Are you looking for survey extensions for your WordPress website? Or trying to find an easy plugin to put surveys, questionnaires, or forms onto your site? Well, we would like to tell you to “stop searching!” 😉 your best possible solution is here!
This tutorial shows you how to embed surveys and forms on your WordPress site, without using any plugins or extensions. To add online surveys to your WordPress site, all you need is a free account on SurveyLegend, and a passion for quality. First we will explain the advantages of using SurveyLegend, and then show you how to easily embed surveys and forms inside WordPress posts!
What are the advantages of using SurveyLegend on your WordPress site? Well, if you are a WordPress webmaster, you know that most of the problems happen when you update your WordPress core to a newer version. All of a sudden, your installed WordPress extensions stop working and mess everything up because they are not compatible with the new version of WordPress. In some cases the extensions are incompatible with one another and also can cause problems. In such conditions, it’s not usually so easy to get hold of the support team behind the buggy extensions, and there is no guarantee that new compatible versions of the form or survey extension get published soon. All in all, these things can make so much unnecessary headache. Therefore, many web designers try to avoid plugins as much as they can.
But if you embed a SurveyLegend questionnaire into your WordPress site, you will not have any of these issues. This is because your surveys or forms will not be directly stored on your site. You embed your created survey on your site, but indeed your survey is safely located on our servers. Therefore, it will never conflict with newer WordPress versions or any other app running on your site.
So, in short, the advantages are:
Are you looking for survey extensions for your Joomla web site? Or trying to find an easy plugin to put surveys, questionnaires, or forms onto your site? Well, we would like to tell you to “stop searching!” 😉 your best possible solution is here!
This tutorial shows you how to embed surveys and forms on your Joomla! web site, without using any plugins or extensions. To add online surveys to your Joomla site (preferably version 2 or higher), all you need is a free account on SurveyLegend. Here we will talk about the advantages of using SurveyLegend, and then explain how to embed surveys and forms inside Joomla articles; and finally, we will show you how to have a survey in Joomla module positions.
What are the advantages of using SurveyLegend on your Joomla! site? Well, if you are a Joomla webmaster, you know that most of the problems happen when you update your Joomla core to a newer version. All of a sudden, your installed Joomla extensions stop working and mess everything up because they are not compatible with the new version of Joomla! Or sometimes the extensions are incompatible with one another and cause problems. These are headaches that you won’t have if you use SurveyLegend to create online surveys for your Joomla powered site. This is because your surveys will not be directly on your site. You embed your created survey on your site, but indeed your survey is safely located on our servers. Therefore, it will never conflict with newer Joomla versions or any other app running on your site.
So, in short, the advantages are:
Well, you already know how to make an online survey or form, after creating your free account at SurveyLegend. It’s unbelievably easy! But if you need help, just have a look at our User Guide, where you can learn about all your legendary survey powers.
The last step in creating your online survey (the “Share” step) is where you get a link to your survey, for sharing or sending online. But, of course, one of the ways of publishing your survey is to embed it in a web page. For example, this could be in a blog post, or an article in your WordPress or Joomla site.
To embed surveys in your site, you want to use an “IFrame”. An iFrame (Inline Frame) is an HTML document embedded inside another HTML document on a web site or blog. This method gives you control over the height and width in the actual embed code. It is the most reliable method for displaying a survey on your web site.
Our app automatically generates the iFrame embed code for you and you can simply copy the code, which you will find in the share step, and paste it into any web page, blog post, or website that you want.
What you need to do is:
If you need to adjust the size of the iframe in which your survey will appear, you can modify its width or height as you wish. In our example code, the width is set to 100% (width=“100%”), which means the survey will horizonally cover the entire page in which it appears.
If you want, you can change to other percentage or pixel values. For example, width: 700px; will make a container for your survey which is 700 pixels wide, width: 70%; will make a container for your survey which covers 70% of the width of the page it is shown in.
But we recommend you use width:100%; especially if you are using a mobile-friendly template for your site. This ensures that when your site users load your survey page, they will see a mobile-friendly version of the survey too.
The height of the iframe depends upon the height of your survey questions. Generally it’s better to avoid long surveys, by incorporating “Page breaks” in your survey. So if you have a small and tidy survey, adjust the height of your survey according to that. For example, in the iframe code, you can change the height to 700 pixels like this: height=“700px”;
You can show us your surveys when you embed them in your site, and don’t hesitate to ask us questions if you need further help.
To learn more about embedding surveys into your WordPress or Joomla website, pleas have a look at the following articles:
Writing survey questions like an expert guarantees reliable and accurate survey data. Read, enjoy and share this eGuide on writing perfect survey questions.
Surveys help everyone to make wiser decisions. It doesn’t matter what the question is, how big or how small, or if it has an impact on a personal or a public level… In any case, an informed decision is better than a blind one.
If you want to make a professional survey with the world’s best online survey tool – SurveyLegend – you need the world’s best guide for writing professional survey questions as well. We believe that sharing our expertise with you will ensure that you get reliable data; and accordingly make the world’s best decisions.
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A “rating scale” is a set of answers designed with the aim of collecting information about a quantitative or a qualitative attribute. Some common examples of rating scales in social sciences, particularly psychology are the “likert-type scales” in which a person selects an statement among several statement or “1-10 rating scales” in which a person selects the number which is considered to reflect the perceived quality of the asked subject.
Additionally, in interactive environments such as the web, “Rating stars”, “Thumbs up and down” and “Sliders” can be considered as Rating scale types of questions. Such rating scales are used widely online in websites, blogs, websites and online surveys, in an attempt to provide indications of consumer or users opinions of products or services.
When you use the rating scale questions in your surveys, you require the raters (survey participants) to assign a value -which can be even numeric-, to the rated object, or to some attributes of it.
A Likert scale provides a great way of measuring attitudes, knowledge, perceptions, values, and behavioral changes. A Likert-type scale involves a series of statements that survey respondents may choose from, in order to rate their responses to evaluative questions.
This type of question is very useful when you need an overall measurement of a particular topic, opinion or experience. When you use these questions, simultaneously you can collect data on contributing factors. It is very common to use likert-type scales when researchers want to evaluate the level of satisfaction for a recent shopping or visiting experience.
We have redesigned the Likert questions from scratch. They are not only mobile-friendly, but also allow you to add unlimited numbers of Likert Items. Feel free to try the question type out in your next online surveys. Read more about our Liker Scale table.
Here are some examples that show you how you can ask such questions in your online surveys: