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Description

Newsletter is a real newsletter system for your WordPress blog: perfect for list building, you can easily create, send and track e-mails, headache-free. It just works out of box!

GDPR

The Newsletter Plugin provides all the technical tools needed to achieve GDPR compliancy and we’re continuously working to improve them and to give support even for specific use cases.

The plugin does not collect users’ own subscribers data, nor it has any access to those data: hence, we are not a data processor, so a data processing agreement is not needed.

Anyway if you configure the plugin to use external services (usually an external mail delivery service) you should check with that service if some sort of agreement is required.

Main Features

Integration with WordPress registration

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Find and install them from the Extensions panel in your blog.

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Support

We provide support for our plugin on WordPress.org forums and through our official forum here , but only Premium Users with an active license have access to one-to-one support via our ticketing system .

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Unlimited subscribers Unlimited newsletter Responsive email Drag Drop composer subscription widget custom form seamless integration Single Double Opt-In Subscribers lists fully translatable Compatible with Postman, WP Mail SMTP, Easy WP SMTP, Easy SMTP Mail, WP Mail Bank Our Official Website Our Facebook Page Our Twitter Account

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FAQ

See the Newsletter FAQ or the Newsletter Forum to ask for help.

For documentation start from Newsletter documentation .

Thank you, The Newsletter Team

Thanx to your team. Great work. Works like a charm and very intuitive to handle.

Un plugin excelente para publicar contenido por mailing Usamos a diario en nuestros sitios y en verdad nunca nos ha fallado y pronto pasaremos al siguiente nivel.

I was burned multiple times by another newsletter plugin experience (MP), so I came to Newsletter feeling cautious. But everything with Newsletter is working. So once again I have peace and happiness, and subscribers who are not annoyed.

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Version 2.5.1.3 – fix the feed email test id (not important, it only generates PHP error logs) – feed by mail send now now force the sending if in a non sending day – changed the way feed by mail themes extract the posts: solves the sticky posts problem – added the feed last check time reset button – fixed the confirm and cancel buttons on user list – fixed the welcome email when using a custom thank you page – added images to theme 1 – added button to trigger the delivery engine – fixed the widget mail check – reintroduced style.css for themes – updated theme documentation – added CDATA on JavaScript – fixed theme 1 which was not adding the images – added theme 3

Version 2.5.1.2 – fixed the old profile fields saving

Version 2.5.1.1 – new fr_FR file – fixed test of SMTP configuration which was sending to test address 2 instead of test address 1 – bounced voice remove on search filter – added action “of” which return only the subscription form and fire a subcription of type “os” – added action “os” that subscribe the user and show only the welcome/confirmation required message – fixed issue with main page url configuration

Version 2.5.1 – Fixed the widget that was not using the extended fields – Fixed the widget that was not using the lists – Added the class “newsletter-profile” and “newsletter-profile-[number]” to the widget form – Added the class “newsletter-profile” and “newsletter-profile-[number]” to the main subscription form – Added the class “newsletter-profile” and “newsletter-profile-[number]” to the profile form – Added the classes “newsletter-email”, “newsletter-firstname”, “newsletter-surname” to the respective fields on every form – Removed email theme option on subscription panel (was not used) – Fixed the welcome email on double opt in process – Subscription notifications to admin only for confirmed subscription – Fixed subscription process panel for double opt in (layout problems) – Improved subscription process panel

Version 2.5.0.1 – Fix unsubscription process not working

Version 2.5.0 – Official first release

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I love this! I have three nephews that I want to make blankets for, but have a question on the yarn. I love cotton yarn because it gives great stitch definition, is more natural, and is breathable, but I have really only used it for more craft-type items, not a baby blanket. How well does I Love This Cotton hold up? I have heard the colors bleed and fade from that yarn – just wondering it that’s true. Of course I always advise hand washing handmade items with a mild detergent, but I would hate for the darker colors to bleed into the lighter ones and look muddy. Also, does it shrink quite a bit – wondering if I should make the blanket an extra hexagon around to compensate for shrinkage? Thank you! PS: I love your blocking board idea!!

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Thanks Mary! You know, I can’t exactly speak to the fading because I gave this blanket away and didn’t have the experience of washing it myself. I think if you washed it on cold, you would minimize both shrinkage and bleeding. I do really like this yarn because it’s extremely soft and I just like using natural fibers for babies. Of course, you can really use any washable yarn for this pattern and it will be beautiful!

Happy crocheting!

Jess

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I was wondering if the two rows for the border could be repeated at all to make a thiker boarder?

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Sure!

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I was making this pattern into a queen sized blanket for my sister. After 132 hexagons, I am ready to be done but that definitely won’t cover the bed. I want to make a boarder around them thick enough to finish and make it the correct size. Have you ever filled in the the hexagons around the outside edge, to make a clean rectangle ? If so, do you have a pattern for this? Thanks so much for this great pattern! I loved to be able to work on the little hexagons wherever I was.

