Testimonials Plugin for WordPress v1.4
The latest update to my Testimonials Plugin for WordPress has received some serious love. In version 1.4, the plugin received an updated style for the testimonial submission form, YouTube video support, visitor URL, pagination, one-click updating, and more.
How it works
This plugin is extremely simple to use. Create a page on your WordPress blog and place the testimonials form within the page using the provided shortcode. Visitors can then submit a testimonial from your new page leaving their name, email address, testimonial, with a optional photo, YouTube video, and website URL. If they don’t leave a photo, then the plugin will try using their Gravatar, if available.
After the visitor submits their testimonial, you will receive an email notification, and the testimonial is placed into a Pending Status waiting for your review. Once you review the testimonial, you can publish it onto your Testimonials page that you’ve created.
Testimonials Plugin In Action
If you’d like to see the testimonials plugin in action, then leave me a testimonial.