The WP Coupons plugin comes with display options to enable an archive template. You can see a preview of this in our archive demo. You can set your coupon slug/URL, and also adjust the page width and padding. You can also use a shortcode to print out your coupons in case you have any issues with the archive template. Check out a preview of the shortcode demo.
Under the style options you can change the colors for just about every attribute that the plugin outputs.
There is an extra options section to change the way certain areas of the plugin work. You can force direct links. 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 can help decrease clicks and increase conversion rates. This is actually a feature implemented from user feedback.
You can also add custom CSS if you need to customize any additional options that the plugin settings might not handle.
Then there are options if you are using the coupons archive template to add content before and after where the coupons are displayed. This is another feature implemented from user feedback.
There is a built-in coupon widget that you can use to display on your blog’s sidebar. You can even make your coupon widget scroll as people read down your posts.
By default the coupon will randomly rotate on your sidebar between all the coupons you have published. However, you can manually set a coupon per post to show up on your sidebar. This is great for increasing your conversions and CTR as the coupon can be more relevant to the content of your post.
The WP Coupons plugin is fully responsive and scales great on desktops, tablets, and mobile phones.
We love WordPress and we use this plugin ourselves on all of our sites. We are committed to making it better and helping you earn more! If you have any problems or questions, feel free to contact us anytime.