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Newsletters: Ways to Prevent High CPU Usage

The Newsletter plugin is fairly resource intensive and if used indiscriminately could be the source of CPU overload on your hosting account. By paying attention to a few key settings one can easily reduce the amount of CPU usage by the plugin. The following processes are among those that can cause spikes in CPU usage, Continue Reading…

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Newsletters – Auto Import Users

[wpdocsparentlink] You can auto import WordPress users based on roles to subscribers on specific list/s into the WordPress Newsletter plugin. This feature applies to existing WordPress users and also to new users that are registered on your WordPress website. Newsletters > Configuration > System > Auto Import Users 1. Auto Import Users The “Auto Import Continue Reading…

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Newsletter plugin v3.9.4 release notes

[wpdocsparentlink] WordPress Newsletter plugin v3.9.4 release notes. Added Gravity Forms integration (extension). Select list(s) to show in select/checkbox subscribe form. ‘eftype‘ (excerpt/full post) parameter for the [wpmlpost…] shortcode. [wpmlpost_thumbnail] shortcode to display any post featured image thumbnail. [wpmlpost_permalink] shortcode to output the URL/permalink of any post. New shortcodes under “Variables & Custom Fields” box when Continue Reading…

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Newsletter Config: WordPress Related

[wpdocsparentlink] Newsletters > Configuration > System > WordPress Related 1. Object Cache Tick or untick this setting to use WordPress Object Cache to cache data for performance. It’s recommended that this setting is off if your PHP memory_limit is low. 2. TinyMCE Editor Button This is set to “Show” by default. Setting it to “Hide” will remove Continue Reading…

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