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JS Help Desk is the best helpdesk and support plugin. JS Help Desk is a professional, simple, easy to use and complete customer support system. JS Help Desk comes packed with lot features than most of the expensive(and complex) support ticket system on market. The best part is, It completely free.




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Now for scripts that use live chat as well as support tickets: Support Board is a powerful and simple-to-use support desk and chat script that provides a great dual solution for communicating with clients. The plugin has full Slack integration for sending and receiving user messages directly from Slack. It also has full bot integration with Dialogflow to reply automatically to your customers!


BeDesk enables business owners to reduce support ticket volume by creating articles based on frequently asked questions and setting up the software to automatically suggest an article when customers create a new ticket with the relevant topic.


HelpDesk 3 also offers clients support via live chats and tickets, but has taken things a step further by allowing clients to email their queries. Not only is it easy to install, but you can set up automated answers for the chat feature, set up standard responses for the chat and tickets, and your client history is saved and can be viewed at any time.


AH Ticket is a PHP help desk and support ticket system. In addition to sending tickets by email, other things you can do with this system include adding estimated times for resolving tickets, allowing users to log in with their social media accounts and to rate replies from admin and staff, and the ability to integrate with Mailchimp.


This script focuses on support tickets. To access support for a product or service via the PHP SupportDesk script, your clients simply need to go to a dedicated support page on your website, enter their name and email address, select the department they need help from, and write their message. This opens up a ticket with a special ID number, and your customer service staff will get an email notification that a ticket has been opened. You can also integrate SupportDesk with Slack.


Ultimate Desk is a support system with a knowledge base and FAQs. It allows you to create and manage unlimited tickets, knowledge base articles, and FAQs. You can have unlimited agents, users, and other staff members.


HelpDeskZ is a free PHP-based application that allows you to manage your site's support with a web-based support ticket system. Features include the ability to create groups, canned responses, custom fields, a knowledge base, news, template customization, and email piping.


Faveo has a free open-source version and a paid version. The free version does not come with support for installation, configuration, and maintenance. Apart from that, it has everything you need to create a help-desk ticketing system!


Your site might support users with their own logins as well as general readers outside of the community. A good WordPress ticketing system can allow you to differentiate between these audiences. Perhaps users with accounts can access different FAQ material than users without an account. Or, one group could see more fields on a ticket form than the other. It can take a bit of research to choose the right system for your goals.


There are many ticket systems for WordPress sites out there, and some are better than others. Below are our top eight recommendations. At the time of this review, all of these plugins maintain current developer support for WordPress.


You can also define how you want to receive email notifications during the life of a ticket. The WATS plugin accepts tickets through a frontend form on your website, a backend WordPress admin form, and through email. However, there is no support for direct ticketing from live chat, social media, or blog comments (admins can turn comments into tickets manually). If you have a simple customer service operation with one or two channels, this system could do the trick.


Standard ticketing works from front or back end forms on your site as well as through email. SupportCandy also comes with a canned reply feature that lets you set up pre-written answers for common support requests. Higher plans include time tracking, FAQ and knowledge base integration, SLAs, and WooCommerce integration.


JS Help Desk is a freemium WordPress support program with a good number of features, and most of them require a subscription. The WordPress help desk plugin has over 4,000 active users. One of the nice things about JS Help Desk is that it comes with a well-designed dashboard that makes it easy to track tickets with different sorting options. The program also has a useful search feature to locate tickets by a variety of metrics.


The JS Help Desk plugin supports ticketing on the front and back ends as well as through a web widget and email. Advanced features are available as separate add-ons or altogether through different plan levels. These include knowledge base integration, time tracking, desktop notifications, and eCommerce integration.


The KB Support plugin includes ticketing from web forms and email. The support system offers good functionality with canned replies, WooCommerce integration, and custom ticket statuses. Plus, it integrates with other apps through Zapier to offer more flexibility.


If when using this minimal configuration you are still seeing a JavaScript exception in the SDK script, create a new support ticket as this will require the faulty build to be rolled back as it's probably an issue with a newly deployed version.


If your configuration was previously deployed and working but just started reporting this exception, then it may be an issue with a newly deployed version, check whether it is affecting only a small set of your users / browser and either file an issue on GitHub or create a new support ticket.


