We are continuing on building the MailChimp WordPress plugin. Now that the base of our plugin is set we can continue on creating the settings page and a custom post type Form that will hold our list information.
MailChimp is great solution if you are starting with a newsletter and don’t have a budget for it. You can have up to 2000 subscribers for free. In this tutorial we will start a series where we will create a MailChimp WordPress plugin using React so that people can easily subscribe on our site.
When working with WordPress and other APIs, there will be times to handle WordPress errors or errors given by third party APIs. With WP_Error class you can handle both error and make your own custom error.
WordPress permalinks are great for having friendly urls that your visitors can also remember and that benefit your SEO optimization. Some solutions will require you to have an url made of a combination of different content. In this tutorial we will look how to have a custom taxonomy and also append the custom post type slug to the end of it.
WordPress Cron is a useful functionality that is provided by WordPress since 2.1. This simulates an actual cron job and gives the scheduling ability to plugins or themes without requiring regular users to set real cron jobs on their servers. In this tutorial we will look into different WordPress Cron functions and learn how to use them.