Awesome Support is the most versatile support plugin for WordPress
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Awesome Support

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Awesome Support is the most advanced ticketing system for WordPress. It is the result of two years of work, research and improvement. Most of its features are an answer to users requests and that's what makes it the best support plugin for WordPress.

Requirements

  • WordPress 3.8+
  • PHP 5.2+

Below are some info from the plugin's repository on WordPress.org.

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Installation

To get started right away:

git clone git@github.com:Awesome-Support/Awesome-Support.git awesome-support && cd awesome-support && composer install && npm install

Not a developer?

If you're not a developer you're better off using the production version available on WordPress.org.

Dependencies

If you're not familiar with Composer you should have a look at the quick start guide.

The development version works a little differently than the production version. The GitHub repo is "raw": the plugin dependencies aren't present.

Requirements

In order to work with the development branch you will need the following on your development environment:

We use automated scripts to build the production version with all the required files, but if you wish to contribute or simply try the latest features on the development branch, you will need to install the dependencies manually.

Don't sweat it! It's no big deal. Dependencies are managed by Composer. Once you downloaded the master branch, there is only one thing you need to do: open the terminal at the plugin's location and type

composer install

This command will do a few things for you:

  1. Install the plugin dependencies (via Composer)
  2. Install Grunt & all Grunt modules (via npm install)
  3. You should now be able to launch the default Grunt task with grunt

Contributing

If you want to contribute to the plugin or just follow the development, all chats will be held on the Gitter channel.

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