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  • #6820
    AspectsWebDesign
    Participant

    I cannot modify the ‘Form Code’ in this module. This is a major bug that I would like worked out. I cannot just disable some plugins to determine which one is injecting it’s own javascript.

    I am willing to go directly to edit the module to get the form to perform the way I need, but I need to know which file is the actual form on. I need to make some additional fields required and include asterisks (*) next to the labels, with an explanation above the entire form.

    #6825
    AspectsWebDesign
    Participant

    you are killing me/ and the use of your plugin. Sorry to say in an open forum – but I can’t even make preferences to make my fields required. Also, ‘Form Style’ and ‘Other Forms’ (which I just tried) DOESN’T WORK…

    #6826
    AspectsWebDesign
    Participant

    Aye – that sucks. Any help you need on your plugin… let me know! you have an issue with how $buffer .=’xyz’; is being called fromĀ sameĀ file! I fixed mine.

    #6847
    Stefano
    Keymaster

    Hi, sorry but I’m not able to understand. If you create a custom for you can reference it with [newsletter form="X"] to use it, or you can use the form code directly on places where the short code is not usable.

    Stefano.

    #6860
    AspectsWebDesign
    Participant

    Thank you for clearing that up, I fixed the issue shortly after sending the message – But now unfortunately I have another question. Is there a way to set up the newsletter plugin to send the newsletter which was created to new subscribers upon signing up?

    Thanks- Tariq

    #6876
    Stefano
    Keymaster

    No, there is not such feature. And for a good reasons: a newsletter can target specific users (by preference, gender and so on) so there is not a “last” newsletter to send upon a new subscription.

    Stefano.

    #6897
    AspectsWebDesign
    Participant

    That is absolutely understandable. thank you. We have almost solved all of the kinks to make this plugin work for, our last issue is allowing for multiple email addresses to receive a notification email. We currently have 4 email address that need to be notified – I have already attempted to separate by a comma but it still only sends to the first email listed.

    Thanks so much for your help.

    Tariq

    #6911
    Stefano
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    the plugin cannot, actually, send a notification to more than one address. Without changing the code, can you set up a “fake” address which is an distribution address so each message is forwarded to other addresses?

    Stefano.

    #6921
    AspectsWebDesign
    Participant

    I am actually willing to change the code versus using dummy accounts. Which file should I modify in order to do this. Have you already thought of this for upcoming version of this plugin? It is something i think a lot of users would benefit from. Tell me which file and I will send it to you when it is updated.

    #10235
    Opus55
    Participant

    What file do I need to edit in order to add “required” to an extra profile field. I have a financial advisor customer that can only solicit to prospects in certain States and need the extra profile field “State” to be required.

    I was able to modify and create a new form, but need it for default form

    Please let me know what file to edit, or other workaround

    #10236
    Stefano
    Keymaster

    You should use the standard form but replacing the javascript so even the requited profile filed is mandatory.

    #10240
    Opus55
    Participant

    Where is the js located?

    #10242
    Stefano
    Keymaster

    Just start from the subscription form panel, there is a subpanel with the form generated an even the relative javascript.

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