The thing to keep in mind here is that as post formats UI is till being developed as time goes by, there is no clear unification of how the post formats should behave regarding user data input. I would try by any means to avoid adding metaboxes for formats until the core is solid around that.
Of course, that is only my opinion and I can think of many cases where that would be really useful. Just adding another optic for looking at this.
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quadroIdeas saidI got that you had to press enter and enter again it wasn’t changing anything however
Yeah, it is indeed beautiful. The find and replace does work, though, you just have to hit “enter” and then “enter” again. It’s a little bit not as intuitive as one would expect, you have to go one by one on each piece of text you want to replace, but it kind of works.
Really? I’m coding a project for a client with it to try it out a little, and just did a find/replace yesterday with it. That’s odd. On which Sprint are you?
Yeah, it is indeed beautiful.
The find and replace does work, though, you just have to hit “enter” and then “enter” again. It’s a little bit not as intuitive as one would expect, you have to go one by one on each piece of text you want to replace, but it kind of works.
When he opens html documentation tracking code is fired and because he has appropriate tracking cookie installed this is recorded as a conversion.
Oh, alright. You’re right, I had not thought about cookies! That could be an option then… are you trying it already?
Carmen, thanks for forwarding it. I really hope we’ll see an implementation for conversion tracking in the near time. It will be a major upgrade both for authors and the marketplaces.
I am testing this idea of putting campaign tracking code into item’s html documentation but I don’t have enough data yet to confirm that this could actually work.
That is a clever idea, but even if that works, it would be just another way of knowing that someone has purchased your item, right? We would still not being able to know where did this customer (that did buy) come from.
By any chance does the team has any thoughts on what I’ve pointed out?
We are seriously projecting some advertising campaigns but any attempt in doing them without being able to tracks who ends buying would be meaningless.
Perhaps this could add up to the great series of changes you are implementing right now on the marketplaces..
This is a great improvement, guys. Thanks!
I more and more think that the key here is to be able to put the tracking code in the “after the sale” page. Or even to track the clicks on the “purchase” button, to be able to know if someone that came in via any advertising campaign ends up buying (and where did he come in from).