Thumbs Rating does what you'd expect. It allows you to add a thumbs up/down to your content (posts, pages, custom post types...).
You must specify where do you want to show the thumbs within your theme, check out the Installation instructions.
Absolutely. Check out the CSS within the plugin (thumbs-rating/css/style.css) and override the classes from your theme's style.css file.
If the post/page has 0 votes for the column your trying to sort, WordPress hides it. It only shows the posts/pages with at least +1 or -1 votes.
Paste the following snippets inside the loop:
<?=function_exists('thumbs_rating_show_up_votes') ? thumbs_rating_show_up_votes() : ''?>
<?=function_exists('thumbs_rating_show_down_votes') ? thumbs_rating_show_down_votes() : ''?>
(Both functions accept the post ID as a parameter in case you need it)
The shortcode [thumbs_rating_top] accept the following parameters:
Here's an example using some parameters:
[thumbs_rating_top type="positive" posts_per_page="10" post_type="post" show_votes="no"]
You might need to allow shortcodes in that sections, here's how.
Requires: 3.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.0.1
Last Updated: 2014-9-22
Active Installs: 2,000+
5 of 9 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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