This week I have been playing with a few quiz plugins to add a bit of visitor interactivity for visitors to my website www.thepleasuredome.co
I found Quiz Cat to be pretty basic, but that also means it is easy to use. Great if you are not bothered that you can’t change many of the colours so the quiz matches or blends with the branding of your site.
Quiz Cat offered a refund as it would not work with the theme I was using, namely On Air 2, a paid-for radio station theme.
So Quiz Cat is pretty basic, functional and will be fine for most people. But the front end design is not that sexy looking.
HD Quiz is pretty flexible, again, and like Quiz Cat there is very fast support that provided solutions to the issues I was facing – namely there was a conflict between HD Quiz and Quiz Cat – easily solved by deleting the Quiz Cat plugin.
HD Quiz is a very easy-to-use plugin to create an unlimited number of quizzes and embed them onto any page or post. HD Quiz is equally perfect for building strong professional based questionnaires or fun Buzzfeed style quizzes.
I used it for an 80s music quiz.
You can create an unlimited number of Quizzes with the WP Quiz plugin, and each quiz is going to be responsive. So, your visitors can take part even from their mobile handsets as well as their tablets.
You can have the entire quiz on a single page or stretch is across multiple pages if there are too many questions. You can enable the Quiz to scroll automatically to the next question.
Unlike Quiz Cat, with the WP Quiz Plugin, you can change the background color to match that of your theme.
A progress bar is displayed for your visitors to help them know their Quiz status. You can change the color of the progress bar.