Testimonials Basics is an easy to use testimonial plugin for WordPress written by Kevin Archibald. I originally wrote this tutorial for one of my customers but decided to later add it to my blog because it may help other local businesses add reviews and testimonials to their WordPress website.
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Approving Testimonials in 3 Easy Steps
This tutorial covers how to approve new pending testimonials in 3 easy steps. This guide was written for Testimonial Basics version 4.3.1, therefor you should expect newer or older versions of this plugin to differ slightly.
Once logged in, look on the left-hand side for testimonials and then hover over it, then click it edit testimonials.
Click the Testmonial you want to Approve
Scroll down the page until you come across the testimonial that you would like to approve, the testimonials that are approved will have Approved: Y, and not Approved: N. Once you have found the testimonial(s) in need of approving, click the number in the grey box. Note you can also delete spam or unwanted testimonials on this page by clicking the bin icon, as illustrated in the image below (in hot pink).
Checking Approved and Click Save
After clicking the number of the testimonial you simply need to click the Approved Checker Button, followed by clicking save testimonial. You can also use this opportunity to correct peopleâ€™s grammar and spelling before clicking the save button.
Since this tutorial only covers the basics of approving testimonials, thereâ€™s a strong chance that somewhere down the line you may want to change things that are not covered in this guide, if this is the case I strongly recommend that you visit Kevinâ€™s website for more Testimonial Basics Documentation. If you have questions, or issues not covered on Kevinâ€™s website then I recommend that you take a stroll over to WordPressâ€™s plugin support forum.
GNU License Agreement
Testimonial Basics is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
Testimonial Basics is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
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