How to connect CleanTalk Pixel to your WordPress website

 

Our mission is to protect your website from spam. In order to do so we need to firstly identify visitor's IP address. But detecting IP address sometimes may go wrong because it may be substituted by some bots. So we decided to exclude the probability of false triggering and here comes the CleanTalk Pixel that improves your website spam protection.

 

What is CleanTalk Pixel and How It Improves Your Site Spam Protection

It is an «invisible» 1×1px image that Anti-Spam plugin integrates to your WordPress website. And when someone visits your website the Pixel is triggered and reports this visit and some other data including true IP address.

This Pixel is not located on some server but is created in HTML every time you load your website page. This exactly helps our system to get the most true IP address and not be confused by CDN or plugins caching site requests. And that's exactly how CleanTalk Pixel improves your website spam protection.

 

How to connect Pixel to your website

 

Step 1: Go to Settings Anti-Spam by CleanTalk. Click the link "Advanced settings" at the bottom of the screen. More setting will appear.

Connecting CleanTalk Pixel to your WordPress website

 

Then find Add a CleanTalk Pixel... field in Data Processing section.

Step 2: Choose, how exactly Pixel will act and press the Save Changes button:

  • Via direct output – insert Pixel code into HTML from the backend.
  • Via JavaScript – insert Pixel code into HTML from the frontend.
  • Auto – insert Pixel code into HTML from the backend if pixel detects a caching plugin (Recommended).
  • Off – Pixel if disabled.

Connecting CleanTalk Pixel to your WordPress website

 

Done! It really is that simple.

 

You can see a complete list of CleanTalk Anti-Spam plugin features here.

WordPress spam protection

 

 

If you haven't found the answer to your question, please, contact our support team:

https://cleantalk.org/my/support/open

 

 

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