Support » Plugin: Subscribe2 » Custom Post Types

  • Resolved Rachel Goldstein

    (@rachelgoldstein71)


    I understand that you added support for custom post types. But, I just want to make sure that an email will NOT be sent for my new custom post type. If I don’t do anything to add the functionality, then no email should be sent, is that correct? Right now I’m testing, and am afraid to publish my first custom post type post without knowing for sure. It’s full of a lot of lorem ipsum text, and it’s an ad to boot. And even when I’m out of the testing phase, I don’t want emails sent for these.

    The override button is not showing up on the custom post type edit screen.
    Thanks.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/subscribe2/

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  • @rachelgoldstein71,

    If the custom post type is not registered for Subscribe2 then no post is generated, without a little code Subscribe2 won’t be watching those post publications.

    Thanks.

    @rachelgoldstein71,

    Of course the other solution for those of a more nervous disposition is to deactivate Subscribe2 at the time of publication and then reactivate after again. That would stop any per-post email notifications sending.

    If I do have a nervous disposition (and some might say I do 🙂 ), then I will be worried that deactivating Subscrbe2 will lose my settings.

    @rachelgoldstein71,

    🙂 Deactivating won’t lose any settings, that happens only when uninstalling via the WordPresss plugin menu.

    Custom Taxonomy – When sending out Email notifications using the {CATS} and {TAGS} elements in the email template, nothing is picked up even though thy are now be pulled in elsewhere in the plugin?

    @mibrad_za,

    Please can you open your own thread and give me some more information if you want some help getting this to work on your site. The code that creates and also the code that registers the custom post and taxonomy types would be a good start.

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