Visibility Triggers - Context & Conditional Tags

Context

Parameter

Setting a parameter name on settings will show (or hide) your element
if a PHP parameter in GET, POST, REQUEST, COOKIE and SERVER method is:

  • Not set or Null
  • Setted and Valorized
  • Setted with a specific value
Example:
  • show a Thanks message when a form is submitted
  • create custom links with get params that show hidden contents in page

Max Visualization Total

Limit an element visualization for a max views.

Example:

  • show a coupon code for first 100 visitors

Max Visualization per Day

Limit an element visualization for a max views per day.

Example:

  • show a coupon code for first 100 visitors a day

Language

When is enabled a multi-language plugin it will let you choose a trigger for selected languages.

Actually support:

  • WPML
  • PolyLang

Example:

  • show an alert for all italian users
  • display a banner image only for german shop


Conditonal Tags

Triggered by native Wordpress Conditional Tags which are basic function that return a boolean if some conditions are verified.

Read more on Wordpress Conditional Tags at official documentation:
https://codex.wordpress.org/Conditional_Tags

Post

All Conditional Tags related to the current post.
Example:
  • show Comment section only if current post has comments enabled
  • show only sticky post in a list of all posts

Site

All Conditional Tags related to general site options.
Example:
  • show the page sidebar only if is globally enabled

Page

All Conditional Tags related to specific page like Home, 404, Search, etc.

Example:

  • use a more compact view on post preview in Search page result

Archive

All Conditional Tags related to specific archive page.

Example:

  • hide post related category in post preview if current page is a Category archive
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