Hulu used Backbone.js to build its next generation online video experience. With Backbone as a foundation, the web interface was rewritten from scratch so that all page content can be loaded dynamically with smooth transitions as you navigate. Backbone makes it easy to move through the app quickly without the reloading of scripts and embedded videos, while also offering models and collections for additional data manipulation support.


The most notable case is probably when using an AMD-aware version of Backbone, but using shim config for scripts that depend on Backbone. If this is your use case, then setting wrapShim: true in the optimizer config will likely fix any post-build problem you might see. More details in the bug ticket.Full list of changes:


For years, internationalization (i18n) has been a thing that has been pretty well supported in WordPress when it comes to PHP development. For PHP, WordPress already provides all the tools necessary to make it as easy as possible to localize WordPress core, themes and plugins to any language. Today we are bringing the same capabilities to JavaScript development for WordPress. \n\n\n\nHow does it work?\n\n\n\nWhen registering your scripts you can add wp-i18n as a dependency to allow you to add translatable strings as you would in PHP:\n\n\n\nwp_register_script( 'my-handle', plugins_url( '\/js\/my-file.js', MY_PLUGIN ), array( 'wp-i18n' ) );\n\n\n\nInside your scripts you will then be able to use wp-18n as follows:\n\n\n\nconst __, _x, _n, _nx = wp.i18n;\n\n__( '__', 'my-domain' );\n_x( '_x', '_x_context', 'my-domain' );\n_n( '_n_single', '_n_plural', number, 'my-domain' );\n_nx( '_nx_single', '_nx_plural', number, '_nx_context', 'my-domain' );\n\n\n\nThese functions mirror their PHP counterparts and can be used in exactly the same manner.\u00a0\n\n\n\nThe final step is to tell WordPress your script contains translations and of which domain, this is to allow WordPress to selectively load only the necessary translations to ensure everything is as fast as can be:\n\n\n\nwp_set_script_translations( 'my-handle', 'my-domain' );\n\n\n\nMake sure to also specify the\u00a0Text Domain\u00a0for your translations in the header of your plugin file. Otherwise the translations will not be picked up by translate.wordpress.org.\u00a0\n\n\n\nAdvanced usage\n\n\n\nRight now it\u2019s already possible to ship your own translations using the load_textdomain function and passing your own MO file. This is also possible using wp_set_script_translations which accepts an optional third path argument that allows you to tell WordPress to first look elsewhere for translations:\n\n\n\nwp_set_script_translations( 'my-handle', 'my-domain', plugin_dir_path( MY_PLUGIN ) . 'languages' );\n\n\n\nIf passed WordPress will first check if a file in the format of $domain-$locale-$handle.json exists in the given path and use it as the source of translations if so. Alternatively it will also first check the given path for the md5 filename before defaulting to the WordPress languages directory.\n\n\n\nIf you want to ship your own translation files these should be in the JED 1.x ( .json ) format. GlotPress is able to create these along with other tools such as po2json. Ideally these files should only contain translations that occur within their respective JS files. With po2json you can generate these files as follows:\n\n\n\npo2json translation.po translation.json -f jed\n\n\n\nThis will generate a JSON in the following format:\n\n\n\n\n \"translation-revision-date\": \"+0000\",\n \"generator\": \"GlotPress\/2.3.0-alpha\",\n \"domain\": \"messages\",\n \"locale_data\": \n \"messages\": \n \"\": \n \"domain\": \"messages\",\n \"plural-forms\": \"n != 1\",\n \"lang\": \"en-gb\"\n ,\n \"This file is too big. Files must be less than %d KB in size.\": [\n \"This file is too big. Files must be less than %d KB in size.\"\n ],\n \"%d Theme Update\": [\n \"%d Theme Update\",\n \"%d Theme Updates\"\n ],\n \"password strength\\u0004Medium\": [\n \"Medium\"\n ],\n \"taxonomy singular name\\u0004Category\": [\n \"Category\"\n ],\n \"post type general name\\u0004Pages\": [\n \"Pages\"\n ]\n \n \n\n\n\n\nBehind the screens\n\n\n\nWhen you upload your plugin or theme to wordpress.org all JS files will automatically be parsed the same as is already being done for PHP files. Any detected translations will be added to translate.wordpress.org to allow the community to cooperate to ensure WordPress, plugins and themes are available in as many languages as possible.