The template-based dashboard and its dashboard sections are easy to customize. Individual template files for the dashboard and each of its sections allow for rapid customizations.
The templates are used when the dashboard or any of its sections are rendered via the built-in facilities:
The system provides template files that contain the markup and template structures that are used to render the front-end dashboard and its individual dashboard sections.
The default template files are provided within the plugin’s
affiliates-pro/templates/dashboard directory and contain the following files:
dashboard.php– renders the dashboard with all its sections
login.php– renders the login form
registration.php– renders the registration form
profile.php– renders the profile form
overview.php– renders the overview with the graphs and the link tool (this template is not used with this version, use
overview-pro.php– renders the enhanced overview with the graphs and the link tool
- (this template is not used with this version, use
overview-enterprise.php– renders the enhanced overview section with the graphs and the link tool
earnings.php– renders the periodic earnings section
earnings-entry.php– renders individual entries in the earnings section
referrals.php– renders the referrals section (this template is not used with this version, use
referrals-enterprise.php– renders the referrals section
referrals-entry.php– renders individual entries in the referrals section
traffic.php– renders the traffic section (this template is not used with this version, use
traffic-enterprise.php– renders the traffic section
traffic-entry.php– renders individual entries in the traffic section
banners.php– renders the banners section (this template is not used with this version, use
banners-enterprise.php– renders the banners section
campaigns.php– renders the campaigns section
campaigns-entry.php– renders individual entries of the campaigns section
To customize these templates, copy them to a directory within your theme named
affiliates. For example, assuming that your active theme is located in
wp-content/themes/mytheme and you want to customize the Login and the Overview section, you would add the following files within your theme:
Important – Do not edit the files directly within the plugin itself, as once you update the plugin, all your changes will be overwritten. Also, if you are not yet using a child theme, you should create one and add those files there.
$dashboardthis object is available for use within the
$sectionthe section object is available for use within its corresponding section template and provides details that can be used in the template
Please refer to the included template files for details on these variables and their usage.
The composition of the dashboard in a given context determines which sections are shown when the dashboard is rendered. They can be altered using the