Bahr: Insomnia88: you can always use a nav walker
Crisp: How many people do you wanna reach?
Filipovich: Mama: do you want WP to manage your newsletters or an external service like mailchimp or constant contact?
Filipovich: But please answer my qeustion: mama: do you want WP to manage your newsletters or an external service like mailchimp or constant contact?
Cadoy: Filipovich, you again you are always the first who write me. I have conditions when a specific “sub menu” should be avaiable. One way to accomplish this is making a full menu with sub menu points for each condition but in this case I need to change all menus if something changes
Filipovich: Insomnia88: can this be a secondary menu below the main one or does it have to be part of the main menu itself?
Paganini: And I don’t know how I can place conditions inside a walker
Gruntz: It has to be part of the menu itself
Filipovich: Because the first option is LOT easier
Bobrosky: But the design is in my way.
Correro: DRSK: Its getting info on all the posts. Now I have installed the plugin “JSON API” and that seems verry fast. So I think it’s something with the way wp implements the api on self-hosted sites.
Filipovich: Insomnia88: a cheat. ***ign cl***es to each menu item based on the condition and dynamically throw in a “display:none” as an inline for that cl*** based on conditions.
Kua: Filipovich: WP is easier?
Filipovich: Mama: https://----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/plugins/wysija-newsletters/
Mcintosh: Yeah ok that would be a solution but I don’t want it to get p****d/rendered. for seo stuff
Filipovich: Mama: you’re still not explaining wht you want to do
Bahr: I’m not sure how hostgator will like 1-2k emails in a day. not sure though. may have been godaddy i remember.
Roggenbaum: I want to send emails to people
Langhorn: But I want to divide emails into groups
Bahr: Mama: groups how? based on a dropdown they select?
Filipovich: Insomnia88: well, then, you can dynamically add items to the menu via wp_nav_items
Filipovich: Mama: you can do that with mailchimp or mailpoet. You have to decide how you want to handle it.
Bahr: Yep mama — let’s say the dropdown for age group is your trigger– depending on which group selected, you can add to a different mailing list on mailchimp
Filipovich: Mailchimp is probaby a better solution than doing it in WP, mama, because you don’t have to worry about how your host handles outgoing mail
Pittner: Hmm, didn’t know this function. I will check it out. Thanks
Hustedt: Insomnia88: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Function_Reference/wp_get_nav_menu_items
Filipovich: No. this https://developer.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/reference/hooks/wp_nav_menu_items/
Filipovich: Insomnia88: but a bad design to begin with. you’re just enabling them. :-
Baudler: Filipovich, ah I see. it’s just that I add the menu items via php. but in this case I use this drag and drop feature right?
Gane: Filipovich, I need to maintain the accessibility of the menues for non-developers.
Debnam: Ok, yeah maybe it’s a dropdown trigger
Krick: But mailchimp will have 2k limit for free
Catrone: Anyone know if theres an action for when my plugin is upgraded? So I can run a migration on some broken data that needs fixing?
Wiginton: Anyone here have experience setting up wordpress on linux
Concepion: Q: I’ll use wordpress for it’s restful api features WP-API. I’d like to allow users to provide info through a form, attach an image and send this. I want this to be a post on WordPress, allowing someone to publish or not. For external usage, OAuth is required, but it’s quite complex setting up and time consuming. I wonder if there’s a way around this, such as using facebook auth throught the js sdk ? than