TCP Referrer Shortcode used to display the referer link inside your blog post or product description. This is useful when you try to bring back the user to your referrer site after user finish reading/browsing the on landing page.
display the referrer domain. Referrer domain will be saved inside the cookie when detected utm_source or http_referer.
- [tcp_referer default=www.thecartpress.com]
set a default link. It will display the default text if no referrer found.
- [tcp_referer linkify=1]
display and make the referrer text clickable.
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Why is the shortcode display empty/blank
This plugin will get and save referrer link when detected utm_source or http_referer. If the link doesn’t include utm_source or http_referer doesn’t set by user agent then nothing will be displayed. You can set the default link inside the shortcode in case above condition happened. eg: [tcp_referer default=www.thecartpress.com]
Why is the referrer link not hyperlink/non-clickable
pass linkify=1 inside the shortcode to make it clickable. [tcp_referer linkify=1]
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- Use tcp.php
- First release