What is LinkPatrol?

LinkPatrol is a WordPress plugin that gives you in-depth analysis of links found in your posts and pages and lets you nofollow or strip links to certain domains or individual URLs. It is not a recommendation engine that does the thinking for you and tells you which links you should or shouldn’t nofollow or strip.

What do I get when I purchase LinkPatrol?

By purchasing LinkPatrol you receive the plugin itself as well as one year license that will give you access to updates and support.

What are the requirements for using LinkPatrol?

LinkPatrol requires you to run WordPress 3.7 or newer.

Does LinkPatrol work with sites that don’t use WordPress?

No. Your site must use WordPress in order to install LinkPatrol.

Does LinkPatrol work with sites hosted on WordPress.com?

No. You must use a self-hosted version of WordPress in order to install LinkPatrol.

Where can I find LinkPatrol’s help documentation?

LinkPatrol documentation can be found here:http://linkpatrolwp.com/documentation/

How does LinkPatrol support work?

If you have any issues with LinkPatrol you can submit a support request at Support page. You must be logged in and have a valid licence in order to do it.

How do LinkPatrol updates work?

As long as you have a valid and activated license key, you will receive LinkPatrol updates notifications in your WordPress dashboard, the same way you do for plugins downloaded from wordpress.org plugin repository.

Do you offer refunds?

We will be happy to give a refund within the first 3 days of your purchase if you are unable to get the plugin to install properly on your website or if the plugin fails to perform the basic functions as designed and you have worked with the product support team to try to resolve these issues.

Can I translate LinkPatrol to my language?

Yes, text strings in LinkPatrol are translatable. LinkPatrol uses linkpatrol textdomain and all translation files should be placed in /languages folder.