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This plugin requires AffiliateWP in order to function. Once activated, this plugin provides a shortcode for each tab of the affiliate area: [affiliate_area_graphs] [affiliate_area_settings] [affiliate_area_creatives] [affiliate_area_referrals] [affiliate_area_stats] [affiliate_area_payouts] [affiliate_area_urls] [affiliate_area_visits] [affiliate_area_notices] Show the default affiliate dashboard notices [affiliate_logout] Show the affiliate a log out link [affiliate_referrals status=”paid”] Show the affiliate’s paid referral count [affiliate_referrals status=”unpaid”] Show the affiliate’s unpaid referral count [affiliate_earnings status=”paid”] Show the affiliate’s paid earnings [affiliate_earnings status=”unpaid”] Show the affiliate’s unpaid earnings [affiliate_campaign_stats] Show an affiliate’s campaign stats [affiliate_name] Show an affiliate’s name, as set by the “Display name” field in their WordPress profile [affiliate_name first_name_only=”yes”] Only show an affiliate’s first name, as set by the “First Name” field in their WordPress profile [affiliate_username] Show an affiliate’s username [affiliate_website] Show an affiliate’s website URL [affiliate_id] Show an affiliate’s ID [affiliate_visits] Show the affiliate’s visit count [affiliate_conversion_rate] Show the affiliate’s conversion rate [affiliate_commission_rate] Show the affiliate’s commission rate Although the tabs in the affiliate area can be easily removed or reordered using the dashboard.php template file, some customers prefer the use of shortcodes. With the above shortcodes you’ll be able to: Create an Affiliate Area and stack them in any order on one page. Put each shortcode on a separate page, essentially creating your own page structure. Have more control over which areas the affiliates see, without having...
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