I am using the WP PR widget but I don’t know how to use the time range.
I want it to display Highest rated from all time (undefined time range) but I have tried filling up the “Time Range” field with 1 day, 1 week, 1 month, leaving it empty but I see no changes in the widget, it shows always the same rating.
I can’t reproduce this on my end. Do you have enough ratings to do a time range that makes sense?
I want to show the highest rated of all times.
In the widget I chose “Highest Rated” so I dont have to put anything in the time range field, right?
About 2.476 users voted my posts and I only have 59 posts (average 50 ratings per post). Yet when I hover over the stars it says “4 votes, average…” so I guess its showing the wrong statistics.
juegosnick.net (it s in spanish)
And this are the widget settings
sorry I need the site not the image. The highrest rated is sorted by avg. So if u got 1 vote that has 5 star, it will still be on top 10 posts that has 4 stars.
Yes, but as I said, in average, each post has benn voted 50 times, so the first one in the top should said “50 votes” (or more).
The url is in my previous post, but here it goes again:
By the way, the widget title is “Los mas votados”
How about you try most rated instead of highest rated? Does it show those posts with 50 and above?
Yes, that one shows this
Beck domador de olas - 468 votes Jade y los zombies - 302 votes Quien eres en Hollywood A... - 233 votes La audicion de los platin... - 217 votes La limpieza de aliens de ... - 199 votes
But I wanted to show stars 🙂
For your post “http://juegosnick.net/victorious/beck-domador-de-olas/” you have 400+ votes but the avg is only 4.22 stars and hence it is not within the top 5 because all your top 5 posts have a 5 star rating.
As mentioned earlier, 5 stars rating with 1 vote is still higher than 4.22 star rating with 400+ votes.
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