The free Affiliate Area Shortcodes add-on has just been updated to version 1.1. This new version brings 8 new shortcodes, allowing even more control over the affiliate area. Here’s a run down on what these new shortcodes provide:

[affiliate_logout]

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

[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.

Andrew Munro

About the author: Andrew Munro co-founded AffiliateWP in early 2014. His trusty treadmill desk allows him to write code at an incredible 3 mph, making him the fastest developer around.

2 comments

  1. Affiliates/Settings/Emails has a field E-mail-template.
    What is it for?
    Where can I create new ones?
    What fields can be used in the template?
    And how does it relate to the other E-Mail content fields in the same tab.

    1. Hi Sebastiaan!

      The shortcodes that this “Affiliate Area Shortcodes” add-on provides are for use in the WordPress editor, the field that you place your content in while editing a post or page. These shortcodes are not “email tags”, the ones found in the Affiliates -> Settings -> Emails tab.

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