Actually, this plugin sets user ID, first and last names and the email of the exactly user in a link or a "iframe" (the same test, embed in your page), pointing to ClassMarker
® test, you just set a shortcode at your page or post. Allows lot of links on single page. Supports unlimited number of shortcodes in your site.
Runs as a generic installation from a ZIP file - upload it in your "Add new plugin" admin page, then activate it. Plugin will be seen as active, but will not be link to plugin's admin page in "Dashboard -> Settings" menu. After few more clicks in Admin area at top of admin pages will be a message from the plugin, you will need to add your account info to my site in the fields, so plugin can check your license, check for new versions etc. After you add your info and submit, it again may need some clicks in Admin area, to run these tasks at background. Then you will find the plugin in "Dashboard -> Settings" menu. Or will be some guiding message - you miss something...
This plugin creates the need HTML link or "iframe" tag with all need info to be possible to submit the names and email of current member (if logged in) to the ClassMarker
®. Just place this shortcode on the page (instead the usual ClassMarker
® HTML code), with need parameters:
[kc_wpcm quiz=quizID iframe=1 frameborder=0 style=width:100%;max-width:700px; height=800]
[kc_wpcm quiz=quizID style=max-width:700px; width=100% height=80px linktext="Run the quiz"]
quiz - [required] You will find quizID in the usual ClassMarker® code, look for "quiz=[here stay the ID]". Copy it.
iframe - [optional] Can be 1, 0 or missing. If it is "1", the shortcode will build an "iframe" (to implement ClassMarker® quiz inside your page), like in the first shortcode. Otherwise will build a link (to go to the ClassMarker® site by click), like in the second shortcode.
frameborder - [optional] If "iframe" is set, this is the "frameborder" parameter of the frame.
style - [optional] Sets CSS style of the produced HTML tag. Note that there is no spaces in the value, and no doublequotes. If you need spaces, you must use doublequotes like in "linktext" parameter.
width - [optional] Sets the "width" of the produced HTML tag.
height - [optional] Sets the "height" of the produced HTML tag.
linktext - [required for links] This is the test of the link, that will be seen on the page. Note the doublequotes, they are need because the text have spaces. If this is a single word, may not be doublequotes. This is a common rule for all the parameters in a shortcode.
You can create as many shortcodes as you need. Also can be more than one shortcode on a page, can be same or different type (frame or link). No way to do a mistake, I think.
[kc_wpcm quiz=1111111111111111 frameborder=0 style="width:100%;max-width:700px;" height=800 iframe=1]
produces the HTML code (when user "Krum" is logged in)
<iframe src="https://www.classmarker.com/online-test/start/?iframe=1&quiz=1111111111111111&cm_user_id=3693&cm_fn=Krum&cm_ln=Cheshmedjievemail@example.com" style="width:100%;max-width:700px;" height="800" frameborder="0"></iframe>
I will be happy to answer any questions, please ask me
None :-) Admin area shows only the instructions at "Usage" section above. There is nothing to set, all your settings you do in the shortcode.