This is a very simple yet effective way to make every post of on your Website have the ability to mask your affiliate links. This solution works perfectly for Websites that have about 50 or less affiliate links to manage, which most Blogs fit into. 5E7BWGX7BRQP
Why Mask Affiliate Links?
Masking your affiliate links has several benefits, but the key benefits are:
- A shortened affiliate link that you create is easier for you to remember.
- The redirect script makes affiliate links look pretty.
- It makes links look like they are internal, resulting in more clicks.
- A visitor is not able to copy/paste the link while removing your affiliate id.
- Reduces 3rd party software blocking, such as Norton blocking affiliate links.
I have been using Linux / BSD for over a decade, but Windows has always been my core work station, until recently. Software such as TortoiseSVN for Windows and SCPlugin for MAC, makes updating the WordPress Repository via Subversion somewhat simple. Even if you forget what to do, dozens if not hundreds of Websites clearly explain the process with nice pictures, videos, and explanations galore.
That basically all ends with Ubuntu. While several Websites explain Subversion, basically none of them explained updating the WordPress Repository using Ubuntu and Subversion in a nice clear step-by-step instructional process.
If you are new to the Repository or just confused how to update it on Ubuntu, then this step-by-step walk-through should clear up any confusions you have.
The same idea is used to load the comment form within the lightbox. When any “make a comment” link is clicked on a post, the lightbox opens loading the comment form within it. After a comment is made, the lightbox closes, and the the visitor is taken to the location of the comment.
With the release of the WP My Admin Bar WordPress Plugin, I have received a few feedback questions about how to expand the toolbar in various ways. Most of these questions pertained to simple snips that could be added to a themes functions.php file or the must use plugin directory (mu-plugins) for multisite installs.
Because of these questions, I have put together 30+ (currently 34) different examples of how to customize the WordPress Admin Bar. As well, I have included two PHP Classes that wrap up various aspects of the examples for easier use within your functions.php file.
This Plugin Was Created For Multisite Networks > Network Activations Only!
A Multisite Network Robots.txt Manager – Quickly manage all Network Websites robots.txt files directly within the Network Admin.
Fast, easy to use, and most important – it saves you time!
Q) How Do You Customize The WordPress Admin Bar?
A) With the WP My Admin Bar WordPress Plugin, of course!
The WP My Admin Bar is here because of a friend… About mid 2011 I created three standalone mu-plugins, a plugin for each of the new menus this plugin creates. The mu-plugin setup was great, for myself… but once a friend needed it, the headache of updates quickly became apparent.
Updated: January 23, 2012 – This tip walks you through adding a Statistics link for Google Analytics within the WordPress Admin under the Dashboard tab. Then how to add multiple links to the Dashboard menu and finally how to open an internal page from the Dashboard menu.