You can add a rating form to any post or page using shortcode [mr_rating_form].

Please rate this

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Submit Rating

Here are the rating results using shortcode [mr_rating_result]: 3.81/5 (1,970)

You can setup the plugin to inject the rating form and rating results automatically on every post or page. Notice the rating results are shown alongside the post title above.

Here are the top rating results using shortcode [mr_rating_results_list].

Ratings

1 Demo Page (Free version)
3.81/5 (1,970)

There are several attributes you can add to each shortcode to customize the output. E.g. [mr_rating_results_list result_type=”percentage” show_rank=”false” title=”My Custom Title Top Ratings” show_featured_img=”true” show_category_filter=”false” limit=”5″ image_size=”Multi Rating Pro Thumbnail”]

Free Version

  1. 5 star ratings, percentage and score results
  2. Multiple rating criteria and questions using star ratings, select drop-down lists and radio buttons to choose answers from
  3. Font Awesome used for star icons or upload your custom own star images to use instead
  4. Shortcodes and widgets to display the rating form and rating results
  5. Shortcode and widget to display a list of rating results (sort by highest rated, lowest rated, most entries, post title ascending or post title descending)
  6. Ability to add schema.org microdata to show the aggregate ratings in search engine results as rich snippets
  7. View the rating results, entries and selected values in the WP-admin
  8. Apply weights to rating items to adjust the overall rating results
  9. Automatic placement settings to display the rating form and rating results on every post in different positions
  10. Meta-box on the edit post page to override the default automatic placement settings
  11. Settings to enable post types, turn on duplicate check validation, custom text and apply different styles etc…
  12. Graphical reports on the number of entries per day
  13. Tools to export rating results to CSV file
  14. Edit ratings in WP-admin (Editor & Administrator user roles only)
  15. Developer friendly
  16. 18n translation ready and WPML support
  17. In-built template system for customization
  18. All data stoted in your own WordPress database – no signup required!

Pro Version

  1. Unlimited rating forms
  2. Ratings moderation (approve or unapprove rating entries)
  3. WordPress comment system integration
  4. Logged in users can update or delete their existing ratings
  5. Bayesian average ratings
  6. Add common review fields to the rating form including title, name, e-mail and comments
  7. Add custom fields to the rating form to collect additional information
  8. Show a list of rating entry details in a review layout
  9. Show a breakdown of rating item results in a poll layout
  10. Show text labels for rating item options instead of numbers
  11. Extra shortcodes and widgets (e.g. reviews, user ratings dashboard and rating item results)
  12. Filters to set different rating forms and override auto placement settings for specific taxonomies, terms, post types, post id’s and page URL’s
  13. Options to exclude the home page, search page and archive pages (e.g. category)
  14. Thumbs up/down rating item type (e.g. like or dislike)
  15. Option to disallow anonymous ratings
  16. Embed reCAPTCHA in the rating form (add-on)
  17. Gravity Forms integration (add-on)
  18. And much more.

Purchase

Screenshots

Shortcodes

The Pro version contains 4 extra shortcodes [mrp_user_rating_results], [mrp_user_ratings_dashboard], [mrp_rating_result_reviews] and [mrp_rating_item_results].

[mr_rating_form]

Displays the rating form.

E.g. [mr_rating_form title=”My Rating Form” submit_button_text=”Submit Rating”]

My Rating Form

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Submit Rating
Attribute Description Values
post_id The post id. If not set, the current post is used from the WP loop Number
title Title to be displayed i.e. Please rate this. If not set, default settings are used. Text
before_title HTML or text before title. Default is empty. HTML or text
after_title HTML or text after title. Default is empty. HTML or text
submit_button_text If not set, default settings are used. Text
update_button_text If not set, default settings are used. Text
class Add CSS classes to the parent div element (add spaces between each class). Text

[mr_rating_result]

Displays the rating result.

