Collect and display testimonials from your customers. This is a fork of GC Testimonials that adds many new features.
|Author:||Chris Dillon (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.7|
|WordPress version tested:||4.9.7|
|Added to WordPress repository:||21-05-2014|
|Total downloads:||742 436|
|Active installs:||50 000+|
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Admin list table
- Go to Plugins > Add New.
- Search for “strong testimonials”.
- Click “Install Now”.
- Download the zip file.
- Upload the zip file via Plugins > Add New > Upload.
Activate the plugin. Look for “Testimonials” in the admin menu.
What are the shortcodes?
[testimonial_view] – To display your testimonials as a list or a slideshow, or to display the form. The first step is to create a view which manages all the options in an easy-to-use (some call it fun!) editor.
[testimonial_count] – To display the number of testimonials you have. For example:
Read some of our [testimonial_count] testimonials!
[testimonial_average_rating] – To display the average rating of all your testimonials. Includes stars! (Documentation coming soon.)
Can I add testimonials from YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook?
Can I change the fields on the form?
Yes. There is a custom fields editor to add or remove fields, change field details, and drag-and-drop to reorder them.
After the form has been submitted, can I redirect them to another page or display a custom message?
Yes and yes.
Can I set the status of the newly submitted testimonial?
Yes, either pending or published.
Can I reorder my testimonials by drag and drop?
Can I change the fields that appear below the testimonial?
Yes. In views, change these custom fields in a few clicks.
Can I display a large version of the featured image in a popup?
Yes. This requires a lightbox so if your theme does not include one, you will need a lightbox plugin.
Will it automatically use my existing testimonials?
No. If you already have testimonials in another plugin or theme, you will have to re-enter them. Why? Because every theme and plugin stores data differently.
Is it true that including a link to my site in my support requests really helps you troubleshoot problems?
This screenshot shows where I immediately start looking for clues before asking for more information and potentially waiting hours or days for a response (it happens).
If you prefer, start a private support ticket at support.strongplugins.com.
2.31.9 – July 17, 2018
- Fix compatbility issue with Gutenberg.
- Fix bug in average rating calculation.
- Fix CSS columns for recent browser updates.
- Fix bug in lazy-loading compatibility option.
- Improve theme compatibility.
- Add filter on form submit button CSS class.
2.31.8 – June 16, 2018
- Fix “wait” spinner in unstyled form template.
- On forms, only show required symbol if field label is shown.
- Refactor inline style method.
- Improve exception handling.
2.31.7 – June 7, 2018
2.31.6 – June 2, 2018
- Fix bug when adding a custom field in view editor.
2.31.5 – June 1, 2018
- Fix XSS vulnerablilities reported by DefenseCode using Thunderscan.
- Add spinner UI element while form is being submitted to deter visitor from navigating away.
- Minor admin UI improvements.
2.31.4 – May 22, 2018
- Add integration with WordPress privacy exporter and eraser features.
2.31.3 – May 19, 2018
- Fix missing submit button.
2.31.2 – May 18, 2018
- Fix bug in average rating half-star.
2.31.1 – May 15, 2018
- Fix conflict with Review Markup add-on.
2.31 – May 15, 2018
- Add compatibility option for script controller.
- Add compatibility option for lazy loading images.
- Minor template style tweaks for small screens.
- Use empty star icon instead of full icon in different color.
- Change default message “Required field” to “Required”.
- Improve exception handling.
- Improve Pjax compatibility.
- Add console logging for slider when
- Minor admin style tweaks.
2.30.9 – May 6, 2018
- Fix bug in add-on activation process.
2.30.8 – April 26, 2018
- Fix incorrect text domains.
- Fix bug in form validation translation files.
- Remove obsolete German translation.
- Update translation files.
- Refactor the submit buttons on settings pages.
2.30.7 – April 23, 2018
- Fix bug in front-end controller script.
2.30.6 – April 17, 2018
- Improve embeds in Masonry layout.
[testimonial_count category]shortcode in Properties add-on.
- Update the EDD license updater class.
- Improve notification email admin UI.
- Improve notification email message when custom fields are blank.
2.30.5 – April 9, 2018
- Fix bug when email field is not required.
- Fix display of templates in view editor when theme/add-on templates are present.
- Fix inconsistent use of filter on default view settings.
- Improve compatibility with themes and thumbnail column in admin list.
- Improve compatibility with installation scripts (table creation).
- Improve check for missing add-on license.
- Add front-end “Nothing found” message for administrators.
- Add data attribute ‘count’ for found_posts to view container for troubleshooting.
- Add filter on
- Add ability to capture notification email on localhost.
- Revive a logger class.
- Minor admin UI tweaks.
2.30.4 – Mar 20, 2018
- Fix bug in slider in Firefox 59.
2.30.3 – Mar 16, 2018
- Improve slider script compatibility (event propagation).
2.30.2 – Mar 11, 2018
- Fix backwards-compatibility for WordPress versions 4.5 and older.
2.30.1 – Mar 6, 2018
- Fix minor bug in PHP7 compatibility.
- Improve real-time validation in fields editor.
- Minor CSS fixes.
2.30.0 – Feb 10, 2018
- Add option for font color in view editor.
- Add option for a custom CSS class on the image link for lightboxes.
- Add shortcode attributes for post_ids, category, order, and count.
is_email()to validate email addresses.
number_format_i18n()in testimonial_count shortcode.
- Refactor template groups into base templates with options.
- Add option to disable touch swipe navigation in slideshows.
- Simplify slideshow CSS.
- Fix bug in slider script in Chrome.
See changelog.txt for previous versions.