If you have a Word Press blog site you might be interested in knowing about a handy plugin I came across today that lets you construct an interactive quiz.
But rest assured. I am in no way affiliated with the developers of the plugin and have nothing to gain if you decide to use it.
I just thought it might be helpful to pass along the information.
The plugin is called WATU and can be found here. They provide a free “light” version and a not-free version. So far I’ve been using the free version with pretty good success (the link provided is the free version).
Here’s what got me started looking for a plugin like this.
I run a web site unrelated to my real estate investment software called “Learn the Revelation” that I wanted to develop some interaction with my visitors. I opted to include a quiz visitors can take after each of my articles but preferred not to program the form myself. After some searching I discovered this plugin.
I’ve only just begun to implement it so I’m still learning it. But it’s not that difficult to use. If you care to, you can see the one quiz I created thus far at Chapter1 Study Questions.
Again, I’m just passing on what I uncovered today in the hopes it might help you with your own Word Press web site. Please direct all questions to the WATU developer (hey, that’s what I have to do, too).