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This section to change the user level that edit the PageLines Meta Settings in posts and pages as well as custom post types (banners, features, etc). The level selected is related to the user's membership role within Wordpress including Administrator, Editor, Author, and Contributor.
The Advanced Setting page contains some additional options that can be useful to solve some specific issues when developing your site. These include notorious browser compatibility issues with JS, server issues with Ajax and some useful other options for helping troubleshoot your site or connect with the affiliate program.
Lets just review each of the settings here
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If you are a PageLines Partner you can enter your Partner Link here to change the PageLines logo on your site to be an affiliate link.
If you are not a PageLines Partner you can sign up and earn a referral for every sale you generate through your link.
Many of the settings in PageLines are saved automatically thanks to AJAX. Some hosting servers do not play well with AJAX and if you are having issue with AJAX saving you can click this box to disable it.
The common issues you may notice are typography or design control settings not functioning properly.
Checking this box enables an additional tab in the PageLines interface which will gather some anonymous data about your server and hosting environment. This can help PageLines support better understand problems you may be experiencing if they are related to your server setup.
You will likely only need to use this if asked by a PageLines team member but you are free to check it yourself if you are curious.
When you login to your WordPress admin panel go to the PageLines settings, the first thing you see is this introduction.
If you have read it, know it and don't want to see if anymore -- click this.
This section allows you to change the user level that may edit the PageLines Meta Settings in posts and pages as well as custom post types (banners, features, etc). The level selected is related to the user's membership role within Wordpress including Administrator, Editor, Author, and Contributor.