AffilBox plugin for WordPress

Datum přidání28. 01. 2014
AutorKateřina Střelcová
AffilBox plugin for WordPress

We’ve prepared a plug-in for your WordPress content management system that will make embedding codes on your site a breeze. You can download it HERE.

Before deploying the codes, create a subdomain for your commission program.
This will give you both a tracking and conversion code in the shape of your domain, and you will have a higher order tracking success rate.


Installing a plug-in in wordpress is like installing any other plugin in WordPress. Select Plugins → Plugin Installation from the menu. Under the heading, click Upload File. Select the downloaded file from the link above and click on Install. WordPress plugin will install itself and you just need to put Activate plugin.


In Settings → AffilBox you have the option to insert a tracking code that will appear in the footer of all pages. If you use the FAPI automated sales system, you can enter your login details here and the plugin will calculate the order amount itself and pass it to AffilBox.

Inserting codes on the page

You can insert different codes for each page or post. So you can have different campaigns for different thank you pages. Just copy the conversion code from AffilBox and paste it into the appropriate box. If you want to insert a different tracking code on that page than on the rest of the site, there is a second box for that.

Where to find the codes

Click on Ad Campaigns in the left menu of your AffilBox license.

Expand your campaign and select Codes from the top menu:

Komentáře (1)

Matyáš 25. 04. 2020


I would like to ask how it is possible to add a conversion code to WordPress Affilatebox plugin. After installing and everything needed, it shows me the option to enter only the Tracking code :/.

Thank you very much for the answer.

Ondřej Martinek 26. 04. 2020

Hello, the conversion code, according to the instructions, needs to be placed on your thank you page, which is linked to the ordering of the service or product on your website. Therefore, it can’t be in the plugin settings because the plugin has no idea what your thank you (or multiple) pages are.

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