Download Monitors comes with various actions and filters that allows you to hook into certain events or alter certain variables. You can read more about WordPress Actions here and about WordPress Filters here.
||Triggered when a file is downloaded by a user. Passes $download and $version.
||Triggered at the start of the admin meta box for adding your own options.
||Triggered at the end of the admin meta box for adding your own options.
||Triggered on save.
||Return a url to redirect somewhere if the link is a 404. Default is false.
||Return a url to redirect somewhere if the user cannot access a file. Default is false.
||True if the user has permission to access the file. Can be used by third party plugins. Passes $download and $version.
||True if you want to redirect to the download instead of forcing it. Passes $download and $version.
||Filtered URL to the placeholder image for download thumbnails.
||Filter for the download URLs.
||Used in shortcodes to filter the download ID if needed.
||Array of args used to register the dlm_download custom post type.
||As above but for the ‘supports’ var only.
||Array of args used to register the dlm_download_version custom post type.
||Filter for changing core settings.
||Before the widget list of downloads. Default is
||After the widget list of downloads. Default is
||Before each item in the download widget. Default is
||After each item in the download widget. Default is