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Ask Question


1.This plugin when activated, creates a box in the post and page editor screens,
this box contains a checkbox asking the author of the post or the page whether he/she wants the users of the site to ask questions about the content of the post/page or not.
2.Checking the checkbox creates a link with title ask question in the post/page view which displays a nice cool looking ajax pop-up form that allows the user to enter his name, e-mail address, phone number and the body of the question.
The plugin first validates the e-mail address and then sends e-mail to the post/page author with the user entered data.


  • screenshot-1.png shows the box containing the ask question checkbox after the plugin is activated.
  • screenshot-2.png shows the post/page ask question link after you check the checkbox.
  • screenshot-3.png shows the form which collects the your data.
  • screenshot-4.png shows an error message when the e-mail address is not a valid e-mail.
  • screenshot-5.png shows the form after data is entered into the fields .


  1. Upload the ask_question folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go to post/page in the administration panel.


What’s the benefit from using this plugin?

1.The plugin gives you the ability to receive user feedback about your content.
2.You can help users who have misunderstanding about your content.

Contributors & Developers

“Ask Question” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • Initial release