Using Mailster Forms

Mailster includes sign up forms you can use in many different ways. If you are running some other web sites – no matter if they are based on WordPress, a different CMS or just plain HTML – you can embed external forms to collect leads on them.

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How can subscribers update their subscription?

If you like to give your subscribers the opportunity to update their subscription data you can simple add a {profile} tag in your newsletter campaigns. If subscribers click the link they will get redirected to a subpage on your newsletter homepage. You have to define which form is used for the profile which allows you […]

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How to redirect after form submission?

By default Mailster forms are ajax based and you get a nice confirmation message after your users have submitted the form. If you like to redirect them to a specific page you can find this option in the form settings.

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Adding a Date Picker to your forms

Custom Fields can store different values from your subscribers. If you like to create a Birthday campaign for instance you have to set up a date field. By default there’s no date picker applied to that field as the look wouldn’t match your theme.

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Security Nonce is invalid

Mailster form uses WordPress Nonces to prevent invalid form submissions. These nonces can expire in some cases which causes an error message if you like to signup to a newsletter.

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