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Newsletters: Post Thumbnail Shortcode

[wpdocsparentlink] You can insert a post thumbnail or featured image into a newsletter with the WordPress Newsletters plugin. The shortcode ultimately calls the WordPress functions has_post_thumbnail() and the_post_thumbnail() to generate an image with a link to the post. In order to use this shortcode successfully, your WordPress theme (or a 3rd party plugin) has to Continue Reading…

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Slideshow Gallery 1.6.5 Release Notes

[wpdocsparentlink] WordPress Slideshow Gallery plugin version 1.6.5 release notes. Improved Use attachment full URL if ‘thumbnail’ size is not available when adding slides Change deprecated jQuery live() to on() Colorbox upgrade to 1.6.4 Review SSL/https Updated welcome/about page New, improved object cache system Fixed Security, possible XSS on CSS parameters Missing FontAwesome font files in Continue Reading…

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Newsletters 4.6.5.3

[wpdocsparentlink] WordPress Newsletters plugin 4.6.5.3 release notes Added Make subscribe forms available to free users of the plugin Improved Improvements to the Mac OS vCard file import New screen/layout for saving and creating newsletter templates Focus some inputs in admin areas on page load Fixed vCard file import “File type is not allowed” Fatal error: Continue Reading…

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Newsletters 4.6.5.2 Release Notes

[wpdocsparentlink] WordPress Newsletter plugin 4.6.5.2 release notes. Added Really Simple Captcha preview in admin settings Javascript action hooks for subscribe forms using jQuery trigger() Multilingual subscribe forms Custom CSS per subscribe form using SASS Multilingual group names Ace editor for custom CSS Add Mandrill in again for those who use Mandrill for sending Show autoresponder Continue Reading…

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SMTP Connect() failed

[wpdocsparentlink] With our WordPress Newsletters plugin users sometimes experience this error message when setting up SMTP for the first time. The error message is SMTP Connect() failed or could also be Called Mail() without being connected. Reason for SMTP Connect() failed Error “SMTP Connect() failed” means the connection to the SMTP server cannot be made. ​ Continue Reading…

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