Integrate Mad Mimi with your WordPress website: includes signup form widgets and automatically adding registered users to lists.
title=>true, but only
madmimi-widget.php, as reported by Leo Germani. Thanks again, Leo!
is_wp_errorto prevent errors from throwing their own error as reported: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-mad-mimi-for-wordpress-mad-mimi-14-plugin-breaks-plugin-page-with-fatal-php-error
Lots of improvements in this update.
curl()to WordPress functions
- now if users don't havecurl()` on their servers, they still may be able to use the plugin.
labelto error messages; clicking on the messages will focus users on the field throwing the error.
Undefined offsetPHP notices
Structural improvements in Version 1.3 are thanks to Leo Germani.
<div class="mad_mimi_success">for better formatting control.
mad_mimi_signup_form_successfilter for modifying the form submission message.
rel=nofollowto the optional link to Mad Mimi.
curl_initis supported by the web host; it's required for this plugin
wpautop()formatting to signup success message, meaning that it will add paragraphs if none were provided
implode()fatal error (it even sounds bad!), this update should fix it thanks to an updated
mad_mimi_signup_formmodifies the form if used by shortcode or in the widget,
mad_mimi_signup_form_widgetmodifies the widget output (including before and after the form), and
mad_mimi_signup_form_errormodifies the error message. Refer to the FAQ for more information.
Requires: 3.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.7.17
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Active Installs: 2,000+
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