July 7, 2012

Updates for the wordpress affiliate link cloaker plugin

Filed under: PHP and MySQL,Wordpress — Joe Brewer @ 6:02 pm

It’s been nearly a year since my last post, and many months since the plugin last had any updates. This post outlines the new features in version 1.00.03:

Removing data from the redirect log

The way that the plugin works out how many redirects there are for each address is by logging each redirect and counting the redirects on the link and address pages. One of the things that I didnt account for in the previous version was how to delete or reset this data. Now, when you uncheck the option “count redirects” on the link page and save the options, the entries from the log are removed. Re enabling this option will effectively reset the counter.

Case sensitive keyword/phrase searching

This is a feature that had been requested a little while ago. It enables keyword/phrase searching to be set to case insensitive – this means that the keyword “television” will find and replace “Television” (and other combinations of upper/lower case) in blog posts.

Redirects graph

Under the “count redirects” option on the links page there is now an option to show a traffic graph. Once the check box has been checked and saved, the graph will show at the bottom of the page. This shows the redirects for the current month.

1 Comment

  1. Ah I guess I should have read this first!

    Comment by Scott — July 12, 2012 @ 8:56 am

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