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  • #26168
    TKlemm
    Participant

    Hallo,

    the shortcode [newsletter] works fine: confirmation-message and welcome-message are displayed on the page. Also the formular is not visible again, works great.

    But,

    [newsletter_form button_label="Go!"]
    [newsletter_field name="email" label="Your best email"]
    [/newsletter_form]

    doesn’t work perfect. After subscription the page ist reloading. I see the formular again, but noch message, no info. It also send a email for subcription, and the subscrioption works, but no confirmation-message and welcome-message are displayed on the page.

    any idea?

    Sorry for my bad english.

    #26213
    Stefano
    Keymaster

    In the subscription configuration panel have you set the correct URL for the newsletter dedicated page, the one you create and set inside only the [newsletter] shortcode?

    Bye, Stefano.

    #26225
    TKlemm
    Participant

    Hallo,

    yes, I created a page “newsletter”. Here are some screenshots
    http://wp859.deltec.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/newsletter-screen_1.jpg
    http://wp859.deltec.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/newsletter-screen_2.jpg
    http://wp859.deltec.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/newsletter-screen_3.jpg

    But I use no [newsletter] shortcode. Because I want to use [newsletter_form]. If I use both, I get two input-fields, and two subcribe-buttons. Looks like this.
    http://wp859.deltec.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/newsletter-screen_4.jpg

    If you like, here you can test it. Actually: no [newsletter] shortcode, only [newsletter_form], like Screen_3
    http://wp859.deltec.de/newsletter/

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 1 month ago by TKlemm.
    #26227
    TKlemm
    Participant

    I find a solution.

    Newsletter-Form is now in the footer. And on the newsletter-page there is only the shortcut [newsletter]. So there is a perfect formular and I get the messages (with no visible formular).

    Works fine, but not perfect. Because if a user open the link:
    http://wp859.deltec.de/newsletter/
    He will see a terible formular. Maybe I can set it on display:none. But I am not sure.

    Did I miss something? Or how it works better?

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 1 month ago by TKlemm.
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