Use Riddle’s WordPress quiz maker plug-in – to easily make and embed 15 different types of quizzes for your WordPress site.
From three kinds of polls to two lists and one heck of a lot of quiz options, let your creativity run wild:
Updated: June 15, 2020 – Riddle’s WordPress plug-in now supports quiz leaderboards
Quizzes are naturally addicting – and people love to show off how much they know, compared to everyone else. Use our quiz maker to easily create a quiz, then add a quiz leaderboard into any WordPress page or post. No coding required!
Show the top 10, 20, or X scorers. Plus – you can customize it so that every quiz taker gets a custom message, such as:
- “You scored better than XX% of quiz takers – congratulations!”
- “You missed the top 10 by YY%. Try again to crack the top 10!”
Quiz maker plug-in: Download and install
You can download our free WordPress quiz maker plug-in here.
Riddle is free to try for 14 days – create a quiz with no need to add your credit card.
After that, our plans start from just $29 a month – each with unlimited quizzes, views, and leads.
One note: Riddle’s quiz maker plug-in is awesome on self-hosted WordPress.org sites, but it won’t work on any WordPress.com sites.
We’d love to – but the limitation lies with WordPress.
WordPress.com does not allow any plug-ins to be used on the sites they host.
The only solution, alas, is if you were to move to a self-hosted WordPress blog. It sounds a bit daunting but it’s just takes a bit of tech-savvy, or you can hire a freelancer on Upwork to help you out.
Here’s a link in case you want to geek out and learn more: https://en.support.wordpress.com/code/
Using the Riddle plug-in
Alternative embed options
Sometimes, despite the best efforts of our crack squad of coders, you might find that Riddle’s quiz maker plug-in doesn’t play nicely with your WordPress site.
The back story? There are thousands of plug-ins and themes on WordPress – and it’s impossible to test all the possible interactions.
The good news is that there is an easy fix. The plug-in is really just a short cut – so you can paste in the short code for your Riddle.
You can accomplish the same functionality using our standard embed codes though:
- On the publish screen in Riddle.com (not via WordPress), copy the standard embed code.
- In WordPress, switch from the visual to the text editor and paste the code where you want to see your quiz.
- That will put your quiz into the post or page.
Any questions about our WordPress plug-in or making a quiz?
Please let us know via support chat on Riddle.com – or at email@example.com.
It’s rare these days – but our team are massive customer service geeks, and we respond to every message – often in under five minutes flat. Boom!