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Allows people to recommend/send your WordPress blog's post/page to a friend.
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Allows people to recommend/send your WordPress blog's post/page to a friend.
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WP-EMail
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WP-EMail
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General Usage
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Open <code>wp-content/themes/&lt;YOUR THEME NAME&gt;/index.php</code> (You may place it in single.php, post.php, page.php, etc also) <ul> <li>Find: <code>&lt;?php while (have_posts()) : the_post(); ?&gt;</code> You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Open <code>wp-content/themes/&lt;YOUR THEME NAME&gt;/index.php</code> (You may place it in single.php, post.php, page.php, etc also) <ul> <li>Find: <code>&lt;?php while (have_posts()) : the_post(); ?&gt;</code>
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The text within [donotemail][/donotemail] will not be displayed when you are emailing a post or page. However, it will still be displayed as normal on a normal post or page view. Do note that if you are using WP-Print, any text within [donotemail][/donotemail] will not be printed as well. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
The text within [donotemail][/donotemail] will not be displayed when you are emailing a post or page. However, it will still be displayed as normal on a normal post or page view. Do note that if you are using WP-Print, any text within [donotemail][/donotemail] will not be printed as well.
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The first parameter is what you want to get, 'post', 'page', or 'both' and defaults to 'both'. The second parameter is the maximum number of posts/pages you want to get. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
The first parameter is what you want to get, 'post', 'page', or 'both' and defaults to 'both'. The second parameter is the maximum number of posts/pages you want to get.
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There are two options for this: 1. You can use the included widget by going to Wp-Admin -&gt; Appearance -&gt; Widgets" and using the widget named "Email" 1. You can use a number of included theme functions for displaying various stats. Please continue to read these FAQs for more information. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
There are two options for this: 1. You can use the included widget by going to Wp-Admin -&gt; Appearance -&gt; Widgets" and using the widget named "Email" 1. You can use a number of included theme functions for displaying various stats. Please continue to read these FAQs for more information.
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If you add a custom field with the key "wp-email-remark" it will be placed in the remarks field in the E-Mail form. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
If you add a custom field with the key "wp-email-remark" it will be placed in the remarks field in the E-Mail form.
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If you add a custom field with the key "wp-email-title" it will be used as the E-Mail title. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
If you add a custom field with the key "wp-email-title" it will be used as the E-Mail title.
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WP-Email will load <code>email-css.css</code> from your theme's directory if it exists. If it doesn't exist then it will load the default <code>email-css.css</code> that comes with WP-Email. Just move your custom CSS to the appropriate file in your theme directory and it will be "upgrade-proof" You have to log in to add a translation. Details
WP-Email will load <code>email-css.css</code> from your theme's directory if it exists. If it doesn't exist then it will load the default <code>email-css.css</code> that comes with WP-Email. Just move your custom CSS to the appropriate file in your theme directory and it will be "upgrade-proof"
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If you do not want to email a portion of your post's content, do the following: You have to log in to add a translation. Details
If you do not want to email a portion of your post's content, do the following:
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Simply insert this code into your theme: You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Simply insert this code into your theme:
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You can also force <code>email_link()</code> to return the link rather than echo it by setting the third parameter to false: You have to log in to add a translation. Details
You can also force <code>email_link()</code> to return the link rather than echo it by setting the third parameter to false:
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Additionally, you can override the "E-Mail Text Link for Post" and "E-Mail Text Link for Page" options with the first two parameters of the email_link function like this: You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Additionally, you can override the "E-Mail Text Link for Post" and "E-Mail Text Link for Page" options with the first two parameters of the email_link function like this:
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Many customizations can be made from the options page (WP Admin-&gt;E-Mail-&gt;E-Mail Options). You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Many customizations can be made from the options page (WP Admin-&gt;E-Mail-&gt;E-Mail Options).
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