E.g. [mr_rating_result rating_form_id=”1″ no_rating_results_text=”No ratings!” show_rich_snippets=”false” before_count=”(” after_count=” votes)”]

3.81/5 (1,970 votes)
Attribute Description Values
post_id The post id. If not set, the current post is used from the WP loop Number
no_rating_results_text Text to display if there are no rating results yet. If not set, default settings are used. Text
show_rich_snippets Do you want to produce Google rich snippets code? Default set to false. true or false
show_title Do you want to show the post title with the rating result? Default set to false. true or false
show_count Do you want to show the count of entries. Default set to true. true or false
before_count Text to display before count. Default is ( text
after_count Text to display before count. Default is ) text
result_type The result type to use. Default is set to star_rating. star_rating, percentage or score
class Add CSS classes to the parent div element (add spaces between each class). Text

[mr_rating_results_list]

Displays a list of rating results. This shortcode also has filters for specific taxonomies (e.g. category) and can optionally show the featured image of a post.

E.g. [mr_rating_results_list show_featured_img=”true”sort_by=”highest_rated” title=”Top Rating Results”]

Top Rating Results

1 Demo Page (Free version)
3.81/5 (1,970)
Attribute Description Values
no_rating_results_text Text to display if there are no rating results yet. If not set, default settings are used. Text
show_title Do you want to display the title? Default set to true. true or false
title Title to be displayed i.e. Please rate this. If not set, default settings are used. Text
before_title HTML or text before title. Default is empty. HTML or text
after_title HTML or text after title. Default is empty. HTML or text
result_type The result type to use. Default is set to star_rating. star_rating, percentage or score
show_count Do you want to show the count of entries. Default set to true. true or false
class Add CSS classes to the parent div element (add spaces between each class). Text
category_id Show the rating results for a specific category. Default is set to 0 which means all categories. This overrides the term_id and taxonomy shortcode attributes and is simply an alias for shortcode attribute taxonomy=”category” and setting the term_id. Number
limit Set a limit on how many ratings to show. Number
show_rank Do you want to show a rank? Default is set to true. true or false
taxonomy Show the rating results for a specific taxonomy. This is also used to default the taxonomy used to filter. Default is “category”. Taxonomy name e.g. category, post_tag etc…
term_id The term id to filter in the taxonomy. Default is 0 which means all (e.g. all categories). Number
show_filter Do you want to display the filter? Default is false. true or false
filter_button_text Text for filter button. If not set, default settings are used. Text
filter_label_text Text for filter label. If not set, default settings are used. Text
show_featured_img Do you want to show the post featured image? Default is true. true or false
image_size Set the image size. Default is thumbnail. You can change the thumbnail size in your Media settings. You can also register custom image sizes. See Add Image Size on WordPress.org codex. thumb, thumbnail, medium, large, post-thumbnail or custom image sizes
sort_by Sort the rating results. You can show the highest rated, lowest rated, recent ratings, most entries and also sort by post title ascending or descending alphabetical order. highest_rated is default. highest_rated, lowest_rated, most_recent, post_title_asc, post_title_desc or most_entries

4 thoughts on “Demo Page (Free version)

  1. Its a great widget. But i have been looking for info on how to add aggregate schema.org rating but cant find this info. It just says it can be added but does not say how to do it. The google testing tool does not show the rating because schema markup is missing. My question is – how to add it?

    1. In the free version, schema.org microdata is enabled on single pages by default. Alternatively, the [mr_rating_result] shortcode has a attribute generate_microdata so you can override this if needed (e.g. [mr_rating_result generate_microdata=”true”]). Note in the Pro version there’s also an option in the plugin settings page to default whether schema.org microdata is generated or not. You may be interested in checking out this blog post on how to add rich snippets in search engine result pages.

    1. Hi Vincenzo,

      The free version has a single rating form. But the Pro version supports the ability to add multiple rating forms on a single post. Simply provide the rating form id in the shortcode e.g. [mrp_rating_form rating_form_id="1" title="My Rating Form 1"] and [mrp_rating_form rating_form_id="2" title="My Rating Form 2"].

      Cheers, Daniel.

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