API Guide Version 6
Date added: Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Manual Version: V6.0
Download Manual: Enquir3 API User Guide V6
The main changes are:
To include an instruction at the beginning that the files should sit within the structure of fbr_css/css and fbr_js/js
If someone is using a child theme, then the above folders need to be added to the parent theme.
Ensure correct login / user roles are used.
Updated scripts to be used.
API – New Folder Structure
Date added: Monday, May 20, 2019
Manual Version: Version 5.8
Notes: A revised folder structure implemented for the API for WordPress and HTML
Date added: Friday, May 10 2019
Manual Version: Enquir3 API V5.7
Download Manual: Enquir3 API User Guide V5.7
Notes: The manual has been updated with revised terminology – the functional aspect of the API has not changed.
Minor amendment to WordPress notes
Date added: Friday, March 8, 2019
Manual Version: V5.6
Notes: A minor text amendment to the manual in regards to WordPress themes.
Revised API and Manual
Date added: Friday, February 15, 2019
Manual Version: API User Guide V5.5
Notes: The revision enable users to manage the number of characters within the feedback blocks. Please note that depending on the module version in the Feedback (backend / server) site, you may need a module update. Please contsct support on 0207 100 5180 to check version and carry out update if required.
API Software Update
Date added: Friday, December 7, 2018
A small update has been issued. The update provides the following features:
1. In the Feedback blocks, the geographical location of the person providing feedback is shown (if entered)
2. In the Feedback blocks, there is now a button to link to the website of the person leaving feedback, should they have entered this information.
Revised manual V5.4
Date added: Monday, November 19, 2018
Manual Version: V5.4
Notes: The manual has been updated to prove a link to the website to register for updates. Also, the main Feedback Backend Server sites have recently been updated. To ensure an API being used on a website is up to date, please log in to your server site and download the latest JQuery file and if used, latest CSS file
Case Study Page – Listing buttons
Date added: Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Notes: Please note that on “Case Studies” you will by default see a button titled “Go to Listing”. At present this feature is not in operation. We therefore advise that this button is styled out of any sites where the API uses Cases Studies.