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BWP Polldaddy Polls Released!

Support for this plugin has been moved to the BWP Community!

Hi guys! My 5th plugin, BWP Polldaddy, is now available for download. This plugin helps you add Polldaddy Polls to your WordPress website easily. This plugin focuses on the front end, i.e. you edit your polls on polldaddy.com and you choose how to show them on your website.

Features at a glance

  • Simple, lightweight and easy to use
  • Allows you to update your polls manually or automatically using a configurable time settings
  • Offers SSL support for paid Polldaddy accounts
  • Widget-ready
  • Shortcode-ready
  • Template functions ready
  • Allows you to show polls based on their IDs, their creation date or their numbers of responses, and you can also sort polls the way you want
  • WordPress Multi-site compatible (not tested with WPMU)

The initial version is 1.0.0 and you can find detailed information as well as download links on this page: wordpress-plugins/bwp-polldaddy/

Please report any bugs by posting a comment below. Thank you!

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6 Opinions for BWP Polldaddy Polls Released!

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    Mike May 21, 2011 at 8:54 am – Permalink

    Great work. However I have a bug to report. orderby=’created’ does not work. It doesn’t work in the widget (By time of creation) and it doesn’t work by the shortcode either. But all the other orderby functions work so it seems this is just a bug specific to ‘created’. Looks like it will do exactly what I was looking for when that gets fixed so I’m really looking forward to it! Great job. Thanks.

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      OddOneOut May 21, 2011 at 2:25 pm – Permalink

      Thanks for the bug report, Mike. In the meantime, you can use orderby='id' and it will work just like orderby='created' because each time you create a new poll, the id is increased :).

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        Mike May 22, 2011 at 3:19 am – Permalink

        Awesome. Thanks!

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    hollsk August 4, 2011 at 3:18 am – Permalink

    Looks like a perfect plugin! But I’m having some issues getting it to connect to Polldaddy. After adding the API key, the autogenerated user code returns this error from the server:

    Polldaddy Error: User Code Invalid, 846

    I’ve tried a couple of different API keys just in case but they all produce the same error. Using WP 3.2.1. Any ideas what the problem might be?

    Thanks!

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      OddOneOut August 4, 2011 at 3:35 pm – Permalink

      Hi hollsk,

      Please use the contact form and send me screenshot of your BWP Polldaddy admin page. Also, if possible, please send me some API keys you have used so I may test them too.

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        hollsk August 8, 2011 at 1:44 am – Permalink

        Thank you for help!! 😀

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