Simple customisable plugin that displays a name/email form where visitors can submit their information, manageable in the WordPress admin.
This is a simple plugin that allows visitors to enter their name and email address on your website, the visitors details are then added to the subscribers list which is available to view and modify in the WordPress admin area.
This plugin can be used not only for Mailing List subscriptions but can be used generally for collecting email address and/or peoples names that are visiting your website.
The name/email form can not only be customised but can also be displayed on any WordPress page by using either the 'Subscribe Widget', WordPress shortcode [smlsubform] or from your WordPress theme by calling the php function.
I developed this plugin as I could not find any plugin that simply allows users to submit their name and email address to a simple list viewable in the WordPress admin, all the plugins that I found had lots of extra features such as 3rd party integration, mass emailing and double opt-in, my clients do not need any of these features.
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I have developed some customisable options that allow you to change the way the plugin is displayed.
Below is an explanation of what each option does:-
Short codes can be used simply putting the code into your wordpress page, here is an example of the shortcode in use.
[smlsubform prepend="" showname=true nametxt="Name:" nameholder="Name..." emailtxt="Email:" emailholder="Email Address..." showsubmit=true submittxt="Submit" jsthanks=false thankyou="Thank you for subscribing to our mailing list"]
The PHP method can be used by putting the following PHP code into your WordPress theme, here is an example of php code for your template.
$args = array( 'prepend' => '', 'showname' => true, 'nametxt' => 'Name:', 'nameholder' => 'Name...', 'emailtxt' => 'Email:', 'emailholder' => 'Email Address...', 'showsubmit' => true, 'submittxt' => 'Submit', 'jsthanks' => false, 'thankyou' => 'Thank you for subscribing to our mailing list' ); echo smlsubform($args);
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-7-21
0 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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