I never heard about biscuit plugin. is that wordpress plugin? I interested of this plugin
If there is enough interest in this I’ll definitely convert it over to WordPress.
Hey, this sounds great! GLWS
I don’t understand what exactly this is. No screen shots or nothing either :/
Thanks for your interest! Please see my comment
A demo would be useful.
As WA6 said, A demo would be useful, I run a review site and I think this is something I could use but again I would like to see it first.
Okay thanks! Anyway I sent you an email as well you can reply with a demo link if you want to I guess Envato takes time to update the items listed on here.
It seems there is a little confusion as to what Biscuit does since there isn’t a demo. I’ll add one shortly – but in this brief explanation hopefully it will be a little clearer as to why I didn’t feel it was necessary
Interesting item! GLWS
How about a video demo?
Very cool script, simple but cool ....For those that are wondering what this does. imagine giving out prizes to visitors based on the number of visits and interactions on your site. There isn’t an admin just straight up code! 5+ Stars!
Any updates on the demo? I am really interested to see the layout or how this even works.
Hey SpaceNL215, thanks for your interest Unfortunately, with a recent move and setting up forums for the Jaguar game engine – creating a demo for Biscuit is currently low-priority. There isn’t really a layout or anything to show – and a demo would literally repeat what is on the description page. Biscuit handles the logic behind randomly rewarding visitors. It is up to you to control their chance of winning (and how loyalty affects the odds) as well as defining what they win. There are a bunch of options (redirect, run a custom JS function, etc). Send me a direct email through my profile page and I’ll be happy to send you some info
looks so good.. i wonder why i skipped this script…
maybe the name was not sexy
Thanks! Any suggestions?
“customer loyalty system” something like that… random and the rest could be on the description area
Thanks, I’ve updated the title
Please read the comments
Think you’ll send a Demo soon?
Can the url be a wordpress page? or the whole wordpress site even if setup on an html page?
Hi there, you can do either – by default (without the url setting) Biscuit will track every page on your domain. It uses localStorage so even if you have an HTML page unrelated to your WP site residing on the same domain it will track it as well To restrict Biscuit to a single page you can use the URL setting.
Having a few issues. Can loyalty be turned off or does it track automatically in 24 hour cycles? Not really clear on the instructions. Do I adjust the setting on the .js page or the index/demo page? Thanks!
Hi, the Loyalty Factor basically affects the chances of winning (“chances”) setting. Loyalty cannot technically be turned off, but if you set it to 1 day it will achieve the exact same effect you’re looking for. No settings should be adjusted on the JS file – change all settings in your Biscuit call on the HTML page. Hopefully this clears things up – if not please feel free to email me directly with a link. Thanks!
I messaged you but never heard back.
I never received it, but please feel free to email me directly with a link to your site and I’ll be happy to look into it.
This is a GREAT concept but a bit half baked in my opinion. I would willing to pay to have a backend admin developed for this system. So much potential here for increasing site visitors. Also add the viral nature of it with FB and Twitter! Make sure only so many visits per IP are allowed but you could have al these visitors from social media flocking over to site. Biscuit could be anything.. Could be picture of the prize they receive, cause they are helping etc. Please message me.
Possible to get a video of process, to see how contest setup looks on a page – what they can win, etc
Demo any time soon? Do you have a simple front end script that goes along to see how this may get kicked off?
Hi netgain4020, the download includes a demo index.html file which demonstrates how to setup basic firing actions. You’ll need to carefully read the options section of the docs (not very long). But you need to fully understand how repeat_win and chances work. Set repeat_win to true and adjust the probability (chances) setting so that you will be able to create a winning situation regularly (rather than constantly refreshing the page hoping you’ll trigger the win function). Then the docs cover all of the different ways to trigger win events. The easiest would be using the redirect setting as an example. Just provide a complete URL to the redirect setting. The index.html provides all of the available options ready for you to tweak and the doc options page covers how to use them.
Hey, I sent you an email regarding Biscuit and Boxaroo, which is AMAZING btw!
Can you have multiple instances of this script running at once? for example, having two actions possible with different probability settings?
Also, in regards to the loyalty factor, can it be based on amount of pages visited rather amount of days visited? So if a visitor visits more than 1 page this would increase their loyalty therefore promoting spending more time on the website.
No, the plugin runs specific to either your entire website or a specific page(s) within it. While you can run multiple instances within any technical issues – the loyalty factor is stored to localstorage which would present a conflict when attempting 2 different outcomes using multiple instances.
Additionally, just recopying my second message here as it included an additional question about the loyalty factor: “Also, in regards to the loyalty factor, can it be based on amount of pages visited rather amount of days visited? So if a visitor visits more than 1 page this would increase their loyalty therefore promoting spending more time on the website.”
Yes – since it is running on localstorage (and I haven’t added any code for specific page visits) it is checking against the entire domain. Basically it loads, runs the script and rolls the dice to see if the visitor is a winner.It checks the localstorage first to calculate how many unique page hits are visible in the page cycle to factory in (loyalty factor) to the odds of winning. If a visitor wins, it saves a flag on localstorage (and you decide if repeat_win is allowed). As it is now it cannot be used for the number of pages visited as a loyalty factor and cannot be used with multiple instances (both for the same reason being they’re checking variables saved against the domain name rather than the domain name+page name)
I understand, thank you. I think I get it. It’s a slightly confusing concept though I very much like the idea! Thanks for your time. I need something more along the lines of being able to have multiple “prizes” with the page view count for loyalty so I’ll keep this script in mind for the future!
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