\n\n\n\nIn order to parse all JS files the i18n-command for wp-cli is used. This replaces makepot.php to not only allow picking up translations in JS files but also to audit strings, parse strings only of a specific text domain and even pick up a few strings that weren\u2019t detected by makepot.php. This command is freely available and open-source as makepot.php was and it\u2019s recommended that anyone using makepot.php transition over to this much improved replacement.\n\n\n\nBased on these parsed translations Language Packs are generated. Traditionally these used to only contain PO and MO files, one pair for each locale. In order to selectively load only the necessary translations regardless of whether it\u2019s used or not a few more files are being added, one JSON file for every JS file that contains translations per locale.\n\n\n\nWhen parsing JS files for translations we don\u2019t know which handle is used to register that file so we\u2019ve had to use an alternate mechanism to find the translations belonging to each file. To do this we\u2019re using the md5 of the relative path of each file. This is appended to the usual name of $domain-$locale in the form of $domain-$locale-$md5.json.\n\n\n\nWhen you set script translations for a handle WordPress will automatically figure out the relative md5 hash of your source file, check to see if a translations file exists and if so ensure that it\u2019s loaded into wp.i18n before your script runs.\n\n\n\nPlugin and theme support\n\n\n\nTranslation and Language packs support for plugins and themes that are hosted on the repo is expected in the upcoming weeks. The patches are ready and waiting for commit. Plugin and theme authors are encouraged to start using wp-i18n in their JavaScript projects.\n\n\n\nCredits\n\n\n\nThis API wouldn\u2019t have been possible without the long standing efforts of @ocean90, @swissspidy, @nerrad, @atimmer, @schlessera and more recently @herregroen. Thanks a ton for the incredible work you've all put into making this a reality! Another thanks to @herregroen for providing the necessary input for this devnote.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n#5-0, #dev-notes, #i18n","contentFiltered":" For years, internationalization (i18ni18n Internationalization, or the act of writing and preparing code to be fully translatable into other languages. Also see localization. Often written with a lowercase i so it is not confused with a lowercase L or the numeral 1. Often an acquired skill.) has been a thing that has been pretty well supported in WordPress when it comes to PHPPHP The web scripting language in which WordPress is primarily architected. WordPress requires PHP 5.6.20 or higher development. For PHP, WordPress already provides all the tools necessary to make it as easy as possible to localize WordPress coreCore Core is the set of software required to run WordPress. The Core Development Team builds WordPress., themes and plugins to any language. Today we are bringing the same capabilities to JavaScriptJavaScript JavaScript or JS is an object-oriented computer programming language commonly used to create interactive effects within web browsers. WordPress makes extensive use of JS for a better user experience. While PHP is executed on the server, JS executes within a user\u2019s browser. https:\/\/www.javascript.com\/. development for WordPress. \n\n\n\nHow does it work?\n\n\n\nWhen registering your scripts you can add wp-i18n as a dependency to allow you to add translatable strings as you would in PHP:\n\n\n\nwp_register_script( 'my-handle', plugins_url( '\/js\/my-file.js', MY_PLUGIN ), array( 'wp-i18n' ) );\n\n\n\nInside your scripts you will then be able to use wp-18n as follows:\n\n\n\nconst __, _x, _n, _nx = wp.i18n;\n\n__( '__', 'my-domain' );\n_x( '_x', '_x_context', 'my-domain' );\n_n( '_n_single', '_n_plural', number, 'my-domain' );\n_nx( '_nx_single', '_nx_plural', number, '_nx_context', 'my-domain' );\n\n\n\nThese functions mirror their PHP counterparts and can be used in exactly the same manner.\u00a0\n\n\n\nThe final step is to tell WordPress your script contains translations and of which domain, this is to allow WordPress to selectively load only the necessary translations to ensure everything is as fast as can be:\n\n\n\nwp_set_script_translations( 'my-handle', 'my-domain' );\n\n\n\nMake sure to also specify the\u00a0Text Domain\u00a0for your translations in the headerHeader The header of your site is typically the first thing people will experience. The masthead or header art located across the top of your page is part of the look and feel of your website. It can influence a visitor\u2019s opinion about your content and you\/ your organization\u2019s brand. It may also look different on different screen sizes. of your pluginPlugin A plugin is a piece of software containing a group of functions that can be added to a WordPress website. They can extend functionality or add new features to your WordPress websites. WordPress plugins are written in the PHP programming language and integrate seamlessly with WordPress. These can be free in the WordPress.org Plugin Directory https:\/\/wordpress.org\/plugins\/ or can be cost-based plugin from a third-party file. Otherwise the translations will not be picked up by translate.wordpress.org.