Hi, i have problem after installing the plugin, in the tab “optin popup1”
showed me a message:
“Fatal error: Call to undefined function wp_editor() in /wp-content/plugins/optin-revolution/optinrev.php on line 555”
how to fix it?
I will address the website tomorrow to make sure you can enter your email address in. Not sure of an exact date but we are getting closer as there is a lot more function in the pro version. We will update you via email. I’ll post back here tomorrow after we have checked out the website.
Hi, thanks for the update, could you add 1shoppingcart to the auto responders accepted or a custom field for any AR. I use both aweber and 1sc but would prefer to use my 1shoppingcart AR to put leads onto. Whats the price of the pro version going to be?
I have added your request for future versions to support other AR via a custom input field allowing you to enter in any AR code. Be a few weeks before you see this live.
Hi There, your main site still hasn’t corrected the optin form so that I can optin and see when the full version of plugin is available. Also I was wondering if you can help with an issue, optin revolution is conflicting with my optin comments plugin, before your latest update it was wiping out my settings for optin comments when activated.
There may be a similar field being used causing a conflict like the name or email field and really need both active, I had to disable optin revolution pop up so I could use optin comments, your latest update seems to have half fixed the issue, my settings in optin comments are not being removed now when I have the pop up activated but its not functioning with optin revolution turned on.
I can send you the plugin if this helps, cheers.
Hi There. I just logged into optin comments and seen your header at the top of it so seems to be an overlap, here is an image of what I mean. http://www.simeontuitt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/conflict.png
Thanks for the screenshot. We would need to look at the Optin Comments plugin can we take a look at your blog to see what they are using in there css naming conventions. No problem we can fix this. Reply back to support [at] optinrevolution.com to discuss further.
Thanks for the swift reply, sent you an email with everything. 😉
@tuittdirect this has been fixed in version 1.1.0
Does Anyone know why I get This Pop up in the Memders area of optin revolution and does anyone know how to get rid of it?
Converting inline element to inline -block
class:ui-slider-handle ui-state-default ui-corner-all curvyIgnore
What do you mean by “Members area” what membership script are you using?
Where are you seeing this code?
curvyObject warning: Converting inline element to inline -block tag:A class:ui-slider-handle ui-state-default ui-corner-all curvyIgnore Parent tag:DIV
What I meant is in the optin popup 1 page in wordpress where the stage is.Everytime I hit the save settings button that would pop up in a window. Also the folder under the stage for awebers settings does not open up.The input field folder opens up ,windows setup opens up,the pop window setting opens up,close popup image opens up,but the Email marketing form won’t open up. and I do have it Check.
The settings page the on-off buttons, there aren’t any. I am thinking maybe another plug is affecting it. any ways if you have any ideas I would appreciate it. Thanks
Ok, I would hold off till the next release as there are heaps of fixes in this, you could disable all plugin and see if it’s an issue, if still a problem change back to the WordPress Twenty Eleven theme, It’s a process of elimination to find which plugin or theme is causing the problem. As mentioned I would waste to much time as there has been heaps of fixes in the new version which we where hoping to release today but there has been a minor set back.
If there is a problem after we release the new version and you have upgraded I’ll take a look.
Hi OR Author,
I really want this pop up to work, because it looks great, but… it never shows!
WordPress version: 3.5.1
Optin Revolution version: 1.1.2 (Where is 1.1.3? What is the ETA?)
I did this: Install, customize form, become frustrated, trouble shoot by deactivating as many plugins as I can/want to without messing up other valuable stuff, and clearing my browser… but still nothing. Both switches are turned to the on position.
I expected the plugin to do this: …work.
Instead it did this: …nothing. Just… nothing.
Please help! This plugin was exactly what I wanted, and I don’t want to have to search for another one.
This is fixed in 1.1.3. We have just finished the final testing of 1.1.3 tonight. Good to go!
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