Merge Tags For WordPress Posts & Pages
Here are the merge-tags that you can use in your WP posts, and what they mean. (Click here for merge tags for Autoresponder & Broadcast Emails)
This is better suited for a WP “page”. This text will be replaced by a login form using which your members can log in to your membership site.
This will be replaced by the entire Affiliate section from the default home page at YourSite.com/dap/ . Better suited for a Page.
This will be replaced by the user profile from the default home page at YourSite.com/dap/. Better suited for a Page.
This will be replaced by the user links section (the list of what products and what links user currently has access to) from the default home page at YourSite.com/dap/. Better suited for a Page.
This will be replaced by the first-name of the user.
This will be replaced by the email id of the user.
This will be replaced by the raw affiliate link of the member. If you want it to show up as a link in your blog post, use it like this:
This will display the DAP user’s “Username” on the page.
This will display the DAP user’s ID on the page (ID is a number).
Replaces with user’s personalized RSS feed URL.
Replaces merge tag with Product-specific details (including links available to the member as part of that Product) on a specific WordPress page/post.
You can display the value of the user’s own custom fields on your pages, using a merge tag like this:
In the above example, tax_id is the custom field that you have created in DAP. So if the name of the custom field in DAP were “ssn”, then the above merge tag would become %%DAPCUSTOMFIELD_ssn%%
Displays data of the user’s “upline” affiliate.
Displays upcoming drip-feed scheduled content.
Displays id of affiliate who referred visitor to site. If no affiliate set, displays DAP Admin’s id.
Shows list of all transactions/orders by logged-in user.
Shows list of all subscriptions by logged-in user.