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[resolved] Better documentation needed (10 posts)

  1. Mike
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Why not google fonts?
    And what subscription service is used?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/coming-soon-maintenance-mode-ready/

  2. Ready! Developer
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hello.
    1. Where there should be google fonts and they are not from google?
    2. Build-in wordpress subscription

    Regards,
    Alexey.

  3. hp_angel
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi,

    I activated your plugin for a new website (coming soon mode), great idea! i have two questions:

    First, I'd like to translate parts of templates (subscribe button, confirmation messages), but don't really understand how to do it correctly (I saw a lang directory but there isn't any indication)... Could you please give instructions ?

    Another thing : I have a problem with the expedition email, there is no expedition email in emails I receive from the plugin, is it a bug ?

    Thanks in advance for your answers :)

  4. Ready! Developer
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hello.
    1. Just add in common.ini file your translations, for example:
    Subscribe="My Subscribe variant"
    2. What do you mean - "expedition email"?

    Regards,
    Alexey.

  5. hp_angel
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi,

    1) Thanks for common.ini, it works, I just have a problem with expression using the ponctuation mark ! in the english version.
    Just see it with an example from common.ini:
    Thank you for subscription!="Merci de votre inscription !" causes errors ("Warning: syntax error, unexpected '!'").

    2) I didn't used the good word, I meant "sender email" :)
    When someone subsribes, he receives an email, the "from" is empty. I notice that in \modules\messenger\mod.php, your function "send" is defined like this:

    public function send($to, $from, $fromName, $module, $template, $variables)

    and that in \modules\subscribe\models\subscribe.php, the second parameter is still get_bloginfo('name') in place of get_bloginfo('admin_email') (or another parameter that should be changed in the plugin options).
    That's why I see problem in Gmail when I receive emails from the plugin...

  6. Ready! Developer
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    1. You can use
    %exclamation_point%
    for
    !
    At all - here is list of all such special symbols:
    '?' => '%quest%',
    '{' => '%opening_brace%',
    '}' => '%closing_brace%',
    '|' => '%vertical_bar%',
    '&' => '%ampersand%',
    '~' => '%tilde%',
    '!' => '%exclamation_point%',
    '[' => '%opening_bracket%',
    ']' => '%closing_bracket%',
    '(' => '%opening_parenthesis%',
    ')' => '%closing_parenthesis%',
    '^' => '%caret%',
    'Yes' => '%Yes%',
    'yes' => '%yes%',
    'No' => '%No%',
    'no' => '%no%',
    'none' => '%none%',
    2. What is admin email option value in your blog?

    Regards,
    Alexey.

  7. hp_angel
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    1) Perfect, it works!

    2) admin_email is a WordPress option which contains my email address / blog administrator email address(let's see in Codex: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/get_option). Was it your question?

    Thanks!

  8. Ready! Developer
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hello.
    Yes, in admin area -> Setings -> General -> E-mail Address

    Regards,
    Alexey.

  9. Ready! Developer
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hello.
    If this was helpful for you and problem resolved - please mark this topic as resolved.

    Regards,
    Alexey.

  10. Mike
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    wesolved

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