Several tasks can be accomplished from the Forms tab dashboard using the features available in the form list. Note these same features are accessible for every form on the main Forminator Forms page as well.
Enter the plan name to be displayed in the form submission and in the Stripe dashboard. For the payment type, select One Time to charge customers a single payment or select Subscription to change customers a recurring payment.
Here you can adjust the number of forms, quizzes, and polls that display on the dashboard, configure your default email header and address, and choose how many items appear on the modules and submissions pages.
There is also some basic dependency management. For example, adding the wpmudev/luke-sara theme will automatically install the required wpmudev/upfront parent theme, or one of our buddyPress plugins will require buddypress/buddypress package.
We implemented Reports in September 2022, in order to better track the performance of your forms, polls, or quizzes. These reports come both in a dashboard form, where you can see stats about a specific form straight in WordPress admin, or you can schedule regular sends of these reports via email.
Issue: When the Disable REST API and Require JWT / OAuth Authentication plugin is enabled along with WooCommerce, WP-CLI and Pantheon dashboard workflows like Cache Clear can fail. This issue may not happen for environments where WP-CLI is not installed (local machine, other platforms, etc):
Issue: Divi WordPress Theme & Visual Page Builder may produce the error below when attempting to edit pages. This is caused by the page builder attempting to write to three different nested folders in the web root. This issue is also expressed when the WordPress admin dashboard becomes slow when editing posts using Divi.
You can confirm usage by navigating to the Wordfence menu within your WordPress dashboard. Select Tools, on the the Tools page click the Diagnostic tab. In the Diagnostic tab, below the Wordfence Firewal section, search for the "Active Storage Engine". This query will display either "File System" or "MySQLi". For this instance, choose "MySQLi". An additional table will be added called wp_wfwafconfig (assuming your table prefix is wp_) and queries will increase based on blocked traffic.
This plugin can be used for membership sites that need unlimited levels with flexible membership pricing (including accepting recurring payments), a choice of payment gateways (PayPal, Stripe, Authorize.net, Braintree, and 2Checkout are built-in) and the ability to offer product subscriptions or members-only product discounts. It also offers extensive options for content restriction, customizable reports, and member dashboards, over a dozen Gutenberg blocks, and more!
WP User Frontend is a frontend builder plugin for WordPress. It includes a frontend dashboard, frontend editor & publishing, and frontend uploader for WordPress user profile, post submissions, and memberships.
Shortcode based, WP Job Manager can work with any theme and is very simple to get up and running (just checkout our full WP Job Manager Guide). You can list jobs displaying company information, expiry dates, and more. Create a front-end job submission form, where employers can list jobs themselves and preview the listing before it goes live is possible too. Or use the employer dashboard where logged in users can manage their own job listings.
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They do require quick account creation and API key insertion. However, after you have completed that you can view all optimized images in the dashboard. You can modify a number of settings including image replacement, resizing of large images, compression quality, and lazy loading.
TinyPNG automatically compresses and resizes images upon upload. It also has options for optimizing previously uploaded images. Furthermore, TinyPNG lets you resize images on the WordPress dashboard while also choosing which image sizes to compress, from thumbnails to the original images. Along with no file size limits and WooCommerce support, this is a pretty appealing plugin.
Analytify allows you to present the statistics from Google Analytics in a beautiful and useful manner. The integration is super simple and does not require the help of a developer to set up the integration. Once you integrate Google Analytics in WordPress using Analytify, you will be able to view the dashboard both at the front end and the backend.
Unlike other WordPress analytics plugins, Analytify brings a lot of actionable data in a single view at the dashboard. The Free version will let you view statistics like Visitors, Page views, New vs Returning Visitors, Top Pages, Geographic data, and much more.
Ecommerce tracking is a tricky process and requires the time and help of a developer to properly set up events and tracking. Analytify allows solid integration with WooCommerce to ensure you do not miss out on important eCommerce data of your business. It allows you to track product clicks, impressions, add to cart clicks, product performance, and much more right in your WordPress dashboard. The report also generates key insights on following factors:
In the Analytify dashboard, you can also view your goals report that includes Goal Completions, Goals Value, Goals Conversion rate, Page per session, and Pages. The dashboard is further extended to show traffic sources and the goal completion from those sources.
No, Let me explain. All the code assets like JS/CSS/etc. are loaded only on Analytify plugin pages. It inserts Google Analytics Universal/Global Site Tag tracking JS code to track every event on the front end of the website. Nothing stores in your database. Data pull from Google Analytics and display in Analytify dashboards. To cache them for 24 hours on the dashboard, you can enable an option from plugin settings, dashboard tab. 2b1af7f3a8