Hi, I have added a Getresponse opt-in subscriber form to my self-hosted wordpress at http://www.moneylinksonline.com. It requires a confirmation page, which is a page that subscribers see after thet click the submit button, and it tells them to confirm their email address. I want that page to be a page in the blog, so I created a page and used a plug-in to make it not show up in the menu. I use Permalinks, the URL is http://www.moneylinksonline.com/index.php/confirm and the page can be browsed to.
In the form, the code looks like this:
<input type=”hidden” name=”category1″ value=”moneylinksonline” />
<input type=”hidden” name=”confirmation” value=”http://www.moneylinksonline.com/index.php/confirm”/>
<input type=”hidden” name=”ref” value=”700″ />
<input type=”hidden” name=”getpostdata” value=”get” />
When I sign up, the URL that wants to come up has GetResponse data added to it and does not show up:
Is there a way for me to make this happen? There is also a second page that I want to do the same thing with, the page that they see after they confirm their address.
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