yPHPlista integrates your PHPList install with beautiful AJAX.
Now you can: To use an alternate subscribe "page" use the shortcode with temple_id, like [yphplista template_id=3]. To use an alternate list use the shortcode with listname AND listnum, like [yphplista linstame="secondlist" listnum=3]. To use as a function, use (eg )
At the current time yPHPLista does not validate email addresses, nor does it employ any spam prevention techniques like reCAPTCHA, etc. If you need this functionality, be in touch for personalized support. note: PHPList has some built in validation (eg it won't accept .ocm domains for example) but again that's not part of the plugin.
Wow, that's broad. Have you correctly set up PHPList, created a list, and a subscribe page? All of these things are NOT under the purview of this plugin; basically make sure everything's running well on that side before you attempt to use this.
Have you created a subscribe page, and entered the correct settings in the plugin settings page? Remember, each subscribe page has an "id" (the default is 1) and we need to make sure they're created in order to use this plugin.
Also note two major caveats: WP doesn't allow you to use AJAX cross-server; that is, you can't have your wp install at "http://mywp.com" and your newsletter at "http://mynews.com/newsletter" and expect it to work flawlessly. this is for security reasons. also note that if there are two instances of phplist on the same page, one MIGHT fail (not sure), so make sure to triple test multiple loops or queries. this is because phplist requires certain naming conventions for its form elements that sometimes won't interact perfectly with jquery...
Certainly. CSS is your best friend. everything is id'd and class'd