      'true'
    : 'yes'
      'false'
    : 'no'
    date_format
    : MM/dd/yy HH:mm:ss
    expansions
    :
      pinger
    :
        offline
    : offline
        check_interval
    : 10
        online
    : online
      vault
    :
        formatting
    :
          thousands
    : k
          trillions
    : T
          quadrillions
    : Q
          billions
    : B
          millions
    : M
      bungee
    :
        check_interval
    : 30
      javascript
    :
        engine
    : javascript
     
    javascript_placeholders.yml
    If you have the javascript expansion enabled, the plugin will generate a javascript_placeholders.yml file where you can create your own placeholders.
    There are 2 ways you can create these javascript based placeholders. Either specify the javascript directly in the expression: section for each placeholder, or specify a file that the javascript will be loaded from by setting the expression to the following format -
    expression: 'file: <filename with extension>'


    When an expression starts with the "file: " keyword, a file will be created in the /plugins/PlaceholderAPI/javascripts folder with the name and file format specified if it does not exist.

    These placeholders are reloaded on /placeholderapi reload so no need to restart your server to make changes.
    Code (YAML):
    # javascript_placeholders.yml
    # You can create custom placeholders which utilize javascript to determine the result of the custom placeholder you create.
    # You can specify if the result is based on a boolean or the actual javascript.
    #
    # If you do not specify a type: the placeholder will default to a boolean type
    # A boolean type must contain a true_result: and false_result:
    #
    # A string type only requires the expression: entry
    #
    # Javascript placeholders can contain normal placeholders in the expression, true_result, or false_result
    # These placeholders will be parsed to the correct values before the expression is evaluated.
    #
    # Your javascript placeholders will be identified by: %javascript_<identifier>%
    #
    # Javascript placeholder format:
    #
    #     BOOLEAN TYPE
    # <identifier>:
    #   expression: <expression>
    #   type: 'boolean'
    #   true_result: <result if expression is true>
    #   false_result: <result if expression is false>
    #
    #     STRING TYPE
    # <identifier>:
    #   expression: <expression>
    #   type: 'string'
    #
    #
    #  ==== ADVANCED VARIABLES ====
    # DO NOT USE THESE VARIABLES UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING!
    #
    # You can access a few Bukkit API classes and methods using certain keywords:
    #
    # Using "BukkitServer" in your javascript will return Bukkit.getServer()
    # You can use any methods inside of the Server class:
    #
    # Example: BukkitServer.getBannedPlayers().size().toFixed()
    # Will return how many players are banned
    #
    # This variable is handy if you want to iterate through all online players.'
    #
    # Using "BukkitPlayer" in your javascript will return the Player object you are setting placeholders for.
    # You can use any methods inside of the Player class:
    #
    # Example: BukkitPlayer.hasPermission("some.permission")
    # Will return if the player has a specific permission
    # This variable is handy if you want to check a players permission node, or access other methods inside of
    # the player class for the specified player.
    #
    # More advanced variables are coming soon! Only use these variables if you know what you are doing!
    #
    #  ==================
    #
    #
    # Javascript placeholder examples:
    #
    # millionaire:
    #   expression: '%vaulteco_balance% >= 1000000'
    #   type: 'boolean'
    #   true_result: '&aMillionaire'
    #   false_result: '&cbroke'
    # is_staff:
    #   expression: '"%vault_group%" == "Moderator" || "%vault_group%" == "Admin" || "%vault_group%" == "Owner"'
    #   type: 'boolean'
    #   true_result: '&bStaff'
    #   false_result: '&ePlayer'
    # health_rounded:
    #   expression: 'Math.round(%player_health%)'
    #   type: 'string'
    # staff_online:
    #   expression: 'var i = 0; for (var p in BukkitServer.getOnlinePlayers()) { if (BukkitServer.getOnlinePlayers()[p].hasPermission("staff.online")) {i = i+1;};} i.toFixed();'
    #   type: 'string'
    #
    #
    # You can optionally specify a file that the javascript expression will be loaded from if your expression
    # is bigger than 1 line. To specify javascript be loaded from a file, follow this format:
    #
    # is_op:
    #   expression: 'file: is_op.js'
    #   type: 'string'
    #
    # The following placeholder will attempt to load javascript from the /plugins/PlaceholderAPI/javascripts/is_op.js file
    # if the folder/file exists. If the folder/file does not exist it will be created.
    # You must specify the file extension with the file name. Any file extension is accepted.

    millionaire
    :
      expression
    : '%vaulteco_balance% >= 1000000'
      type
    : boolean
      true_result
    : '&aMillionaire'
      false_result
    : '&cbroke'
    is_staff
    :
      expression
    : '"%vault_group%" == "Moderator" || "%vault_group%" == "Admin" || "%vault_group%"
        == "Owner"'
      type
    : boolean
      true_result
    : '&bStaff'
      false_result
    : '&ePlayer'
    staff_online
    :
      type
    : string

     


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    Code (YAML):
    permissions:
        placeholderapi.admin
    :
            description
    : ability to use admin commands
            default
    : op

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    click the link below to view how to use this API
    API USAGE



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Recent Updates

  1. 2.10.6
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  3. 2.10.4 minor update

Recent Reviews

  1. nibchi
    nibchi
    5/5,
    Version: 2.10.6
    11/10 Amazing plugin, without it, a lot of my plugins would not work together. I cannot wait for the version that's compatible with 1.16.1. Truly amazing, thank you for your hard work.
  2. darkinnit
    darkinnit
    5/5,
    Version: 2.10.6
    Can you add the GroupManager to the Placeholders support please :D
    I love the plugin so much that im waiting for other plugin supports of placeholders
  3. 6085kevin
    6085kevin
    5/5,
    Version: 2.10.6
    ------------------------------------------------
    Waiting for 1.16, THX GUY! <3
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  4. Sortexx_19
    Sortexx_19
    5/5,
    Version: 2.10.6
    El mejor plugin de placeholders. Muy buen plugin clip .
  5. hontiris1
    hontiris1
    5/5,
    Version: 2.10.6
    Thank you for the plugin, waiting for the 1.16 release. I know that this requires a lot of work so thanks.
  6. Nekdu64
    Nekdu64
    5/5,
    Version: 2.10.6
    Exelent Plugin, waiting for update :) 1.16
    many servers need that update
    thank you !
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      Author's Response
      were working on it haha. Should be ready soon
  7. Taelor
    Taelor
    5/5,
    Version: 2.10.6
    Pretty sure my server and all its plugins would crumble without this plugin. .-.
  8. Vasquezfr15
    Vasquezfr15
    5/5,
    Version: 2.10.6
    nice plugin...
    pls update 1.16.1
    thanks for your job
    this plugin is necessary on all servers ... i recommend it
  9. JacobNightCore
    JacobNightCore
    5/5,
    Version: 2.10.6
    The legendary placeholder plugin!
    I am so happy it supports every (good) version of Minecraft
    It supports just about every plugin out there!
  10. TheNylox94
    TheNylox94
    5/5,
    Version: 2.10.6
    really nice plugin . allways usefull . but please update to 1.16.1 that would be fantastic !