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Newsletter plugin v3.9.4 release notes

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 creating Continue Reading…

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Newsletters: Function Reference

The WordPress Newsletter plugin has it’s own custom functions similar to some of the WordPress query, template and internal functions which you can use during development. New functions are constantly added to this documentation so please search or request a new function if you are looking for something specific. Subscribe Form Functions wpml_hardcode – Hardcode a subscribe form Continue Reading…

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Newsletters: Filter Reference

The WordPress Newsletter plugin will fire filter hooks throughout it’s code so that you can hook with custom filters onto these filters hooks while receiving parameters and apply your own functions. It works exactly like the WordPress Plugin API/Filter Reference by using the apply_filters()function and the filter hooks are used in the same manner as that of WordPress. Continue Reading…

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Newsletters: Action Reference

The WordPress Newsletter plugin will fire actions throughout it’s code and you can hook onto these actions while receiving parameters and execute your own functions accordingly. It works exactly like the WordPress Plugin API/Action Reference by using the do_action()function in it’s code and the action hooks are used in the same manner. More and more action hooks are Continue Reading…

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Newsletters: Action – wpml_field_saved

Description wpml_field_saved is fired after a custom field has been saved. Arguments $field_id (ID of the field which was saved), $data (an Array of data for the saved field) Example Below is an example of how to use the wpml_field_saved action hook.

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