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Newsletter 4.4.6 Release Notes

WordPress Newsletter plugin 4.4.6 release notes. Added TinyMCE editor for multilingual system emails Link to delete post on newsletter previously published Support for qTranslate X multilingual newsletters Mandrill webhook bounce configuration Setting to include custom fields in HTML offsite code Subscribe redirect URL per mailing list Improved Prevent plugin files in Google index Class attribute on Continue Reading…

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Newsletters: Conditional Tags

Default Custom Field Value When you use a custom field [newsletters_field…] in your newsletters to personalize them, some subscribers may not have a value for that custom field. You can then display a default value instead of having a blank space. Here is an example: View the code on Gist. Specify the [newsletters_field…] shortcode with Continue Reading…

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Newsletter: Unsubscribe history

Newsletters > Subscribers > Unsubscribes Unsubscribes This is the list of unsubscribed users. It will show the email address, user, mailing list, history emails and date of unsubscribe per subscriber. You will be able to search, delete user or subscriber in this section of the plugin.

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Newsletter: View Mailing Lists

You are able to view subscribers and unsubscribed subscribers per mailing list by clicking on view under each mailing list. Newsletters>Mailing Lists- view click to enlarge View Mailing List 1. Offsite Form Generate an offsite form for this mailing list to be used on another site for users to subscribe to this mailing list. 2. Edit Edit this Continue Reading…

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Newsletters – Contact Form 7 Subscribers 1.2

WordPress Newsletter plugin – Contact Form 7 Subscribers 1.2 Release Notes Improved Dynamic plugin name, path and base Change get_bloginfo() functions to their respective functions Integrate Contact Form 7’s new private properties Check if wpMailPlugin exists before initializing  Fixed Ampersand (&) in newer PHP versions leaves the contact form “Newsletters” pane blank

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