The WordPress Plugin

by Christopher Pam

UPDATE: APRIL 17 2015

With the advent of the iPerceptions Universal Code, which simplifies the process of implementing multiple projects on your website, please note that our plugins for implementing the iPerceptions code will no longer be supported.  To learn more about our Universal Code, please check out this section of our support forum.

 

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UPDATED: May 31 2013

Click here to view an iPerceptions blog post with regards to this plug-in, and also for more instructions about how to install this plugin.  

If you have any questions and would like more information about this plug-in, please feel free to click here to create a Support ticket.  

Thanks,

 

Phil A.

The iPerceptions Team

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UPDATED: May 10 2013

We have just released a new update for the iPerceptions plug-in for WordPress, which you can obtain by clicking here!  

When wanting to implement the iPerceptions script on a WordPress website, this plug-in allows you to easily determine whether to invite your visitors when they reach any page within your website, or only on certain pages.  

Note that this updated version of the plug-in requires version 3.0 of WordPress or higher.  

Click here to learn more about how to install this plug-in, or please feel free to create a Support ticket if you have questions.  

Thanks,

 

Phil A.

The iPerceptions Team

 

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In order to make launching a survey easier, we have created a plugin for WordPress. The plugin can be obtained here:

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/4q-survey/

After you install the plugin, you will need to obtain the invitation Javascript from within the portal ( by logging into your account and accessing the "Publish" section). Paste this code into the box located within the Survey Plugin interface and press save.

There are 2 ways to propagate the code to your website. If you want to invite the user from all pages (essentially placing the script in the global footer), toggle the check box on the Survey Plugin configuration page.

If you would rather deploy the survey on a page by page basis, you will need to access the page in question and toggle the check mark in the Survey box on the given "Edit Page" interface.

If you have any questions or run into any problems, please don't hesitate to create a support ticket or add a post to this thread.

Thanks,

Christopher Pam
The iPerceptions Team

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