The settings page allows you to customize what browsers are deemed unsupported, on what devices, and what versions. In our above screen shoot you can see just what we are filtering on this example.
In this last template here you can see us using the URL shortcode to define a link and where it will go if they chose to click on this link.
You should then see one of two messages; “Successfully changed the users password and sent them an email.” which is obvious, or you may also see an error message. This typically means that you’ll need to setup an SMTP server.
Last, thing we need is a way to customize the CSS! We haven’t left that out, as you can see from this example we’re just going to display some images.
Now we get to see the plugin in action on this unsupported browser! I’ve also moused over the image to show you the URL, on the bottom left, of where I’d go if I clicked on the image.