myCRED is an adaptive points management system that lets you award / charge your users for interacting with your WordPress powered website.
If you are using YOOtheme's Radience Theme, please make sure you backup your database before installing myCRED.
I felt that todays WordPress community lacks a flexible points management system. Existing system often feel restrictive, stale or lack support for popular plugins.
So I built an adaptive plugin which gives it’s users full control on how points are awarded, used, traded, managed, logged and presented. Built on the "opt-in" principle, it is up to you what features you want to use and how. If your WordPress installation does not support a feature it is hidden from you to keep things clean and simple.
myCRED comes packed with features along with built-in support for some of the most popular WordPress plugins out there. But of course myCRED does not support everything out of the box so I have documented as much as possible in the myCRED codex and you can find several tutorials that can help you better acquaint yourself with myCRED.
I am here to help where ever I can but please remember that right now this is a one man show and I do need an occasional coffee break.
myCRED hooks are instances where you award or deduct points from a user. By default you can award point for: registrations, logins, content publishing, commenting, clicking on links and viewing YouTube videos. You can find more information on built-in hooks here.
myCRED add-ons allows you to enable more complex features that is not just about awarding / deducting points. Features include: Sell Content with points, Buy points for real money, Transfer points between users, award ranks according to points balances. You can find a complete list of built-in and premium add-ons here.
If you are comfortable with PHP or have some experience with customising your WordPress installation, I have documented as much as possible of myCRED in the Codex.
Requires: 3.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.0
Last Updated: 2014-9-11
10 of 30 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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