Bloggers who want to rate the reacted content on their sites other than through the comments feature can respond to feedback from site content readers with Emoticons.
If you’re on Facebook and want to give a “like,” you can also give other emoticons based on your preferences.
Well, now we can also create it as such for the content of websites with WordPress.
Please see the tutorial below:
How to add a Reaction Button on WordPress
1. Install Plugin WordPress DW Reactions
2. After installing and activating the plugin, we begin configuring DW Reaction Select Dashboard > Settings > Reactions.
The setting can be like this:
Reaction button display automatically on every post
If you want to manually show the reaction button, remove the checkbox from the “Automatic Display Setting” and replace it with a short code [reactions] that you can put into a post or page where you want to see the features of reaction buttons.
The following “Reaction Button Feedback Feature” displays in the content of the posting.
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