Genesis eNews Extended – WordPress plugin Free download

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Genesis eNews Extended

Description

Creates a new widget to easily add mailing lists to a Genesis website. Recommended plugin in virtually all Genesis theme tutorials. The widget allows the site administrator to set either the Feedburner ID or form action, e-mail form field and hidden fields to mimic the subscribe form of other mailing list services.

Thanks

A special thanks to all who have contributed to Genesis eNews Extended.

Financial Donations

Joe Taylor
Dorian Speed
Paul Meyers
Joel Runyon
Jennifer Jinright
Greg Ferro
Greg Young

Code Contributions

Gary Jones (many, many times over)
John Levandowski
David Decker
Kim Parsell
Erick Nelson
Nick Davis
Maor Chasen

Translations

David Decker (German)
Branco Radenovich (Slovak)
Marco Galasso (Italian)
Ryan Sullivan (Spanish)
Paul de Wouters (French)
Diane S (Serbian)
Daniel Bailey (Bulgarian)
Gary Jones (British English)
Fabiana Simões (Portuguese-Brazil)

StudioPress

Special thanks to Brian Gardner and the team at StudioPress who wrote the original code that provided the foundation for the plugin.

If you’re not listed and think you should be, please drop me a note. Any omission is, in no way, intentional.

Screenshots

Example of the plugin in use on a site running Streamline 2.0.
Widget setting screen.

Installation

Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
In Appearance->Widgets, add Genesis eNews Extended widget to any sidebar.
Using the mailing list contact form code provided by your vendor, add the form action URL, the form field ID for the e-mail field and any hidden fields (not all services use them) into the widget options. See some tips for this on the plugin’s install page.
If using name fields, read the plugin’s tutorial website.
Verify it works!

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
In Appearance->Widgets, add Genesis eNews Extended widget to any sidebar.
Using the mailing list contact form code provided by your vendor, add the form action URL, the form field ID for the e-mail field and any hidden fields (not all services use them) into the widget options. See some tips for this on the plugin’s install page.
If using name fields, read the plugin’s tutorial website.
Verify it works!

What services work with this plugin?

Feedburner, MailChimp, Aweber, FeedBlitz, ConvertKit, and Constant Contact are confirmed to work, but it should work with almost all services. If you have tested this with other services, please contact me

How do I get the privacy policy link to show? The checkbox isn’t working.

Genesis eNews Extended uses WordPress’ built-in privacy policy setting. Be sure you have a privacy page set at wp-admin/privacy.php .

The “Opens in Same Tab” option doesn’t work with FeedBurner. What’s wrong?

That is intentional. You don’t want to knock people off your site and leave them on FeedBurner’s.

The first and last name fields look funky.

Read more on the plugin’s tutorial website.

I need help! Where I can get it?

“Official” tutorials will be maintained on the plugin’s website.

Questions can be asked at the WordPress.org Support Forum for this plugin.

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