Anyway Feedback provides simple controller with 2 buttons(Useful and Useless). Users can send feedback to specific post or comment.
What you get is amount of positive feed backs and negative ones per post types. Typical usage is for FAQ. You could know if your FAQs are usefull or not.
Sidebar also supported. You can display sidebar which includes the most popular posts per post type.
If you have some request, feel free to contact me. For experienced developper, I’m waiting for pull requests on github.com.
NOTICE Requires PHP 5.3 and over.
Installation is easy.
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- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- In admin panel, Go to Options > Anyway Feedback and set up with instractions displayed.
- You can customize display and use widget.
- Template tag manual is on admin panel.
- How can I know the feedbacks result?
You can see it on your admin panel. Go to Options > Anyway Feedback.
- Can custom post type FAQ will be registered?
No. If you need some custom post type, you have to register it. There are lots of plugins which register custom post type with GUI. After registration, you can easily add feedback controller to custom post type with Anyway Feedback plugin.
- How can I display feedback results?
There are currently 2 ways. 1st is a feedback controller which displays number of people saying good or not. 2nd is a widget which displays most popular posts per post type.
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Contribuidores e programadores
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Registo de alterações
- Fixed filename bug. Sorry for that.
- Stop warning error.
- Requires PHP 5.3 and over. Name space is so cool! Template tags have backward compatibility.
- Quit using session. Vote history will be stored in Cookie.
- Refine admin screen.
- Fix some style sheet.
- Bug fix. trashed posts will be no longer displayed on widget.
- New Feature Add Google Analytics event tracking. See detail at setting screen.
- Use $_SESSION to avoid user from repeated feedback.
- 1st release.