Once activated, this plugin provides 20 shortcodes for fine-tuned control over the affiliate area:

[affiliate_area_graphs]

Shows the contents of the affiliate area’s graphs tab.

[affiliate_area_settings]

Shows the contents of the affiliate area’s settings tab.

[affiliate_area_creatives]

Shows the contents of the affiliate area’s creatives tab.

[affiliate_area_referrals]

Shows the contents of the affiliate area’s referrals tab.

[affiliate_area_stats]

Shows the contents of the affiliate area’s statistics tab.

[affiliate_area_urls]

Shows the contents of the affiliate area’s affiliate URLs tab.

[affiliate_area_visits]

Shows the contents of the affiliate area’s visits tab.

[affiliate_area_notices]

Show the default affiliate dashboard notices. The default notices can also be customized.

[affiliate_logout]

Shows a log out link for an affiliate anywhere on your site.

[affiliate_name]

Show an affiliate’s name as set by the “Display name” in their WordPress profile.

[affiliate_username]

Show an affiliate’s username.

[affiliate_id]

Show an affiliate’s ID.

The following shortcodes breakdown the individual data shown on the statistics tab of the affiliate area.

[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_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.

[affiliate_campaign_stats]

Show an affiliate’s campaign stats

Note, 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:

  1. Create an Affiliate Area (without tabs) and stack them in any order on one page.
  2. Put each shortcode on a separate page, essentially creating your own page structure.
  3. Have more control over which areas the affiliates see, without having to modify a template file.

Just remember to set your Affiliate Area page in Affiliates → Settings to be your login page or your affiliates will have no where to login from via emails etc.