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As was already mentioned, simply include a querystring parameter in the link in each forum. You would then use a server side script to read that parameter and display the appropriate message. You could use client side JS but I think you are better off with server side. Are you familiar with client or server side programming languages?
No - which is why I was looking for a wordpress plugin
But I will do some searching online for server side info
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> As was already mentioned, simply include a querystring parameter in the
> link in
> each forum. You would then use a server side script to read that parameter
> display the appropriate message. You could use client side JS but I think
> are better off with server side. Are you familiar with client or server
> programming languages?
If you are looking for a WordPress plugin you should be looking at the WordPress site.
If you don't pass a variable from the site you would need to use the global $_SERVER vars to read some of the information as to where the user came from. Then you would have to print this on the screen. Depending on how large you want the database of welcomes to be would depend on whether you make a mySQL table dedicated to this or whether you use a flat-file DB in order to store the results. You would then query against your known list of sources and set up an else loop to ignore everything else if that is what you wish.
So yes it can be done. Can it be done with the click of a mouse and no programming, not with DW as far as I know. Can it be done with a WordPress plugin, again go check out the WordPress forums. See if anyone knows of a plugin. Otherwise I would say no, there is none. If you are looking for someone to make it for you then maybe this is a viable path if you do not have the programming knowledge.