Responder Link

Your responders should be able to access the Responder Interface for your QuestionPress account quickly. There are several options to choose from.

A) Verbal URL

We have intentionally made the URL for the Responder Interface very simple. Just add your QuestionPress Account Name. For example, if your QuestionPress Account Name is "ed634", then the URL is

Pros:Very simple. No additional technology or programming necessary.
Cons:Slow and prone to mistakes. Needs repeating for each session. Requires that responders be in audible range.

B) Hyperlink from Your Webpage to New Browser Window

You can direct your users to the Responder Interface by adding a hyperlink to one of your own pages. As noted above, if your QuestionPress Account Name is "ed634", then the URL is The HTML code for this link would be...

<a href="" target="responder">QuestionPress Responder</a>

Pros:Very simple to code. Quick access for responders. Opens in a separate browser window.
Cons:New window needs to be resized.

C) Hyperlink from Your Webpage to Popup Window

Popup windows are nice in that they can be sized according and are compact, leaving out the URL navigation of the browser window. Coding is a little more intensive..

Place the following code in between the <head> </head> tags.

<SCRIPT TYPE="text/javascript">
function responder()
{'', 'responder', 'width=550, height=500, scrollbars=yes, resizable=yes,');

Place the following link in the appropriate place
<a href="javascript:responder()">QuestionPress Responder</a>

Pros:Quick access for responders. Opens in a separate, compact popup window that is devoid of distractions like the "back" button and URL navigation region.
Cons:Slightly more complicated to code. May be blocked by some popup blockers.