Subscribe2 Widget Pro enhances the capabilities of Subscribe2 via an advanced subscription widget with many additional options.
Subscribe2 Widget Premium is a significant upgrade to Subscribe2 Widget Pro that adds features and functionality not found within the default widget. Features include faster AJAX form submission, customizable labels, validation messages and input values, an advanced shortcode and much more. Also included is 1-year of priority support and auto updates.
Subscribe2 is the leading email subscription plugin for WordPress with more than 1.2 million downloads. Unfortunately, the widget that comes with the plugin lacks ease of integration and a good user experience. That's where Subscribe2 Widget Pro comes in... Subscribe2 Widget Pro greatly enhances the standard Subscribe2 widget to provide optimized features and advanced configurations. Easily increase the number of subscribers to your blog by including a better subscription form in your sidebar.
Subscribe2 Widget Pro is actively supported and developed. The open source version is available for free to the WordPress community. For additional options and priority support please consider upgrading to Subscribe2 Widget Pro Premium. If you like this plugin please rate it on WordPress.org to help support future development and spread the good word.
Be sure to test the subscription form. While we've done our best to code it for use in different website environments, we provide this code "as-is" and make no warranties, representations, covenants or guarantees with regard to the subscription widget, and will not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages or for loss of profit, revenue, data, business or use arising out of your use of the subscription widget.
The developer of this plugin is in no way affiliated with Subscribe2, the company or its affiliates. The code contained herein is developed for free use and distribution in an effort to give back to the WordPress community.
Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.1
Last Updated: 2014-2-25
3 of 3 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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