In the latest version of CircuPress, we’ve added shortcode support so that your email isn’t delivered with the shortcode displayed within the content. That makes for some ugly emails and can also cause rendering issues with some email clients. We found this out with our own site. A shortcode may […]
There are times when you need to add dynamic information into your CircuPress templates. We use an approach similar to other platforms where you can insert a string encapsulated in percentage signs to be inserted at time of delivery. Our substitution strings are: %%EMAIL%% – this will insert the subscribers […]
If you’re utilizing a plugin like Yoast SEO or the All in One SEO plugin, you’ll want to exclude the Email post type in your XML Sitemap settings. These will ensure that your published emails are not automatically indexed by search engines. We’ve also added noindex meta tags on the latest […]
If you’d like to insert a form directly within your page template, you just need to call the function: <?php echo wpcp_circupressform( ‘buttontext=>”Subscribe!”, style=>”margin: 10px;”, layout=>”horizontal”‘, $content=’Subscribe Today!’ ); ?>
Our shortcode is pretty simple! Horizontal display (for across a page or on a slider or navigation bar on the page): [circupress buttontext=”Subscribe!” layout=”horizontal” style=”width:500px”]Subscribe to our Newsletter:[/circupress] Vertical display (for down a page): [circupress buttontext=”Subscribe!” layout=”vertical” style=”width:500px”]Subscribe:[/circupress] Note that you can change the text of the button as well […]
While we have both the form in a widget format and shortcode, we’ve also added the ability to add a subscriber from an external site. We have newsletter signups on domains other than our own to build our subscriber base. If you’d like to do this, you’ll need to build […]
Your email template files are found in the directory: wp-content/uploads/circupress_template Why do we put the templates there? We will be updating the plugin on a regular basis to fix bugs and enhance the CircuPress email service. If we stored the templates in the theme or plugin folders, they would be overwritten […]
Installing CircuPress is simple – no need for any special scripting or anything. Search for CircuPress in the WordPress.org plugin directory and click install. Activate the CircuPress plugin. Sign up for a CircuPress Account. Go to CircuPress menu in your WordPress dashboard and fill in the wizard we provide.
Getting an API key is simple, you just have to register for an account. You can sign up here and start your account. As soon as you login, you’ll see your API key.
We’re currently working on the ability to remove your account via out administrative interface. For now, please contact us on our support form and we’ll take care of it!