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  <h2>Wordpress Simple Survey - Help</h2>
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    <p class="select">WordPress Simple Survey</p>
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      <li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.steele-agency.com/2010/08/wordpress-simple-survey/">Project Home Page</a>|</li>
      <li><a target="_blank" href="http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-simple-survey/">WordPress Plugins Directory Page</a>|</li>
      <li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.steele-agency.com/">&copy;Steele Agency, Inc.</a></li>                 
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      <p>Make a small donation to further the development of this project.</p>
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    <p><strong>WordPress Simple Survey</strong> is a plugin that allows for the creation of a survey, quiz, poll, or questionnaire and the tracking of user submissions.</p>
    </p>Scores, Names, and Results can be recorded, emailed, and displayed in the WordPress backend. Custom fields can be created to allow tracking of custom information. The plugin is jQuery based which allows users to seamlessly and in a graphically appealing manner, take the quiz without reloading the page. The survey answers are weighted so that some questions or answers can count more than others. Once a quiz is submitted, the user is taken to a predefined URL based on their score range. This URL can be a previously setup page within WordPress or to a third party website containing pertinent information related to the user's score. Users can also be routed to WordPress pages that have their score and answers.</p>
    <p>The Extended version can be purchased <a href="http://www.steele-agency.com/2011/04/wordpress-simple-survey-extended">here</a>.</p>
  
    <h2>Features</h2>
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        <th>Feature</th>
        <th>WordPress Simple Survey</th>
        <th>WordPress Simple Survey - Extended</th>
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        <th>Feature</th>
        <th>WordPress Simple Survey</th>
        <th>WordPress Simple Survey - Extended</th>
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          <td>Store Quiz Results In Database</td>
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          <td>View Quiz Results Summary</td>
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          <td>Email Each Quiz Result To Admin</td>
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          <td>Auto-Respond to users</td>
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          <td>Multiple answers per question</td>
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          <td>Multiple Quizzes</td>
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          <td>Put users score on routed-to page</td>
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          <td>Export Results</td>
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          <td>Delete/Clear Results</td>
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    <h2>Creating A Quiz</h2>
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      <li>Click 'WPSS - Setup' and fill out a new quiz including the Quiz Options, Questions and Answers, and Routing-To information.</li>    
      <li>Put [wp-simple-survey-N] into a WordPress page or post, where N is the quiz ID given at the top and bottom of the quiz setup page.</li>
      <li>Routes can be split up in numerous ways:
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          <li>Multiple pages and multiple ranges.</li>      
          <li>Two pages and two ranges (Pass or Fail).</li>                
          <li>One page (Thanks for taking our survey).</li>                
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    <h2>Tracking data</h2>
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      <li>Each submission can be sent to an admin email address.</li>    
      <li>An Auto-Respond can be setup for each submission so that if a user enters a valid email address, they can be sent a message along with their score and answers.</li>         
      <li>Results can be stored in the database for later examination and export.</li>
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    <h2>Displaying Results to the User</h2>
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      <li>The auto-response email can contain the user's score and anwsers by using the tags:
        <ul>
          <li>[score] for the user's score</li>
          <li>[answers] for the user's question and answer summary</li>
          <li>[quiztitle] for the title of the quiz that the user took</li>
          <li>[routed] for the location that the user was routed to based on their score</li>                            
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      <li>The user's landing page (the routed-to page after quiz completion) can contain the user's score adn quiz summary by using the tags:
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          <li>[wp-simple-survey-score]</li>
          <li>[wp-simple-survey-answers]</li>
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    <h2>Common Issues</h2>
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      <li>Multiple jQuery's being loaded - check your page source and look for multiple jquery.js being loaded. Web apps like WordPress have functions to ensure that only one version of a particular Javascript library is loaded. Unfortunately plugin and theme developers can't seem to understand this! See <a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_enqueue_script">http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_enqueue_script</a></li>
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