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Hello ,

How to create Voted code in websites and blog ?

When some one click it making a link and other visitor to this link can voted only .

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Thank you

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    Contact Yankidank for External Vote Button (EVB) module

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    We aren't listing the EVB at this time, due to major changes to Pligg CMS code that require us to update it for Pligg 2. I actually attempted upgrading it a few months ago, but it still needs some work. Perhaps it will be re-listed in the Downloads section in the future, but no promises.

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    What the Yankidank ?

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    He's the author of the External Vote Button module. This module enables you to put a Vote Button in your site - think of it something like the Facebook Like button, Tweet Button, etc.

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