SlickQuiz is a plugin for displaying and managing pretty, dynamic quizzes. It uses the SlickQuiz jQuery plugin.
The quiz Preview opens in a popup window. You may need to allow popups for the domain in your browser. Check the URL bar for a popup-blocked indicator and click it for more information.
There are a lot of reasons this could be happening - usually there is an issue with the theme or a conflict with another plugin. Here are a few things to look for:
footer.phptemplate contains the following code snippet - this ensures that plugins are able to add necessary code to the page.
<?php wp_footer(); ?>
Command ⌘key in place of
CTRL). Once you've got it open, look for anything in red - it will all look pretty foreign, but if you see anything in red, scan the text for keywords that might indicate the plugin the error is coming from. Try disabling those plugins and then see if the quiz loads.
You may have pasted the shortcode into the "Visual" mode of the page / post text editor, which may have wrapped the shortcode in extra, unnecessary
To check for this, go to the edit view of the post or page where you entered the shortcode and toggle the editor to "Text" mode (this option is the 2nd tab in the upper right of the text editor). Now, look for your shortcode and remove any
<code> tags that may be surrounding it.
If you do not find any
code tags, there may be other CSS conflicts with your theme to address. Please create a new support ticket with the details of your issue.
Yes, you can place any HTML tags that you like within any of the content fields. For images, get the URL of the image you want to add, and use something like the following to add the image to a content area:
Yes, if you "Enable sharing buttons" from the SlickQuiz Options page, your users will have a button to email their results at the end of the quiz. Currently, this feature does not capture all answers - only the user's overall score and ranking.
Each Facebook Open Graph meta data tag that you enter should look something like this:
<meta property="og:image" content="http://www.xxx.com/images/xxx.jpg" />
Nope, things will break. This might happen if you place the same quiz within multiple blog posts and more than one of those posts is displayed on the page.
Checkout the SlickQuiz WordPress Support forum to see if someone else has experienced your issue, the answer might already be there; if not - please create a new support ticket!
Also, see the SlickQuiz Issues page on Github for a complete list of upcoming features and bug fixes, and feel free to add your own ideas!
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.1.5
Last Updated: 2015-1-2
Active Installs: 5,000+
0 of 7 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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