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Newsletters: Insert Posts with TinyMCE

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, simply Continue Reading…

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FAQs: Theme Hardcoding

The WordPress FAQ plugin doesn’t have an actual PHP API for hardcoding into a WordPress theme yet but there is a way to hardcode into your theme as needed. You will use the FAQ plugin shortcodes as listed in the documentation and just put the shortcode as the first parameter of the WordPress do_shortcode(); function Continue Reading…

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Newsletter plugin v3.8.4 release notes

WordPress Newsletter plugin v3.8.4 release notes. ADDED Serial key validation. Porteguese (pt_PT) translation by Pedro Daniel Martinho. Test email settings utility with error reporting in Configuration. Subscribe checkbox for WordPress comment form. Inserting single/multiple WordPress posts into newsletters with TinyMCE. Email history shortcode functions added to TinyMCE button. Shortcode [wpmlmailinglist] to output the name of Continue Reading…

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Newsletters: Custom Fields

Custom Fields is a distinctive and very flexible feature of the WordPress Newsletter plugin. Custom Fields allows you to define different types of additional fields that can capture additional data from your subscribers when they subscribe. The following field types are supported: Text Input, Text Area, Checkbox list, Dropdown List, Radio Buttons. The checkboxes, dropdown Continue Reading…

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WordPress FAQs: Embed All Questions

You can embed all your approved FAQs (questions and answers) from all FAQ groups with a single shortcode. Displaying 1 – 20 of 166123456 Phone is required If you are getting declined/failed orders with Authorize.net (AIM) and the plugin reports that a field is required like “Phone is required” for example. It means that this Continue Reading…

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