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  1. OpenAttribute

    Allows a user to add licensing and attribution information into a blog post / WordPress powered site.

    OpenAttribute allows you to add licensing information to your WordPress site and individual blogs. It places information into posts and RSS feeds as well as other user friendly features. This plugin is an part of the OpenAttribute project which is part of Mozilla Drumbeat.

    Please see http://www.pgogy.com and http://www.pgogy.com/code/groups/wordpress/open-attribute/ for support as well.

    This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.


    1. Upload the contents of the zip (including the folder - called 'openattribute-for-wordpress') to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    3. Visit the settings page for the plugin - No other configuration is required.

    We are a new plugin - so no questions so far. Perhaps try http://openattribute.com for more info.

    1. openattribute-for-wordpress screenshot 1


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    Fixed licence listing bug. Thanks to Phil Barker


    • Sorted popup display issue.


    • Bug fix for attribution link HTML


    • Bug fix for attribution button


    • New management features for when to display attribution and alternative button


    • Widget fix


    • Neater admin panel, support for multisite authors


    • Slight change to instructions on installation


    • More initial bug fixes released.


    • Initial bug fixes released.


    • This is the first version we have distributed - no changes have been made post this initial release as of yet.
    Posted: 5 years ago #
  2. ugurcem

    PTest enables WordPress site owners to create personality tests and serve these tests to visitors very easily.

    PTest enables WordPress site owners to create personality tests and serve these tests to visitors very easily. This plugin is more appropriate for ipsative tests; however it is also possible to implement normative tests with some re-interpretation.

    1. Install & Activate the plugin

    2. Click "Add New Test". Write a name and description for your test. Write each pole, provide a description and also provide the related opposite pole. When you are finished, save the test.

    3. From the "Edit Tests" screen, click on "Add/Edit/Delete Questions" link and then "Add a New Question" link. Write your question and answers. Indicate the pole, to which each answer is refering. When you are finished, save the question. Repeat this step to add all the questions.

    4. To add the test to your blog, insert the code [PTEST ID] into a post. ID is the test ID, where you can see from "Edit Test" page. See overview section in the plugin menu for more information.

    How can I find more information about PTest?

    Check plugin homepage: http://www.e-ucy.com/ptest

    Is there a sample that I can see how to use PTest?

    Plugin homepage includes a tutorial and a sample test.

    1. ptest-personality-tests-for-wordpress screenshot 1

      Screenshot Add New Test

    2. ptest-personality-tests-for-wordpress screenshot 2

      Screenshot Add/Edit/Delete Questions


    • Sum small bugs have been corrected
    • Overview page has been updated


    • A bug in question editing page has been fixed


    • Sum small bugs have been corrected


    • First release


    This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

    This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

    You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  3. Jan Reimers


    ah, nice. really looking forward to it

    Posted: 2 years ago #

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