Find out where your visitors leave to. Track clicks on external links.
This Plugin allows you to track which external links your visitors click on.
The link-log Plugin changes all your links to external sites. For example http://www.google.com is changed to something like http://www.example.com/?goto=HUESQ2ifGipAlHg4OTUzfihAUgfz1La8. The link change takes place when a post or page is displayed. Internal links to pages on your domain are not changed, also URLs not starting with "http" or "https" are not changed (tracking of "tel" URLs can be activated optionally). Also attributes (like class or target) are not touched.
There is no need to change anything. All Links in all posts and pages are changed automatically in front end. When editing a post or page in back end all links appear unchanged.
In 'Settings' -> 'link-log' you can change several settings. It is highly recommended to change the IP Lock Setting and the Search Engines Setting as desired. See Plugin Doc for details.
The link-log Plugin uses GlotPress - the wordpress.org Translation System - for translations. Translations can be submitted at translate.wordpress.org.
Translation are highly appreciated. It would be great if you'd support the link-log Plugin by adding a new translation or keeping an existing one up to date. If you're new to GlotPress take a look at the Translator Handbook.
Thanks, I appreciate that. You don't need to make a donation. No money, no beer, no coffee. Please, just tell the world that you like what I'm doing! And that's all.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.6.1
Last Updated: 3 days ago
Active Installs: 100+
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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