Email Before Download presents your users with a form where they submit information, like their name and email address, prior to receiving a download.
Yes. We store a log of the downloads and you can export a CSV file of this from the Email Before Download settings page in your admin screens.
You will not be able to use this version of Email Before Download without these dependent plugins. If you have specific reasons to avoid using the dependent plugins, please contact us and let us know the reason so we can take it into consideration.
If you decide to configure the Email Before Download option to send the user an email with a link to the download, then you will want to name the email field "your-email" as shown in the example screenshots. Outside of that, nothing special.
By default, the user is presented with a link to download their file. There is also an option to email the user (with a link to the file and/or attachment) if you choose that route. You can even provide both the inline link as well as the email if you choose.
WordPress allows direct access to files in your upload directories using a direct URL and we do not change those permissions. We do provide an option to mask the URL to your downloads if you have cURL enabled.
This is the list of all short code attributes that can be used. Some of them override the global admin settings.
Requires: 3.x or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2014-7-29
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