Link let’s you add activity events filtered by link clicks adding new activity events on GamiPress!

New Events

  • Click any link When an user clicks on any link.
  • Click a link with a specific URL When an user clicks on any link with a specific URL.
  • Click a link with a specific ID When an user clicks on any link with a specific identifier (link id attribute).
  • Click a link with a specific Class When an user clicks on any link with a specific class (link class attribute).
  • Get a click on any link When the post/comment author gets clicks on any link.
  • Get a click on a link with a specific URL When the post/comment author gets clicks on any link with a specific URL.
  • Get a click on a link with a specific ID When the post/comment author gets clicks on any link with a specific identifier (link id attribute).
  • Get a click on a link with a specific Class When the post/comment author gets clicks on any link with a specific class (link class attribute).

Important: The unique links that trigger this activities are the links generated by [gamipress_link] shortcode

FAQ

Which attributes support [gamipress_link] shortcode?

[gamipress_link] shortcode supports:

  • href: The link URL.
  • label: The link label text.
  • id: The link identifier.
  • class: The link CSS classes.
  • target: The link target attribute.
  • title: The link title attribute.

Example:
[gamipress_link href="https://gamipress.com" label="Click here!" id="my-link" class="awesome-links one-class other-class" target="_blank" title="Click here!"]

Can this plugin work with custom elements?

Yes! GamiPress – Link is looking for elements with the class gamipress-link, you can make it work with a custom element using the following code:

<div id="{optional-id}" class="gamipress-link {optional-class} {optional-class-2}">Click Here!</div>

If you set an id attribute, triggers limited by specific ID will be triggered too.
Also, if you define more classes to the class attribute, triggers limited by specific class will be triggered too.

Important: If you setup custom elements without using [gamipress_link] you will need to enqueue GamiPress – Link scripts by adding the following code at your theme functions.php file:

add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'gamipress_link_enqueue_scripts', 100 );

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