Continue with the steps below, starting with adding your MailUp account credentials to the General Settings tab
Configure the settings in each section as described below. Please note that all the data required to configure the plugin is available in your MailUp console under "Settings > Codes Table".
- Check "Show" to show the field in the widget
- Check "Req." to make the field required
- The field code must match a valid field code in your MailUp console. "Email" and "sms" should not be altered. The other field codes can be any of the field codes available in your MailUp console, and they can be located under "Settings > Codes Table".
- You can use as few as 1 field and as many as 8 fields. In the example below, 5 fields are used.
Here is how the plugin looks by default on customer-facing pages:
Here you can edit the error messages that are shown when the submit button is pressed, if there is an issue.
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You can use the "Test" button to instantly verify the plugin settings you've configured, so that you are immediately aware if there is an IP addresses restriction configured in MailUp, or if an incorrect IP-based restriction set in MailUp is preventing the plugin to communicate with it.
Customizing the default CSS styles
Is there possibility to link Mailup plugin to Elementor forms?
For the moment we do not have a direct plugin for the Elementor component of Wordpress, but through the functions of the Elementor plugin, and by creating the registration form in Mailup, you can add the registration form to your website. First of all you have to load the Html block from Elementor:
Then log into Mailup and create your subscription form. Find the subscription forms directly in the console, in the menu "Database building/Subscriptions/Subscription forms". Once created, the Html code can be obtained and copied and pasted into the html block:
In this way you can have the registration form on your site directly linked to Mailup.