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manserro5
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Does someone know a free to use for sale ajax subscribe form? Simple, one-line only for email?

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BenSheppard
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Use mailchimp, it’s what I added into my theme due to so many people wanting it.

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manserro5
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Use mailchimp, it’s what I added into my theme due to so many people wanting it.

I tried to find an right simple API, didn’t really understand. Do you know where to find a simple FAQ about how to set it?

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wiseguys
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Why not look on CC? If you love PHP as much as me, this might save you a few hours, it’s not free but very cheap and you can use on TF with extended license: http://codecanyon.net/item/mailchimphp-customizable-subscription-form/613314

Cheers, Greg

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manserro5
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What I’m looking is not a multi-line form but only one field for email, for coming soon template.

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wiseguys
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What I’m looking is not a multi-line form but only one field for email, for coming soon template.

It has this option too, in preview click on “simpler version”. I’m using this form in our template and it works great :-)

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Use mailchimp, it’s what I added into my theme due to so many people wanting it.
I tried to find an right simple API, didn’t really understand. Do you know where to find a simple FAQ about how to set it?

You literally make a form on the website and click “Embed code” just get them to past it in, or create a little backend for it

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wiseguys
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You literally make a form on the website and click “Embed code” just get them to past it in, or create a little backend for it

Doesn’t the default embed code open a new page though for the subscription? I went for the above solution because I wanted the process to happen without leaving the page and I got lost in mailchimp api :P

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