Change the primary display settings for your coupons.
If checked, this will auto-generate a coupon archive using the archive slug below. Disable this if you would rather use the [wp_coupons] shortcode to print the coupon archive inside of a page. This can be useful if your theme has some conflicts with our archive template.
If checked, single coupon posts will display using our custom template. Disable this if you would rather use your theme’s default post template to display single coupon posts. This can be useful if your theme has some conflicts with our custom single post template.
- Post Template
- Page Template
If the previous option is unchecked, this will allow you to choose which default template is used for single coupon posts. Default: Post Template
This will change the position of the coupon panel on the single post template. Default: Right
If checked, the featured image will be displayed on the coupon panel in your Single Coupon Posts. This option is only relevant when our Enable Single Coupon Template option is turned off. It is helpful for those who have themes that do not display featured images on their page and post templates. Default: Unchecked
If checked, this will prevent the post title from printing above the content area on your Single Coupon Posts. This option is only relevant when our Enable Single Coupon Template option is turned on. Default: Unchecked
This option can be helpful if you are not wanting to display any additional content on your individual coupon posts and put the sole focus on the banner displayed at the top.
This will disable the breadcrumbs archive link that displays above the content on the Single Coupon Posts. Default: Unchecked
This will change the slug for the coupon archive URL as well as the single coupon URLs. Default: http://example.com/coupons/
This will change the text for the first navigation element on the coupon archive template and shortcode. Default: All Coupons
This will change the style and placement of your coupon archive navigation.
We have 3 different navigation style options:
- Default: This will print out all primary nav elements horizontally above your coupon panels.
- Vertical: This will print out all primary nav elements vertically to the left of your coupon panels.
If checked, this will enable tags to be used as sub-navigation for the Coupon Archive and Archive Shortcode. You may need to refresh your permalink settings after enabling this option. Default: Unchecked
This will change the layout of the main coupon archive as well as the [wp_coupons] shortcode. There are currently four different types of archive layouts.
3 Columns (Default)
The default layout is a 3 column layout.
The list view uses the same size thumbnails, it’s just in a vertical list instead.
List Compact View
The list compact view is great for pages with a sidebar and for those that want to display something not as large.
List Minimal View
Want an even more stripped down view? That’s what the minimal view is for.
This will change the sort order of the main coupon archive as well as the [wp_coupons] shortcode.
Also, see our documentation on other ways you can re-order your coupons.
This will change the call to action text on all coupon panels and buttons. Default: Get This Deal | Max Length: 25 Characters
If checked, discount codes will be displayed on coupon panels across all views. Default: Unchecked
If checked, the Coupon Type tags will no longer be displayed on coupon panels in any view. Default: Unchecked
This will change the text displayed on single coupon posts when no discount code is present. Default: No Code Needed
If checked, the No Code Needed box will not be displayed on single coupon posts if there is no discount code present. Default: Unchecked
Click to Reveal
If checked, discount codes will be hidden by default and require the user to click to reveal a popup with the discount code, and a link to the deal. Default: Unchecked. Read more about how the click to reveal works.
This will change the height of the coupon description container on your coupon panels. Default: 90px
If checked, expiration dates will be displayed on coupon panels across all views if they are set. Default: Unchecked
If checked, a row of related coupons will be displayed below your post content. See below to manage which locations you would like related coupons to show up. Default: Unchecked
Please select the post types you would like your related coupons to show up on. Default: Coupons
This will change the text that is displayed above your related coupons. Default: Related Coupons
This will cause the related coupons section to print out on the specified hook instead of directly after the_content.
When using the previous option to print related coupons on a custom hook, this will set the priority that the function prints in relation to others using the same hook.
This will change the width of the content area for the coupon archive and single coupon posts. Default: 1200px
This will change the responsive padding of the content area. Default: 20px
This will change the number of posts per page displayed in the main Coupon Archive. Default: 9
This will force the coupon widget to display a specific coupon globally.
This will force the coupon widget to display a specific coupon if on the home page (overrides global widget coupon).
If checked, this will display a “Powered by WP Coupons” link underneath the sidebar coupon widget (as seen here). If you are in our affiliate program, make sure to enter your ID below.
Enter your affiliate ID here if you have attribution links enabled to add it to the referral URL.