Wordpress PlugIns Help Guides

Ebyline Payments For WordPress FAQs
Welcome to the Ebyline Payments for WordPress help guides page. Below are FAQs that will help you pay your contributors through WordPress from start to fin...
Wed, 6 Mar, 2019 at 4:49 PM
WordPress - Registering As An Ebyline Editor
To pay a writer for a WordPress post, the person logged into WordPress must also be logged into Ebyline as an editor. This way, the organization that the ed...
Wed, 6 Mar, 2019 at 4:54 PM
WordPress - Importing Completed Ebyline Projects
Using the Ebyline Wordpress Plugin, you can import the last 60 days of completed projects into your WordPress site. Each project will create a draft post in...
Wed, 6 Mar, 2019 at 4:55 PM
WordPress - Changing The Author Of A Post
An admin or editor has the ability to edit the author of the post. This will be the person receiving payment. By default the user who creates a post is the ...
Wed, 6 Mar, 2019 at 4:57 PM
WordPress - Setting A Fee
Not every user  can set a fee. Read this guide on who can set fees. To edit the fee, go to the Payment widget in the post. Enter the desired amount and cli...
Wed, 6 Mar, 2019 at 4:59 PM
WordPress - Purchasing A Post
Before a post can be purchased, a fee must be set. There are two ways to purchase a post. The first is through the status column's Pay Now button. The...
Wed, 6 Mar, 2019 at 5:01 PM
WordPress - Check Post Status
A post's payment status can be quickly viewed in the Posts page. The Ebyline Payments plugin adds two columns: Fee and Status.  Posts have three sta...
Wed, 6 Mar, 2019 at 5:02 PM
WordPress - Adding Users To Your Site
Through the Users menu you can allow editors, authors, and contributors to add content to your site. Editors: These users can view all the posts created f...
Wed, 6 Mar, 2019 at 5:04 PM