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Newsletters 4.6.9 Release Notes

Release notes for version 4.6.9 of the WordPress Newsletter plugin. Added GDPR compliance help Setting to turn on/off wpautop for posts/latest posts excerpts Fixed Colorbox CSS conflicts with Divi + Tickera combination Shortcodes in newsletters not parsing in online version of newsletter The Events Calendar Select2 dropdown conflict Gutenberg editor conflict

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Newsletters: Dynamic Variables/Shortcodes

Predefined Variables Custom Fields Variables WordPress Posts in Newsletters All emails sent through the WordPress Newsletter plugin (not just newsletters, but expiration notifications, confirmation emails, etc.) are parsed through a method which checks for certain dynamic variable tags in the content and replaces these tags with values based on their purpose. Below is a list Continue Reading…

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Shortcodes & Hardcodes for displaying a Slideshow

There’s several ways of displaying a Slideshow Gallery on your site. Shortcode for all slides To embed a slideshow with all slides under Slideshow > Manage Slides in the plugin, simply insert the shortcode below into the content of a post/page. [tribulant_slideshow] Shortcode for Featured Posts You can create a slideshow from featured posts, each post being a Continue Reading…

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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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