A quick and easy quiz plugin to present a set of questions to your reader and let them check the answers.
This plugin is the simplest quiz plugin you can imagine. To use it, you include a set of statements between the shorttags
[ezquiz][/ezquiz] in a post. The statements will be neatly rendered as a true or false quiz. Note that all the right answers are, by default, true.
Create a new post on your test blog with the following content.
This is a quiz about the wonderful WordPress blogging platform. [ezquiz] title:WordPress is free and priceless WordPress is priceless. WordPress is free. [/ezquiz] If you agree with these statements, you are a good man.
Publish it and browse to the published page.
This creates a quiz with two true-or-false questions. The answers for both questions are "True".
Here we go:
This is a quiz about the wonderful WordPress blogging platform. [ezquiz] title:WordPress is free and priceless help: All things good about WordPress q: WordPress is priceless. a: true q: WordPress is free. a: true q: WordPress is worthless. a: false [/ezquiz] If you agree with these statements, you are a good man.
Each line within the
[ezquiz]...[/ezquiz] block contains a label (like
title:) and some text. It may be easiest to cut and paste the example above on a test page and see how it is rendered.
title: lets you specify a title for your quiz page. If you don't specify it, the title defaults to "Easy Quiz".
help: label is a little help text to your readers. Its default value is "Choose True or False. At the end of the quiz, you will get your score."
question:) is optional. It is to specify a question. You could just give statements, which will be rendered as questions.
The answer (with a label
answer:) is optional as well. If you don't give an answer, it is assumed to be true. In other words, the question statement is assumed to be true. The possible values are true or false (in lowercase).
Please see the FAQ section at the plugin page.
Requires: 3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.1
Last Updated: 2013-12-19
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