Thanks for the advice. I have fixed it and it will go out in the next update.
As for mail chimp, I have never used it and would need some help designing it. For the tab would you want it to say just “Subscribe” or just “MailChimp”? and as for the box that slides out I assume all you would want is First and Last Name and Email address. And for the admin side you would just need to put in your list you want them added to??
Hi cconoly, thanks, I look forward to trying out the update. I’ve shown the plugin to my associates and they are impressed with its small visual footprint and ease of use 🙂
Regarding the mailchimp, here is the code for the “super slim” form provided by mailchimp. Mailchimp forms can get much more complex, but this would probably be a good starting point for many people. I’ve replaced my form-specific URL with a “_SUBSCRIPTION_URL_” placeholder:
Forgot to mention – this renders as a simple “subscribe to our mailing list” form with an email field and a “subscribe” button. I created it with the “Create Form Embed Code” section of the MailChimp site.
I’m uncertain how difficult it would be for you to to auto-generate the subscribe URL given a user’s MailChimp credentials – i found it easy to just pull it from MailChimp’s generated form code.
Another option would be to allow users to paste in the full form code from MailChimp, which would allow any level of complexity. (I think this would be taking it too far)
Most of the time, I just use a simple “add your email and press the button” form.
–Thanks for the great work!
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