Support » Plugin: Mail List » Adding Mail List to Page

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  • Plugin Author danycode

    (@danycode)

    Do you want to display the form only with pages instead of everywhere?

    Yes. I only want to display it on our homepage for now.

    Plugin Author danycode

    (@danycode)

    Hallo, please follow this post an user asked me the same some day ago in my forum.

    When I clicked the update file button, I got the following: Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/content/54/7665654/html/wp-content/plugins/mail-list/includes/front_form.php:49) in /home/content/54/7665654/html/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 881.

    I’m not understanding what I’m doing wrong here.

    Plugin Author danycode

    (@danycode)

    Delete whitespaces at the beginning and at the end of the code that you have pasted.

    Thanks. That worked for saving, but I still don’t see the join email list at the bottom of my homepage. Any other suggestions?

    Plugin Author danycode

    (@danycode)

    – Write you website url exactly in this form:

    $my_url="http://www.yoururl.com/";

    with slash at the end.

    – Clear cookies.

    That’s what I have, but the editor is showing the file as inactive. I deactivated and reinstalled the plugin and made changes before activating the plug in this time and the file still says inactive.

    Plugin Author danycode

    (@danycode)

    Use an FTP client to modify the file:

    public_html/wp-content/plugins/mail-list/includes/front_form.php

    I edited the file via my FTP editor on godaddy, but still no join email list at the bottom of the page. Do I have to add something that calls the addaction() function somewhere.

    Never mind. I see it, but on a different page. I must have the incorrect url somewhere.

    Sorry to bother you again, but I redownloaded the plug in and left everything as is and the join the mailing list box still only appears on one page. Any suggestions would be helpful.

    Plugin Author danycode

    (@danycode)

    Sorry i don’t understand:

    and the join the mailing list box still only appears on one page

    this is not your purpose?

    Sorry, I didn’t realize that there was a response. This was my original intent to display it on one page, but for some reason it displays on the wrong page. So I redid everything and thought that it would appear on every page, but it still only appeared on that one page. I’m not sure of the reason why?

    Plugin Author danycode

    (@danycode)

    Hallo, print on screen the content of the variable $pageURL:
    echo $pageURL;
    then inspect in your page or check the html of the page to verify the content, then use that url in $my_url.

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