Top 10 Highest Rated
This is the “Ranking Review” chart called with the shortcode yasr_top_ten_highest_rated. It’s the ranking of the first 10 yasr_overall_rating shortcodes.
It has 10 rows and shows the highest rated post in each category or post type.
With YASR Pro you can choose how many rows to display, choose which category or post type to include and customize the text that will appear before or after the stars.
“Users’ ranking” chart, called with the shortcode yasr_most_or_highest_rated_posts, is 2 charts in 1. In fact, this chart shows both the most rated posts/pages and the highest rated posts/pages. For an item to appear in this chart, it has to be rated at least twice. If you have less than 10 rows it works anyway.
It has up to 10 rows and shows the highest rated post of every category or post type.
With YASR Pro you can choose the default view between “Most Rated” and “Highest Rated”, how many rows to display, set the minimum number of votes (e.g. show only posts with number of votes > 10), choose which category or post type to include and customize the text that will appear before or after the stars.
Most active reviewers
“Most active reviewers” chart shows the 5 most active reviewers on your site. If you have less than 5 users, (like in this example) it works anyway.
With YASR Pro you can choose to show display names or login names, and again choose the number of rows.
Most active users
This is the “Most Active Users” chart. When a visitor (logged in or not) rates a post/page through the yasr_visitor_votes shortcode, his rating is stored in the database.
This chart will show the 10 most active users, displaying the login name if logged in or “Anonymous” if not.
With the YASR Pro you can choose to show display name or login name, and you can select the number of rows.