Make sure that you added the [ff_storyview] shortoce to your post and you saved the modifications.
If you see the [ff_storyview] instead of the normal button that means that the plugin doesn't work as it should. Try to reinstall it.
No, the informations of your stories are stored in the postmeta datatable and disabling or removing the plugin doesn't affect them.
It is possible that there are some CSS rules in your theme that overwrite the ones that are defined for Story Views. Probably, you'll need the help of a developer to fix these problems.
Sure, if you request a refund within 7 days to the purchase. Send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your refund request and the details of your purchase.
No. After you purchased the plugin, you'll get the updates for free.
When a new version of the plugin becomes available, you'll see a notification about it at the
administration area of your WordPress site. Then, you can update it the same way you do with other
plugins. Make sure you create a backup of your files and database before the update.
If you have any troubles during the update, feel free to get in touch.
You can use the Free version on as many sites as you want. You are licensed to use the Pro version to create one single End Product for yourself or for one client (a “single application”). If you want to use it on multiple sites, you'll have to purchase an other license for each site.
Yes, you can, but every time there is an update for the plugin, your modifications will be overwritten.