Subscribe2 HTML v11.0

Version 11.0 of the Subscribe2 HTML has been released and is available now. This version has been tested on WordPress 4.8.1, 4.8.2, 4.8.3 and 4.9. It requires at least WordPress 3.3.

Current users of Subscribe2 HTML with an active support and upgrade subscription can upgrade using the WordPress plugin admin page.

Version 11.0 contains the enhancements and bug fixes listed below.

  • BIG New Feature – option to add ReCaptcha to the Subscribe2 sign up forms
  • New Feature – REST API class added, disabled by default but there for those that want it
  • Fixed SQL error on Uninstalling that results in failure to drop plugin tables – thanks to SemperPlugins
  • Updated to current version of Plugin update checking code
  • Fixed a PHP Warning notice for PHP 7.0 and above
  • Fixed undefined variable PHP warning in Digest email function
  • Improve HTML character decoding for plain text emails
  • Change input type from ‘text’ to ’email’ on the subscribe form – will improve keyboard layout on mobile device
  • Fix for apparent failure when Toggling Public Subscribers in the admin area caused by JavaScript suppressing page reload
  • Minor code layout corrections consistent with WordPress Coding Standards
  • Abstracted and improved upon the WordPress core email validation function
  • Fixed bug affecting display of Registered Users when using WordPress multisite – thanks to @theinich
  • Ensure Content Type is explicitly set for all HTML and Plain Text emails
  • Other minor bug fixes and improvements
  • Tested on WordPress 4.8.1, 4.8.2, 4.8.3 and 4.9 (Betas, Release Candidates and Final Release)
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Subscribe2 HTML v10.15

Version 10.15 of the Subscribe2 HTML was released about four weeks ago and is available now. This version has been tested on WordPress 4.7.4 and 4.7.5 and 4.8. It requires at least WordPress 3.3.

Current users of Subscribe2 HTML with an active support and upgrade subscription can upgrade using the WordPress plugin admin page.

Version 10.15 contains the enhancements and bug fixes listed below.

  • Introduced a more robust way of collecting remote IP addresses for logging subscription requests in PHP4
  • Introduced a method for updating for IP address using client side javascript – useful when site pages are cached
  • Improved Accessibility for Subscribe2 menus in keeping with planned changes for WordPress 4.8
  • Dropped legacy use of screen icons for admin pages to allowed continued compatibility with older WordPress versions
  • Correct capitalisation of the Return-Path email header – props Kyle Johnson
  • Introduced a feature to allow preview email to be sent while editing content, even in draft status – suggested by silverback
  • Other minor bug fixes and enhancements
  • Tested on WordPress 4.7.4, 4.7.5 and 4.8

Subscribe2 HTML v10.14

Version 10.14 of the Subscribe2 HTML was released about four weeks ago and is available now. This version has been tested on WordPress 4.7.2 and 4.7.3. It requires at least WordPress 3.3.

Current users of Subscribe2 HTML with an active support and upgrade subscription can upgrade using the WordPress plugin admin page.

Version 10.14 contains the enhancements and bug fixes listed below.

  • Fixed display of update messages on the Plugins page
  • Added setting to allow display of Registered Subscriber form on the front end
  • Make ‘Sender’ error notice on Subscribe2->Settings page dismissable
  • Add security measures to AJAX form
  • Further improvements to code layout and file naming using WordPress Code Sniffer Coding Standards
  • Tested on WordPress 4.7.2 and 4.7.3

Subscribe2 HTML v10.13

Version 10.13 of the Subscribe2 HTML was released about two weeks ago and is available now. This version has been tested on WordPress 4.6.1 and 4.7. It requires at least WordPress 3.3.

Current users of Subscribe2 HTML with an active support and upgrade subscription can upgrade using the WordPress plugin admin page.

Version 10.13 contains the enhancements and bug fixes listed below.

  • Abstracted the code for the ‘Your Subscriptions’ page to allow placement elsewhere – props Göran Rudling
  • Improved compatibility and efficiency of CSS embedding functions – thanks to L Sterling
  • Added single and plural alert message when deleting subscribers
  • Fixed file name error with Ajax form JavaScript library
  • Link initiation of plugin to WordPress hook to avoid issues with pluggable.php being called – thanks to @sneezry
  • Updated links to the new plugin website
  • Fixed an SQL bug in the automatic cleaner function for unconfirmed subscription requests
  • Extended use of custom stylesheet filter
  • Improve initialisation of some early filters – thanks to Jeff
  • Ensured central position of the popup AJAX form
  • Add check to fail gracefully when processing a ‘post’ with no category assigned at the time of publication – props @flymike
  • Tested on WordPress 4.7

Subscribe2 HTML v10.10

Version 10.10 of the Subscribe2 HTML in now available. This version has been tested on WordPress 4.4 and 4.4.1. It requires at least WordPress 3.3.

Current users of Subscribe2 HTML with an active support and upgrade subscription and upgrade using the WordPress plugin admin page.

Version 10.10 contains the enhancements and bug fixes listed below.

  • Added automated reminder emails sent 2 days after initial sign up request, interval can be changed via filter, or disabled
  • Code layout enhancements and inline documentation improvements
  • Improvements to comment form subscription checkbox / user messages
  • Enhanced ‘Cleaner’ task to ensure address toggles by admin are not immediately deleted by the task
  • Enhance ‘toggle’ and ‘delete’ functions to limit action to a single database entry
  • Improved wildcard implementation for barred domains to block internationally similar domains e.g. yahoo.com and yahoo.co.uk with yahoo.*

Free version of Subscribe2 is back

It seems that the free version of Subscribe2 has been restored to the WordPress plugin repository and it is great to see it back! 🙂

Looking at the code differences it seems that, for the time being at least, the ReadyGraph code has been removed.

I thought readers of this blog may like to know about this, but as previously stated, I am no longer involved in the development or support of free version of Subscribe2.

Subscribe2 HTML still available

Over the last 10 days or so the free version of Subscribe2 has been offline while a security issue is being patched and user experience is improved. A patch has been submitted and is under review by the WordPress plugins team. In the meantime, I wanted to advise that Subscribe2 HTML is not affected by this issue and is still available for purchase.