MailChimp for WordPress
MailChimp for WordPress
Allowing your visitors to subscribe to your newsletter should be easy. With this plugin, it finally is.
This plugin helps you grow your Mailchimp lists and write better newsletters through various methods. You can create good looking opt-in forms or integrate with any existing form on your site, like your comment, contact or checkout form.
Some (but not all) features
Connect with your Mailchimp account in seconds.
Sign-up forms which are good looking, user-friendly and mobile optimized. You have complete control over the form fields and can send anything you like to Mailchimp.
Seamless integration with the following plugins:
- Default WordPress Comment Form
- Formulario de registro por defecto en WordPress
- Formulario de contacto 7
- Gravity Forms
- Ninja Forms 3
- Gestor de Eventos
- Easy Digital Downloads
A multitude of available add-on plugins:
Well documented. Our knowledge base is updated daily.
Developer friendly. For inspiration, check out our repository of example code snippets.
Conviértete en usuario Premium
MailChimp para WordPress tiene una versión Premium, la cual viene con numerosos beneficios adicionales.
- Multiple forms
- Integración avanzada de e-commerce de MailChimp para WooCommerce
- Notificaciones por correo
- Una manera sencilla de dar estilo a tus formularios
- Informes y estadísticas detalladas
¿Qué es MailChimp?
MailChimp a un servicio de newsletter que te permite enviar campañas de email a listas de suscriptores. MailChimp es gratuito para listas hasta 2000 suscriptores, es por lo que es el servicio de newsletter elegido por cientos de negocios.
This plugin allows you to tightly integrate your WordPress site with your Mailchimp account.
Use the WordPress.org plugin forums for community support where we try to help all of our users. If you found a bug, please create an issue on Github where we can act upon them more efficiently.
If you’re a premium user, please use the email address inside the plugin for support as that will guarantee a faster response time.
Please take a look at the Mailchimp for WordPress knowledge base as well.
There are several add-on plugins available, which help you get even more out of your site.
The plugin is translated using Transifex. If you want to help out, please head over to the translation project on Transifex.
This plugin is being developed on GitHub. If you want to collaborate, please look at ibericode/mailchimp-for-wordpress.
Personalizando el plugin
The plugin provides various filter & action hooks that allow you to modify or extend default behavior. We’re also maintaining a collection of sample code snippets.
- Create beautiful sign-up forms that blend in with your theme.
- Integrate with any other plugin out there.
- Add a highly converting top bar form to your site.
- Style your form with our Styles Builder (premium feature).
- Integrate your WooCommerce store with Mailchimp (premium feature).
- Dive into detailed sign-up statistics (premium feature).
Instalando el plugin
- In your WordPress admin panel, go to Plugins > New Plugin, search for MailChimp for WordPress and click “Install now“
- Alternatively, download the plugin and upload the contents of mailchimp-for-wp.zip to your plugins directory, which usually is /wp-content/plugins/ .
- Activar el plugin
- Set your API key in the plugin settings.
Configuring Sign-Up Form(s)
- Go to Mailchimp for WP > Forms
- Select at least one list to subscribe people to.
- (Optional) Add more fields to your form.
- Embed a sign-up form in pages or posts using the [mc4wp_form] shortcode.
- Show a sign-up form in your widget areas using the “Mailchimp Sign-Up Form” widget.
Show a sign-up form from your theme files by using the following PHP function.
More detailed documentation can be found in the Mailchimp for WordPress knowledge base.
¿Cómo mostrar un formulario en entradas o páginas?
Use the [mc4wp_form] shortcode.
How to display a form in widget areas like the sidebar or footer?
Go to Appearance > Widgets and use the Mailchimp for WP Form widget that comes with the plugin.
Where can I find my API key to connect to Mailchimp?
How to add a sign-up checkbox to my Contact Form 7 form?
Use the following shortcode in your CF7 form to display a newsletter sign-up checkbox.
The form shows a success message but subscribers are not added to my list(s)?
If the form shows a success message, there is no doubt that the sign-up request succeeded. Mailchimp could have a slight delay sending the confirmation email though, please just be patient and make sure to check your SPAM folder.
