Discussion on Simple Subscription Popup-jQuery Email Signup Form

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Everything is setup correctly but email is not being sent to my gmail account, I have added the gmail account changed mode to Mail and also changed mail header to false. Nothing is working

Please send me your website URL with FTP login details via my profile page mail sender and I’m happy to check the issue.

I have this installed and it’s working with Mailchimp, but even though I have it set to double_optin: true, I am not getting the Mailchimp email confirmation of signup.

The basic signup process is working (contacts are being added to the list in Mailchimp), but there’s no opt-in email. Any idea if that’s a plugin issue?

ps: I PM’d you separately about a second problem I’m having and included the URL in that email.

Please change the double_optin: true to false, that might solve the issue temporary. It seems to be it was some changes in the MailChimp API, this behavior will be swapped in the next release (should work well with true value in the next release)

Regards,
Pantherius

Thank you! I just got your other message as well. Great plugin.

I know you do not have to support this next question (let me know if it’s just too much trouble) but if it’s not too difficult, can you give me a hint how I’d begin moving the cc/js/php folders into their own folder and out of the root? I quickly looked for paths in the files but didn’t see anything at first glance.

You’re welcome and thank you! :-)

The CSS and JS folders can be easily moved to anywhere, just make sure you using the correct path when you including them in your HTML file.

The handler.php path can be specified in the initialization with the path parameter, eg.:

path: 'lib/php/handler.php',

Regards,
Pantherius

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