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[closed] How to use Anspress (4 posts)

  1. biocoder
    Member
    Posted 4 months ago #

    Hi there

    This is a really great plug-in and I want it to use on my WWP-driven website. However, I don't get how I can achieve that. The only thing I know is to create a new page and then set this page as the base page in the settings. However, I don't get how I can add buttons for asking new questions or showing categories or tags pages like here for example: http://legacy.responsibid.com/answers/

    Also, there is claimed to be a demo page (in the other threads) but the link just leads to a page saying "Hello."

    Would you please help me? I'm really willing to stick to this q2a plugin as it looks awesome!

    Thanks!

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/anspress/

  2. nerdaryan
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 4 months ago #

    Hello,

    You can add a custom button using this:

    <a href="<?php echo get_permalink( ap_opt('ask_page') ); ?>">Ask Questions</a>

    If you want to stick to q2a then its not an issue, (and http://legacy.responsibid.com/answers/ is designed by us).

    We are active on both platform, the main reason for developing AnsPress is that many WP user dont want to leave WP.

    Currently AnsPress is actively under development, anspress will be an extendable q&a system for WP.

    Our next version is taking a bit longer cuz we decided to recode everything.

  3. roycegracie
    Member
    Posted 3 months ago #

    go to category.php
    and add at the bottom:
    <?php include(ap_get_theme_location('ask.php')); ?>

  4. SocialLabor
    Member
    Posted 2 months ago #

    Im having the same issue. I want my users to be able to ask a question from each category without having to go to the questions page.

    I do not see a category.php page.

    Will you please advise what can I do to add the ask function to each category?

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