I am looking into the wordpress newsletter plugin Mailpoet. This might do almost everything I require.
Does anyone know of a newsletter plugin or component that can handle the following.
- A User signs up as a member to wordpress or joomla website when they purchase a 6 weeks health and fitness program.
- The user then automatically receives a welcome week 1 newsletter.
- One week later the user automatically receives a preset week 2 newsletter.
- One week later the user automatically receives a preset week 3 newsletter.
- One week later the user automatically receives a preset week 4 newsletter.
- One week later the user automatically receives a preset week 5 newsletter.
- One week later the user automatically receives a preset week 6 newsletter.
It May link into a system like mailchimp for handling the sending of the mails.
These are reminders and encourages to help the user stick to a 6 week health and fitness program.
The final email will include a link to repurchase the program for another 6 weeks.
Thank you in advance for any help or advice.
I have been looking into learning a front end framework for developing responsive websites either in Joomla or Wordpress. With so many options out there I am feeling a little lost. Has an leader emerged as a ‘best practices’ industry standard?
I was thinking of submitting something different and noticed that there were no MediaWiki themes here. I think there were a few when Themeforest first started but they were removed due to low quality.
Would there be much interest if I did or is MediaWiki a bit old news.
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I can’t recommend a school other than to say I personally believe these schools to be a little overrated and also a waste of money.
There is NOTHING about design, software development, and multimedia you can’t learn from the internet. I find wikipedia and youtube to be good starting points when approaching a subject for the first time to get the basics before getting a manual and learning something in depth.
Look at job adverts to see what employers are looking for.
At the end of the day all that matters you can do in the real world and how good you are at selling yourself to potential clients and employers. Not how you learned it or how much money you spent learning it.
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Whenever a website is localized for me specifically, I prefer to see that back in the URL – if I’d want to view the USA -version I believe I should be able to without spoofing my IP and what not
Hence, I’d suggest using mywebsite.com as a portal that redirects to au.mywebsite.com or uk.mywebsite.com (or perhaps simply mywebsite.com/au and mywebsite.com/uk). You can automatically forward users based on their IP’s location, but if users wanted to visit the other locales, they would be able to by browsing to the localized URL .Just my opinion from a user viewpoint though
Thank you for the advice. This is new territory for me.
Some advice requested.
I have a website that is an industry specific business directory/community that is for the australian region. One of the features is that it searches and lists businesses via australian states.
I am contemplating opening the website up for America, Canada, UK, Europe and so on and I was wondering the best way to approach this for the sake of ease of use and search engine optimisation.
Do I create a separate clone of the website for each region. eg. www.mywebsite.com.au, www.mywebsite.uk, www.mywebsite.ca
DO I have it on one domain with clones of the website in different subdomains eg. au.mywebsite.com, uk.mywebsite.com, ca.mywebsite.com
or do I have it as one large website with different features, and search results displayied for different users from different regions based on their ip address.
Thank you in advance for any help or advice.
This might sound like a dumb question but I am adding a facebook likebox to my Joomla website. I already have my app key.
Can you link a likebox to the your main facebook profile page or does it have to a be a ‘page’ you create off your main facebook account. Such as a Local business or place’ page or a ‘cause or community’ page.
Thank you in advance for any help.