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[WP Quiz Pro] Using WP In Post Ads within WP Quiz Ads


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Hi. According to the WP Quiz Pro plugin demo; https://demo.mythemeshop.com/wp-quiz-pro/how-well-do-you-know-the-real-trial-of-oj-simpson/ , WP Quiz Pro places the ad after the question. Is it possible to use WP In Post Ads plugin to place an ad immediately after the title of the question produced by the WP Quiz Pro so there would two ads, one after the title of the question produced by WP In Post Ads and an ad produced by WP Quiz Pro? If so, what would be the detailed method of accomplishing that? Thanks in advance.

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Hello,

Thank you for contacting MyThemeShop today.

Unfortunately the plugin does not have that functionality. As much as we would love to help you achieve that it would require a custom solution.
You can submit a customization request here, and our developers can let you know how much it would cost to implement that.

Looking forward to helping you. Thank you.


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Do WP Quiz Pro only allows one ad per question or one ad per quiz? I was trying to find a way to put more than one ad per question using WP In Post Ad along with WP Quiz Pro. UsingΒ WP In Post Ad, can I put an ad before the title of the question? If so, will it be displayed with every question? Thanks again.

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Hello,

Yes, that is correct. Adding ads below other sections of the plugin is currently not supported.

Thank you for contacting MyThemeShop.


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This plugin info page says that the plugin is 'Development-friendly if one is familiar with coding' so I'm assuming that the plugin code can be modified. Do I need to be familiar with CSS and PHP to modify the plugins' code? If not, what type of coding?

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