5.7 5.8 of the Plugin is now available for download. This version has been tested on WordPress 2.9.2.
5.7 5.8 contains the bug fixes and requested feature improvements listed below.
An HTML version of the plugin that emails an HTML email to Public Subscribers is available here.
Need help or support:
If you need help to find you way around the many features of Subscribe2 or are finding your way setting it up for the first time you should consider the guide produced independently by the iAssistant. The guide is 40+ pages long and it provides an in depth set of instructions and descriptions of Subscribe2 features.
Version 5.0 introduced a new support model for the plugin. Previous posts explain the issues and my proposed solution.
If you have an issue that you can’t immediately find an answer for then keep looking! The vast majority of support requests I get are related to failed emails and these are almost always due to server restrictions imposed by your hosting provider.
If you still really want my direct help then make a donation. In the last year I think I’ve spent over 300 hours (about 2 whole weeks without sleep time) supporting people for free and I simply cannot continue to do this.
If you use this plugin consider making a donation to support future development!
This version also contains the following bug fixes and improvements:
- Corrected some missed strings to allow i18n translation
- Added AUTHORNAME to digest notification in the same was a TAGS and CATS (i.e. a fixed location in email independent of location in template)
- Ensure digest email sending times are not updated when resend is invoked
- Error check options for number of users displayed per page and if not an integer use default setting of 25
- Better name for cron ‘define’ and improved ‘define’ and ‘defined’ statements
- Revert to using WordPress capability when adding menus rather than user_level, latter is deprecated
- Added DATE and TIME keywords for per-post notifications
Version 5.8 fixes:
- Reverted erroneous use of a WordPress 3.0 function