Referrer Matching Mode

With this conditional option, you can either tell BackJacker to enable itself or disable itself based on the referrer of your web site traffic.  The options in the drop down field are: Don’t use this feature – This will disable this feature all together. Enable plugin on match – This will enable BackJacker only if…

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Disable BackJacker if link is clicked

In this optional configuration option, you can disable BackJacker functionality if a visitor clicks on any of your links on your web site.  A bounce is typically recorded as someone who lands on your website, does not click on any inner page links and just clicks away without further navigating your web site.  By enabling…

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Disable BackJacker after X seconds

With this optional setting, you can configure BackJacker to disable itself after someone visits your website and stays on a page or post for a specified period of time.  This works great if you have a good site with content that most people find interesting as you can configure this setting not to irritate your visitors…

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Percent of traffic to BackJack

In this optional configuration setting, you can specify how much of your traffic is effected by BackJacker.  Based on the number configured in this field, BackJacker will either be enabled and function as configured or it will sit dormant.  This setting will configure both back button hijacking as well as any Advanced Exit Option.  You…

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