Create and manage Polldaddy polls and ratings from within WordPress.
This plugin is working excellent for me. I can keep track of all my polls, votes and ratings in the dashboard. Light weight and easy tracking!
this poll wants a wordpress.com login for every poll creator which is something I didn't want to do. I never use wordpress.com That seemed to gimp the install for me.
This plugin is a mess. We had to manually delete all API key from the options.php page in order for the plugin to ask us for the new credentials.
When I use the "Top Rated" sidebar widget to show the comments were rated, it always show the HTML tags. Because I also use the "Quote Comments" plugin. Can that just displays the title of the post which contains that comment? ( or just exclude the "Quote content" or "Quote HTMP tags" ) Otherwise, users just see the HTML tags in the sidebar widget. I'm so confused......
sorry about my English.
I'm from Taiwan and I hope this problem can be solved.
Kind of defeats the purpose
For a free version you get almost nothing, you have to tell that you charge 200$/year to see something else we get almost nothing.
Just horrible to use. Nothing seems to work properly. Maybe I'm not doing it right but I have no way to tell because there's nothing in the way of instructions in the interface. You have to just guess at what things do or are supposed to do. Embedding videos or pictures with poll answers doesn't seem to work. There doesn't seem to be any way to customise styles despite this being listed as a feature. And you need to customise the styles because the ones provided are awful and archaic-looking - I remember seeing nicer-looking geocities sites.
I can only assume the free wordpress version is deliberately borked to try and get you to pay for a pro account. Well, it hasn't worked in this case. I'll be steering well clear of polldaddy.
Doesn't play nice with WP_DEBUG.
I got this because it's the one used on wordpress.com. I've only used it for the ratings. Beware: you don't own any of the data collected by this plugin, polldaddy does.
In addition to that, there's limited configuration over the look and feel, I had to use a bunch of very silly css rules and workarounds to just turn certain things off to look better. You can't access the rating data via a theme, so forget about having microformats.
Good if you want to pay $200+ per year.
Crashed it as soon as I activated it.