When you have double opt-in disabled, new subscribers will be seen as imports by Mailchimp. They will not show up in your daily digest emails or statistics. We always recommend leaving double opt-in enabled.
How can I style the sign-up form?
You can use custom CSS to style the sign-up form if you do not like the themes that come with the plugin. The following selectors can be used to target the various form elements.
You can add your custom CSS to your theme stylesheet or (easier) by using a plugin like Simple Custom CSS
I’m getting an “HTTP Error” when trying to connect to Mailchimp
If you’re getting an HTTP Error after entering your API key, please contact your webhost and ask them if they have PHP CURL installed and updated to the latest version (7.58.x). Make sure requests to https://api.mailchimp.com/ are allowed as well.
¿Cómo muestro el formulario de subscripción en un pop-up?
We recommend the Boxzilla pop-up plugin for this. You can use the form shortcode in your pop-up box to show a sign-up form.
My question is not listed
Please head over to the Mailchimp for WordPress knowledge base for more detailed documentation.
The AMP Project is an open-source initiative aiming to make the web better for all. AMP enables web experiences that are consistently fast, beautiful and high-performing across distribution platforms. The Official AMP Plugin for WordPress supports fully integrated AMP publishing for WordPress sites, with robust capabilities and granular publisher controls.
Features and capabilities provided by the plugin include:
- Compatibility Tool: to assist the development of AMP experiences by enabling AMP debugging with detailed information about validation errors that may exist, the markup/scripts causing them, and the specific components on site (e.g theme, plugin, core) responsible for that page content.
- CSS Tree Shaking: to assist in dealing with cases where the defined CSS rules on a site exceed the CSS size limit allowed on single AMP pages.
- Core Theme Support: enabling full AMP validity for four default themes (i.e. Twenty Fifteen, Twenty Sixteen, Twenty Seventeen, Twenty Nineteen).
- Gutenberg Support: enabling AMP content creation fully integrated with Gutenberg.
- AMP-first Experiences support: enabling full-site AMP experiences without sacrificing the flexibility of the platform, or the fidelity of content.
- Many Optimizations: A myriad of code, performance, and developer experience improvements: from customization flexibility, to better UI flows, internationalization, accessibility, etc.
With the official AMP plugin for WordPress, the WordPress ecosystem is provided with the capabilities and tools it needs to build world-class AMP experiences without deviating from its standard, flexible, and well-known content creation workflow.
To learn more about the plugin and start leveraging its capabilities to power your AMP content creation workflow check the official AMP plugin product site.
If you are a developer, we encourage you to follow along or contribute to the development of this plugin on GitHub.
Conditional Fields for Contact Form 7
This plugin adds conditional logic to Contact Form 7.
If you edit your CF7 form, you will see an additional tag called « Conditional fields Group ». Everything you put between the start and end tag will be hidden by default.
After you have added the field group(s), click Save and go to the « Conditional fields » tab to create one or more conditions that will make the group(s) appear.
How to use it
Main/ New features
Support for required fields
Required fields can be used inside hidden groups without causing validation problems.
Hide/show info in emails based on what groups are visible
Conditional groups can now be added to the emails as well.
Just wrap the content with [group-name] . [/group-name] tags.
Groups can be nested
Groups can be nested, both in the form and in the email
Advanced users can code up the conditions as plain text instead of using the select boxes, using the import/export feature.
- Conditional fields in action
- Defining rules to show/hide groups of input elements in the backend interface
Follow this tutorial if you are not sure how to use the plugin.
Follow this tutorial if you are not sure how to use the plugin.
Email message is not showing the correct values / Wrong values are submitted
All field names should be unique
Even though your fields might never show up at the same time, it is still important to realize that WPCF7CF will not remove the fields, it merely hides them. So all fields will be submitted when the form is sent. Because of this no two fields can have the same name.
Incorrect form (2 input elements having the same name « a »):
Correct form (all groups and fields have unique names):
All my groups show up all the time and never get hidden.
Before reaching out to the support forum try to determine which plugin or theme is causing the problem, by gradually disabling plugins and changing theme.
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