How to Install a Survey Plugin to a WordPress Site

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Mathias Amodu

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2018 NIRA Award winner for Youth Development, A Web and SEO Specialist, Blogger, Student, Son, A business Man
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WordPress started in 2003 with a single bit of code to enhance the typography of everyday writing and with fewer users than you can count on your fingers and toes. Since then it has grown to be the largest self-hosted blogging tool in the world, used on millions of sites and seen by tens of millions of people every day.
Well WordPress has always being the best platform but if you gave the resources.

Below are some simple steps on how to install a survey plugin to a wordpress site

Step 1
Visit WordPress sign in page

Step 2
Sign in. On the Sign In page, enter your username and password.

Step 3
Then View survey widget plugins. When you are logged in, look at the top of the screen for the Downloads tab click it to load the survey widgets.

Or you cab use this link to get list of survey plugins for your WordPress site

Step 4
Now Download a widget plugin. Find a survey widget you want to use and click on it to download it for use.

Step 5
Then go to Dashboard. After you’ve downloaded the plugin, click on the Dashboard link on your WordPress admin control panel.

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Step 6
Install the plugin. On the left side of the page, you’ll see a link to Plugins. Click it and then select the “Add New” option.

Step 7
At the top of your current page is the “Upload” link click it and then choose “Browse.”

Step 8
Go to the folder containing the plugin you downloaded and select it. Go ahead and click “Install Now.” The plugin will install on your WordPress.

Step 9
After installation, click on the link to “Activate Plugin.

Step 10
Add the plugin to your WordPress website. While still on the Dashboard, click the link labeled “Appearance” and then select “Widgets.”

Step 11
You should be able to see a widget to the plugin you downloaded. Select the widget and drag it to the “Content Sidebar,” “Primary Sidebar,” or the “Footer Widget Area.”

Step 12
Save your changes then click on the link labeled “Save.” You can now go to your WordPress website and check the added survey.

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2018 NIRA Award winner for Youth Development, A Web and SEO Specialist, Blogger, Student, Son, A business Man

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