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Newsletters: Modal Dialog

The WordPress Newsletter plugin doesn’t include a dialog/overlay feature but we recommend a 3rd party plugin named Modal Dialog which you can use. Follow these steps below to set up a dialog/overlay to be shown on your WordPress posts/pages with a subscription form in it. The dialog/overlay automatically opens/displays when users visit your site so Continue Reading…

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Newsletters: Send Post/Page as Newsletter

Send a WordPress post, page or custom post as a newsletter. If you have the WordPress Newsletter plugin installed on your WordPress website, you can send posts/pages as newsletters when publishing/updating. The box in the image below can be seen in the Add/Edit Post/Page screen below the text editor. If you have any of the Continue Reading…

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WordPress Newsletter plugin v3.8.6

WordPress Newsletter plugin v3.8.6 release notes. ADDED Custom fields conditions when sending newsletters. “Add New” button to create subscriber when viewing a mailing list. Autoresponders for follow-up emails. Scheduled tasks section in Configuration. “Insert into Editor” links for shortcodes on the Create Newsletter screen. “Run Now” link in the Email Queue section. Custom fields “not Continue Reading…

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Newsletter: Save & Upload a Template

Overview This section allows you to create and style your own themes. Alternatively, if you have any HTML theme you can upload the theme into your themes library for use with your newsletters or you can create a new theme with the visual editor. This is a full HTML theme and should contain at least Continue Reading…

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Newsletters: Turn On Debugging

Occasionally, in the admin side of the WordPress Newsletter plugin, you may experience a bug of sorts or any other issue which causes a white screen or similar. First thing you should do to investigate is to turn on Debugging. Please note that there is a difference between the logs generated by our Tribulant Newsletter Continue Reading…

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