I’m building a mailchimp integration and they require a POST call with JSON code. No, I’m using this code that actually works: $data = wp_remote_post($url, array( ‘headers’ => array(‘Content-Type’ => ‘application/json; charset=utf-8’), ‘body’ => json_encode($array_with_parameters), ‘method’ => ‘POST’ )); But, it returns a PHP warning Warning: http_build_query(): Parameter 1 expected to be Array or Object. […]
I have a client who would like to post research documents on his site for download with the following functionality: Users could browse entire site, but in order to download, users would need to register and login. Would like all registration info to be automatically passed to MailChimp (name, email, other optional info) for inclusion […]
I’m using the Mailchimp STS plugin for WordPress, which uses Amazon SES for transactional emails. The plugin is set up correctly, but the default “From” name appears only as “andrew” in sent emails. Since there is no option to change this in the plugin’s settings, I assume this is being grabbed from my email address […]
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I have the functioning signup MailChimp plugin/widget working great on my customer’s WordPress site. But what I REALLY want to do is send out new posts (from WordPress Dashboard) as the MailChimp designed Newsletters. Is it possible to do this? If so, does it happen in the Dashboard or the MailChimp admin site?
I am using the Mailchimp plugin ( http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/mailchimp/ )and it has a shortcode that uses output buffering to grab it’s widget’s code and spit it out in the content. however, the widget code has plenty of white space, so the_content filters are throwing useless linebreaks (like after hidden inputs) and empty p tags everywhere… rendering […]