Support » Plugin: Achievements for WordPress » Would it be possible to set an achievement when you visit a certain page?

  • Resolved Unit9

    (@unit9)


    Hi Paul and everyone else 😀

    Would it be at all possible to set an achievement to activate when someone visits a certain page?

    Even if I have to code some php or javascript to do it – would that be possible? 😀

    Thanks!

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/achievements/

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  • Plugin Author Paul Gibbs

    (@djpaul)

    Not supported in the box, but you could probably code something together. If you’ve some PHP/WordPress dev experience, then http://achievementsapp.com/developers/adding-other-plugins/ should help you get started building an Achievements extension.

    Unit9

    (@unit9)

    Thanks so much for your reply Paul. 😀

    Your achievement is so awesome I don’t want to start creating my own! I was just wondering if there was any way I could teak some code to activate an achievement in your plugin when someone accesses a page.

    But thanks for your reply and have a great weekend! 😀

    Plugin Author Paul Gibbs

    (@djpaul)

    Right, that’s what I meant. You can add support for more event types to Achievements; you need to have some PHP/WordPress dev experience, but if you do, you can get started at the link I put in my last post. 🙂

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