Monthly Archives: July 2013

Choices showing under the radio/checkboxes in WatuPRO?

Some theme authors create CSS that overwrite standard HTML tags like <label>, <input> etc. Because of this some users see the choices to questions showing on a new line, under the corresponding radio button or checkbox, instead of next to it.

This is not a bug in WatuPRO, it’s poorly written CSS outside of it. WatuPRO does NOT overwrite the behavior of any HTML tags, but your blog theme CSS might be doing it.
So please check your CSS and pay special attention to any lines that show “display:block;” for the “label” or “input” tags.
A Quick Solution:

If you don’t have the resources or knowledge to solve the problem in the CSS, you can try adding the following lines at the bottom of the CSS file:
.quiz-form label {
   display: inline !important;
}
.quiz-form input[type=’checkbox’] {
   display: inline !important;
}
.quiz-form input[type=’radio’] {
   display: inline !important;
}
In most cases this should solve it. If not we can provide a CSS expert for charge as this is not a problem coming from the plugin.

WatuPRO 3.7

This release is fairly important and contains a lot of updates. Here are the new features and fixes made after 3.6. If you have some of the intermediate versions between 3.6 and 3.7 you may already have some of them enabled. As usual the release will be sent as a newsletter to customers who bought less than one year ago.

WatuPRO 3.7 Changelog

  1. Exams pagination and sorting
  2. Fixed issue with the timer on non-paginated tests
  3. Conditionally load the scripts and CSS to avoid loading them on pages where you don’t have exams.
  4. Fixed import/export issues
  5. Dependencies can work with % correct answers (Intelligence module)
  6. Re-take exam only when some grades (results) are achieved (a new option)
  7. Allow multiple correct answers in “Fill the gaps” questions (Intelligence module)
  8. Certificates are now shown on the front-end. This avoids issues with some plugins and configurations where the student is not allowed to reach the dashboard.
  9. Exams can be published in custom post types
  10. “Sort the values” question type (Intelligence module)
  11. Changed the Paypal headers in the IPN script, as required by latest Paypal announcement

If you don’t receive the newsletter in the next couple of days feel free to send us email and request the update.

How To Upgrade Watu PRO

Note: If you have purchased WatuPRO less than one year before the time when you want an upgrade, you are eligible to get it for free. Otherwise the price of the upgrade is 40% of the full price.

If your current plugin version is 4.2.2 or newer the only thing you need to do is to deactivate and delete the old plugin, and install the new version. All your data will remain in place.

FTP users can upgrade the plugin by simply replacing the files through FTP.

The below information is OBSOLETE and valid only if your plugin version is older than 4.2.2.

Here is how to process the upgrade without losing your exam data:
0. (Optional) If you have large or sensitive data please do backup your database first. This is always a good idea when upgrading plugins.
1. In your WordPress admin go to Settings, then to Watu PRO Settings. Make sure the checkbox saying “Delete Watu PRO data when uninstalling the plugin.” is NOT checked. See on the picture:
upgrading
2. Deactivate the plugin.
3. Delete the plugin. WordPress will say “Will also delete its data”. Ignore this text, data will not be lost.
4. Upload the new zip file via Plugins -> Add New -> Upload
5. All done. Your exam and taking data is all there and old exams will keep working as is.