Subscribe2 v7.0

Version 7.0 Version 7.0.1 of the Plugin is now available for download. This version has been tested on WordPress 3.2.1 and 3.3. It requires at least WordPress 3.1.

Version 7.0 Version 7.0.1 contains a critical bug fix from 7.0 as well as all the enhancements and bug fixes listed below.

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An HTML version of the plugin that emails an HTML email to Public Subscribers is available here.

This version contains the following bug fixes and improvements:

  • NOTE Subscribe2 now requires WordPress 3.1 or higher
  • Implemented top level menu to make Subscribe2 menu access easier
  • Introduced the ability to add UTM Tracking parameters to email links – Thanks to Sander de Boer
  • Introduced Opt-out by Author for Registered Users (on sites where there is more than one author)
  • Improved table layout code on user management page
  • Make use of core checked() function to save code space
  • Show user name for Registered Users when mouse is hovered over email address in Subscribe2->Subscribers
  • Move IP address display on hover from date of signup to email address for Public Subscribers so consistent with above change
  • Introduced the ‘s2_capability’ filter to allow API amendments to page access for different user capabilities
  • Added support to exclude ‘post formats’ from generating emails provided ‘post formats’ are supported by the current active theme
  • Implemented use of core WordPress functions to place the authoring button shortcuts, removed reliance on buttonsnap.php so this library is now dropped
  • Implement use of wp_register_scripts() function
  • Display custom post types added using the API in the Settings page as confirmation things are working
  • Added two missed strings to the translation domain and corrected a typo – thanks to Stig Ulfsby
  • Added a filter for the outgoing email subject line
  • Added an option to AJAXify the form, read the FAQs for how to use this new feature