Newsletters: Codex – Add Subscriber

[wpdocsparentlink] You can manually add/remove subscribers with the WordPress Newsletter plugin if you want to create your own subscribe form. If you have a custom form on your site custom created or from another plugin, you can accept subscriptions by capturing an email address and manually adding the email as a subscriber with a bit Continue Reading…

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Newsletters: Codex

[wpdocsparentlink] WordPress Newsletter plugin API code. [wpdocschildren]

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Newsletters: Insert Posts with TinyMCE

[wpdocsparentlink] click to enlarge In the WordPress Newsletter plugin the ability to quickly and easily select a post/posts and insert the shortcode into your newsletter. If you would like to do this, here is how to go about it: 1. Envelope Button To open the ‘Newsletter Functions’ screen as you can see in the image, Continue Reading…

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Newsletter: Test Email Settings

[wpdocsparentlink] The Test Email Settings feature in the WordPress Newsletter plugin is a useful little feature which takes all the email settings in the ‘General Mail Settings’ and checks to see they are working properly. The Test Email Utility can be accessed from Newsletters > Configuration > General > General Mail Settings. You will see Continue Reading…

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Newsletters: Paid Subscriptions – PayPal

[wpdocsparentlink] If you decide to use the PayPal (Website Payments Standard) payment method for your paid subscriptions, there are 2 things that you need to do. First you’ll need to configure the plugin and then you’ll need to configure your PayPal account. Configure the Plugin Go to Newsletters>Configuration – Paid Subscriptions to configure paid subscriptions Continue Reading…

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