Parameter

If you set a parameter name will show (or hide) your element.
If a PHP parameter in GET, POST, REQUEST, COOKIE, and SERVER method is:

  • Not set or Null;

  • Set and Valorized;

  • Set with a specific value.

Example:

  • show a "Thank you" message when a form is submitted;

  • create custom links.

Max Visualization Total

Limit an element visualization for max views.

Example:

  • show a coupon code for the first 100 visitors.

Max Visualization per Day

Limit an element visualization for max views.

Example:

  • show a coupon code for the first 100 visitors each day.

Language

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

Actually, support:

  • WPML;

  • PolyLang;

  • TranslatePress

  • WeGlot

Example:

  • show an alert for all Italian users;

  • display a banner image only for German shops.

Conditional Tags

Triggered by native WordPress Conditional Tags which are basic functions that return a boolean if the condition is verified.

Read more on WordPress Conditional Tags in the official documentation.

Post

All Conditional Tags are related to the current post.

Example:

  • show Comment section only if the current post has comments enabled;

  • show only sticky posts in a list of all posts.

Site

All Conditional Tags are related to general site options.

Example:

  • show the page sidebar only if it is globally enabled.

Page

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

Example:

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

Archive

All Conditional Tags are related to a specific archive page.

Example:

  • hide post-related category in post preview if the current page is a category archive.

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