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Settings

You will find the GamiPress settings on your WordPress admin area navigating to the GamiPress menu -> Settings.

General Settings

Minimum role to administer GamiPress:
Set the minimum role an user needs to access to GamiPress management areas.

Points Image Size:
Set maximum dimensions for the points featured image. This setting works similar to WordPress media settings.

Achievement Image Size:
Set maximum dimensions for the achievements featured image. This setting works similar to WordPress media settings.

Rank Image Size:
Set maximum dimensions for the ranks featured image. This setting works similar to WordPress media settings.

Automatic Updates:
Checking this option will enable the automatic updates for GamiPress to get the latest features, bugfixes and security updates as they are released.

Debug Mode:
Checking this option will enable the debug mode.

Style Settings

Disable frontend CSS:
Checking this option will stop enqueue GamiPress CSS resources.

Disable frontend Javascript:
Checking this option will stop enqueue GamiPress Javascript resources.

Emails

From this settings you can setup the content to send for each email type. Also, you can disable each email type as well as to preview them or send a test email to your email.

For each email you have some tags that will be replaced dinamically for each user and each email type.

Logs

Only log activities in use:
Check this option to just log triggered activities that has a points awards or steps looking for it.
GamiPress will stop storing unused activities logs like user daily visits.

Logs Patterns

From this settings you can modify the default pattern for upcoming log entries of each category.

Activity trigger:
Default log pattern used to register user activity triggered.

Points earned:
Default log pattern used when user earns points.

Points deducted:
Default log pattern used when user gets a deduction points.

Points expended:
Default log pattern used when user expend an amount of points.

Points award/step complete:
Default log pattern used when user completes a points award or step.

Achievement earned:
Default log pattern used when user earns an achievement.

Rank earned:
Default log pattern used when user reach a rank.

Points awarded:
Default log pattern used when an admin awards an user with points.

Achievement awarded:
Default log pattern used when an admin awards an user with an achievement.

Rank awarded:
Default log pattern used when an admin ranks an user to a new rank.

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