\u00a0\n\n\n\nAdvanced usage\n\n\n\nRight now it\u2019s already possible to ship your own translations using the load_textdomain function and passing your own MO file. This is also possible using wp_set_script_translations which accepts an optional third path argument that allows you to tell WordPress to first look elsewhere for translations:\n\n\n\nwp_set_script_translations( 'my-handle', 'my-domain', plugin_dir_path( MY_PLUGIN ) . 'languages' );\n\n\n\nIf passed WordPress will first check if a file in the format of $domain-$localeLocale A locale is a combination of language and regional dialect. Usually locales correspond to countries, as is the case with Portuguese (Portugal) and Portuguese (Brazil). Other examples of locales include Canadian English and U.S. English.-$handle.jsonJSON JSON, or JavaScript Object Notation, is a minimal, readable format for structuring data. It is used primarily to transmit data between a server and web application, as an alternative to XML. exists in the given path and use it as the source of translations if so. Alternatively it will also first check the given path for the md5 filename before defaulting to the WordPress languages directory.\n\n\n\nIf you want to ship your own translationtranslation The process (or result) of changing text, words, and display formatting to support another language. Also see localization, internationalization. files these should be in the JED 1.x ( .json ) format. GlotPress is able to create these along with other tools such as po2json. Ideally these files should only contain translations that occur within their respective JSJS JavaScript, a web scripting language typically executed in the browser. Often used for advanced user interfaces and behaviors. files. With po2json you can generate these files as follows:\n\n\n\npo2json translation.po translation.json -f jed\n\n\n\nThis will generate a JSON in the following format:\n\n\n\n\n \"translation-revision-date\": \"+0000\",\n \"generator\": \"GlotPress\/2.3.0-alpha\",\n \"domain\": \"messages\",\n \"locale_data\": \n \"messages\": \n \"\": \n \"domain\": \"messages\",\n \"plural-forms\": \"n != 1\",\n \"lang\": \"en-gb\"\n ,\n \"This file is too big. Files must be less than %d KB in size.\": [\n \"This file is too big. Files must be less than %d KB in size.\"\n ],\n \"%d Theme Update\": [\n \"%d Theme Update\",\n \"%d Theme Updates\"\n ],\n \"password strength\\u0004Medium\": [\n \"Medium\"\n ],\n \"taxonomy singular name\\u0004Category\": [\n \"Category\"\n ],\n \"post type general name\\u0004Pages\": [\n \"Pages\"\n ]\n \n \n\n\n\n\nBehind the screens\n\n\n\nWhen you upload your plugin or theme to wordpress.org all JS files will automatically be parsed the same as is already being done for PHP files. Any detected translations will be added to translate.wordpress.org to allow the community to cooperate to ensure WordPress, plugins and themes are available in as many languages as possible.\n\n\n\nIn order to parse all JS files the i18n-command for wp-cli is used. This replaces makepot.php to not only allow picking up translations in JS files but also to audit strings, parse strings only of a specific text domain and even pick up a few strings that weren\u2019t detected by makepot.php. This command is freely available and open-source as makepot.php was and it\u2019s recommended that anyone using makepot.php transition over to this much improved replacement.\n\n\n\nBased on these parsed translations Language Packs are generated. Traditionally these used to only contain PO and MO files, one pair for each locale. In order to selectively load only the necessary translations regardless of whether it\u2019s used or not a few more files are being added, one JSON file for every JS file that contains translations per locale.\n\n\n\nWhen parsing JS files for translations we don\u2019t know which handle is used to register that file so we\u2019ve had to use an alternate mechanism to find the translations belonging to each file. To do this we\u2019re using the md5 of the relative path of each file. This is appended


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