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Earlier this year, NRKbeta, the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation’s media and technology site, open sourced its comment quiz plugin for Word Press.The site’s publishers have been experimenting with requiring their readers to complete a short, three-question quiz before giving access to the comment form on certain articles.This quick guide will show you how to download, install and setup the Envato Word Press Toolkit plugin (we also made an Envato Word Press Toolkit Video Guide if you’d prefer to watch rather than read). Envato will create a random 32 character API key for you to use.Before you install the plugin, you should request your Envato API key since it can take anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours for the key to be recognized. You can create multiple keys if you need to (some users prefer to do this if they are installing each theme purchase on a different domain).There is also a service called Word which lets you get started with a new and free Word Press-based blog in seconds, but varies in several ways and is less flexible than the Word Press you download and install yourself.Word Press started as just a blogging system, but has evolved to be used as full content management system and so much more through the thousands of plugins and widgets and themes, Word Press is limited only by your imagination.Millions of people use Word Press themes, and many users and developers choose to purchase premium themes from Themeforest.
“It seems many take the quiz to check how much they remember from the story – and not necessarily to leave a comment.
The goal of the plugin was to prevent rants and off-topic responses by ensuring that commenters have read the article.
NRKbeta has published some preliminary results after six months of experimenting with a mandatory quiz before commenting.
You install the Envato Word Press Toolkit just like any other plugin.
Login to you Word Press dashboard and navigate to the plugins section. Browse for the plugin file you downloaded from Github (it should be named “envato-wordpress-toolkit-master.zip” or something similar). Once installed and active you should see an Envato Toolkit menu item in your dashboard.
Everything you see here, from the documentation to the code itself, was created by and for the community.