Add an iContact signup form to your sidebar or content and easily update how the form looks.
- Important update! Fixes issue where form IDs get changed, causing errors (as reported here)
- Added support for servers without
curl() by using WP's built-in
- Added options
- Choose page URL to redirect users to on successful signup
- Choose error page URL
- Open forms in new window
- Added filters
icontact_widget_style - Modify the CSS style output
icontact_link - Modify iContact link output
- Rewrote plugin output functionality
- CSS styles now added to website
- The form's "* = Required Field" row now has a CSS class
- Made widget interface better
- Updated instructions to be more clear
- Fixed link to iContact instructions
- Improved layout of widget by hiding unnecessary items
- If you want to modify widget or shortcode output, there's now an
add_filters method to do so.
- Updated with the GPL license
- Should fix "The iContact file was not accessible for some reason." issue that was experienced by users with certain hosting configurations
- Fixed incompatibility for servers running PHP4 by adding
str_ireplace() function definition
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- Updated widget so that it will not load for users < WordPress 2.8, preventing errors
- Improved wording for widget's code override option
- Added support for
curl for servers that don't support
- Fixed issue where you had to save widget two times for it to update
- Added support for multiple widgets, and multiple instances of the same widget on a page
- Improved iContact code validation by adding closing slashes to s
- Added option to not display form in sidebar, if only using the [icontact id=#] shortcode
- Changed shortcode structure to
[icontact id=#]. Once configured, widget now provides a reference ID
- Fixed shortcode bug that had inserted form before content, instead of where inserted in content.
- Improved code to save update form on the first save
name=clientid formatting cleanup
- Added missing closing tag to signup form.
- Added widget description for the wp-admin Widgets page.
- Improved error handling, and prevented form from being shown until it works properly.
- Added settings: Edit HTML capability, Change input width, Change Submit input text, Change form width
- Added PHP
file_get_content() error handling
- Added HTTPS form option
Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.1
Last Updated: 2013-1-11
3.7 out of 5 stars
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