Subscribe / Unsubscribe Shortcodes

Shortcode [mst_subscribe] This shortcode [mst_subscribe] can be put in any page or post to show a form where the user can subscribe to your mailing list(s). Without any customization, it looks like this: You can customize the appearance and functionality of the subscribe shortcode with parameters. Here is an example: [mst_subscribe id=”1″ hideList buttonTxt=”Join list” … Continue reading Subscribe / Unsubscribe Shortcodes

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DMARC

Dealing with DMARC If you have never heard of DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) then you are not alone. Normally this is something that only email providers have to deal with. This changed in 2014 when several large email providers (most notable: AOL and Yahoo) made a policy change at their email servers. … Continue reading DMARC

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Shortcodes

Display a User Profile – Shortcode [mst_profile] The shortcode [mst_profile] shows digest and subscription/unsubscription options to logged-in users. Example Display Past Messages – Shortcode [mst_emails] The shortcode [mst_emails] shortcode displays all past emails in a chronological way. Parameter Description Example lid Used to select a mailing list by it’s ID (“lid” is short for “list … Continue reading Shortcodes

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Subscriber Widget

The easiest way to enable your site visitors to sign-up for your mailing lists, is to provide them with a subscribe form. WP Mailster’s subscriber widget can act as either a subsribe form or alternatively as an unsubscribe form. Creating a Widget In the WordPress admin section, go to Appearance > Widgets Locate WP Mailster’s … Continue reading Subscriber Widget

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Installing WP Mailster

Installing WP Mailster (Free) from WordPress.org Installing the WP Mailster Free edition is just like any other WordPress plugin. Navigate to your WordPress “Plugins” page, inside of your WordPress admin area, and follow these instructions: Go to “Add New” In the search field enter “WP Mailster”. Click “Search Plugins”. Select “WP Mailster” and click “Install … Continue reading Installing WP Mailster

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How To Create a Log File

Debug Log File Our support might require you to send the log file of WP Mailster. Usually Mailster only logs basic/sparse information. For troubleshooting needs we therefore require more information. This is what we call we Debug Log File. This is how this information can be generated: go to WP Mailster > “Settings” > increase … Continue reading How To Create a Log File

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Integration

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