Magic Action Box let's you display professional looking opt-in forms and feature boxes in your WordPress site.
Check out the Quick Start guide to get started.
Yes you can. As long as your autoresponder lets you create html forms that you can copy and paste, then you are all good. Watch this video tutorial to learn more.
You may use the [magicactionbox id="ACTION BOX ID"] shortcode in your blog posts or the
mab_get_actionbox( ACTION_BOX_ID ) template tag in your theme template.
Yes. In the WordPress Dashboard, go to the Widgets page and lookg for the Magic Action Box Widget.
Make sure that your uploads directory wp-content/uploads/ is writeable (it usually is). Then save your action box or custom style again to allow the plugin to generate the required css code.
Go to Magic Action Box Settings -> Main Settings and check the Minify HTML Output checkbox.
If you just upgrade from any version below 2.8, then this is expected due to the big improvements in the code. We're sorry for the scare but don't worry, just follow the steps in this guide and you should get back your converting users in no time.
Try clearing the plugin cache using the Clear Cache button found in WP Admin -> Magic Action Box Settings -> Main Settings
Try checking the Reorder post content filter priorities checkbox found in WP Admin -> Magic Action Box Settings -> Main Settings. Please understand that this may not solve the problem and may conflict with other plugins too. Just uncheck it if it does.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-6-26
7 of 8 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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