Extra options to change the way certain areas of the plugin work.
When checked, this will globally force your coupon button links to go directly to the corresponding discount URL if one is set instead of going to the single coupon post, overriding the individual coupon post direct link setting.
This option controls where coupon URLs are opened when direct links are enabled. Default: New Tab (_blank)
When checked, this will enable Clipboard.js and display a “Copy” button on your Coupon Codes.
When checked, this will prepend your coupon permalinks with your front base (‘with_front’ => true). Default: Unchecked
When checked, this will prevent your coupons from showing up in front end search results. Default: Unchecked
When checked, this will allow your coupon posts to show up when using the REST API. Default: Unchecked
When checked, this will enable comment support for your coupon posts. Default: Unchecked
This option is only meant to enable support for comments on the registration of the coupon custom post type. After enabling this option, you may still need to allow comments on the actual coupon posts for them to display.
Here you can add a CSS class that will be added to the custom single coupon template container div. If adding multiple classes, add a space between each one.
Add your custom css here.
Add content here to print above your coupons on the main archive template.
Add content here to print below your coupons on the main archive template.
Choose which roles have access to manage Coupon posts.
When enabled, this will cause all WP Coupons options data to be removed from your database when the plugin is uninstalled.
Disable the use of visual UI elements in the plugin settings such as checkbox toggles and hovering tooltips.