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<strong>Custom fields have</strong> to start with &quot;custom_&quot; followed by the custom field name (capitalization!). E.g. for the field &quot;myCustomField&quot; use &quot;custom_myCustomField&quot;. You can then use the attribute 'template' to select the file: <strong>[maileon-contact template="maileon-contact-form-custom-sample.php"]</strong> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>Custom fields have</strong> to start with &quot;custom_&quot; followed by the custom field name (capitalization!). E.g. for the field &quot;myCustomField&quot; use &quot;custom_myCustomField&quot;. You can then use the attribute 'template' to select the file: <strong>[maileon-contact template="maileon-contact-form-custom-sample.php"]</strong>
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<strong>Standard fields</strong> have to start with &quot;standard_&quot; followed by the standard field name (see previous link). E.g. for the last name use &quot;standard_LASTNAME&quot;. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>Standard fields</strong> have to start with &quot;standard_&quot; followed by the standard field name (see previous link). E.g. for the last name use &quot;standard_LASTNAME&quot;.
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Custom Forms
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The Standard Settings
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Configuring Sign-Up Form(s)
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Sometimes the plugin page for Wordpress translates some signs like regular &quot; or &apos; into special characters. You need to replace them by &quot; and &apos;. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Sometimes the plugin page for Wordpress translates some signs like regular &quot; or &apos; into special characters. You need to replace them by &quot; and &apos;.
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When I copy your examples produce errors in my wordpress You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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When I copy your examples produce errors in my wordpress
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If you get a warning like &quot;Invalid argument supplied for foreach() <em>path</em>\xqueue-maileon\class\xq_maileon.php on line 306&quot; it might be an issue with special chars generated by the webserver when displaying the manual. We noticed that some examples are displayed using different types of colons for &apos; or &quot;. Please make sure to use only those two characters to mark strings etc. in your form descriptor, e.g. instead use [maileon-contact standard=&quot;{&apos;LOCALE&apos;:&apos;de_DE&apos;}&quot; doimailing=&quot;FF3OfzjS&quot;] instead of [maileon-contact standard=&quot;{&apos;LOCALE&apos;:&apos;de_DE&apos;}&quot; doimailing=&quot;FF3OfzjS&quot;] You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you get a warning like &quot;Invalid argument supplied for foreach() <em>path</em>\xqueue-maileon\class\xq_maileon.php on line 306&quot; it might be an issue with special chars generated by the webserver when displaying the manual. We noticed that some examples are displayed using different types of colons for &apos; or &quot;. Please make sure to use only those two characters to mark strings etc. in your form descriptor, e.g. instead use [maileon-contact standard=&quot;{&apos;LOCALE&apos;:&apos;de_DE&apos;}&quot; doimailing=&quot;FF3OfzjS&quot;] instead of [maileon-contact standard=&quot;{&apos;LOCALE&apos;:&apos;de_DE&apos;}&quot; doimailing=&quot;FF3OfzjS&quot;]
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When pasting a form from the documentation page I get strange errors when sending the form You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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When pasting a form from the documentation page I get strange errors when sending the form
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Please note that by default already existing contacts are <strong>not updated</strong> to avoid customers overriding information. If you think that updates should be allowed, please pass parameter sync_mode=1. Example: <strong>[maileon-contact sync_mode=1]</strong> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Please note that by default already existing contacts are <strong>not updated</strong> to avoid customers overriding information. If you think that updates should be allowed, please pass parameter sync_mode=1. Example: <strong>[maileon-contact sync_mode=1]</strong>
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Check your logs, most probably trigger Maileon to send a DOI request but you have not specified a default DOI Mailing under &quot;Settings -&gt; Double-Opt-In&quot;. Please do so and retry. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Check your logs, most probably trigger Maileon to send a DOI request but you have not specified a default DOI Mailing under &quot;Settings -&gt; Double-Opt-In&quot;. Please do so and retry.
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Check your logs, most probably you do not have cURL for PHP installed. You should also see a warning in your administration panel. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Check your logs, most probably you do not have cURL for PHP installed. You should also see a warning in your administration panel.
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We do not show internal error information to frontend users. When you enable the WP debug mode (define(&apos;WP_DEBUG&apos;, true) and define(&apos;WP_DEBUG_LOG&apos;, true)) the plugin writes errors and warnings to the WP debug log, which you can usually find under /wp-content/debug.log. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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We do not show internal error information to frontend users. When you enable the WP debug mode (define(&apos;WP_DEBUG&apos;, true) and define(&apos;WP_DEBUG_LOG&apos;, true)) the plugin writes errors and warnings to the WP debug log, which you can usually find under /wp-content/debug.log.
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