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Hey Kelly,

I can understand wanting to be done with a project, lol. This pattern for half hexagons might be useful!

Jess

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Martin Kohlstedt

Martin Kohlstedt’s third record and opus “Strom” is a stream of ruthless moments exposing the piano to the elements. Amid the flow of the nine pieces the composer himself slowly dissipates and enables the experience of music in its most primal dynamic. One witnesses the transformation of closeness and intimacy into vastness and force and that there is beauty to be found in everything – especially in the ephemeral. Consequently “Strom” brings forth manifold forms of itself, appearing hazy and perilous, in the next instant direct, almost playful to ultimately appear awestruck in the face of its own gravity. No distinct answers have been thought of, no measures taken, no interpretation preconceived for “Strom” . Instead you could get the feeling that Martin Kohlstedt, with this record, erected a monument in honor of intuition itself.

Now almost a year has passed since the release of his last solo-piano album. Since then Martin Kohlstedts courage to seek dialogues through music resulted in his “Nacht Reworks“ (2015) – eight very different pieces reimagening his record “Nacht“ by artists from Germany, Iceland, the UK and the US. Amongst them are resounding names like FM Belfast, Christian Löffler, Douglas Dare or hundreds as well as emerging talents like La Boum Fatale or Spearfisher. Some of their reworks seem like a sensitive commentary on the original, others are completely different ways of looking at the source material. And some have become the frame for joint projects, at eye level and dedicated to something new. “Nacht Reworks“ plays into Kohlstedts idea of a fluid body of work rather than searching for a so called perfect version of a composition and is a major step in his attempt to expand his already defined musical language.

Martin Kohlstedt’s second album “Nacht“ (2014) directly refers to its predecessor, yet it reverses his perspectives, grabbing and pointing them inward. Preceded by playfully asked questions in “Tag“ (2012), nine monologues are now to follow with utter consistency. These reduced piano pieces speak with a kind of suppressed restlessness while keeping enough distance from recklessness. Within them, one can find Kohlstedt rigorously working on himself; repetition and rhythmic transformations develop an inward-pointing momentum. “Nacht“ is able to pull itself out of this emerging undertow time and time again, even during its most awkward moments. Subconsciously one would like to believe in this, latch oneself onto the emerging structure – even as the piece is being constructed, stroke for stroke. But to arrive at one’s personal destination, that is just a utopia in the eyes of Martin Kohlstedt. “Nacht“, translated ‘Night’, tells a tale of a search for this suitable location. That’s why it might be hard to grasp what it’s getting after – but Kohlstedt unconditionally confides in his listeners. It just doesn’t get more personal than that with modern compositions.

Shortly after the release of “Tag”, people who listened to the music came back to Martin Kohlstedt. Not only was there the will to take from his play, but also the will to give back, by adding something to it. First samples and remixes were handed in, without even being asked for. Experiencing so much response, Kohlstedt found sense in taking the album to the next level, and started to actively search for people to work with. His idea was not to create something completely new, but to add some new features, some unknown aspects. The perspective changed, and with this changing the songs got a new, different strength and power. The kindness one can find in the originals is picked up in the remixes. The electronic adaptions take extraordinarily much material of Kohlstedts compositions. They stroke the tune more than they touch them and you feel the respect for Kohlstedts work, when you listen to the electronic beats.

“Tag” is the German equivalent for day and Martin Kohlstedts first personal sanctuary. Every single piano piece was inspired by meaningful, decisive and fortunate events in his life, which he was not able to mantel and thus unfolded in music. Daily routine tends to conceal reality, so that we remain capable of acting, which in turn promotes our music to be analytically. The day resembles a movie traversed by unreflected emotions and reactions, most of the time. Oddly, only the night is able to reveal the complexities of thought that try to haunt us every day. The shell of every person falls in a different way, in Martins case with music.

Follow Martin Kohlstedts Newsletter for updates on tour dates, releases and insights into the creation of his music.

Last December I had the honour to play in the sold out Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg. I will keep the feeling of this wonderful, boundless, almost absurd day forever and I will probably never be able to explain what kind of energy was actually released in this giant reactor.

The music reacts with space and audience – introverted, improvised and concentrated. All these people and the massive room have made it possible to turn my own world around and created a considerable arena for the fight between HAR and NAO. Many, many thanks for that! Thanks to everyone involved. If you couldn’t get one of the 2000 tickets or dare to relive this ceremony again, you now have the opportunity to see the modular composition HARNAO as a live video .

The second chapter is out now! My fellow Patrick Richter did it again and released the next episode of his documentary about my approach to making music. He joined me during my travels through Russia, the United States, Iran, Turkey, Europe and finally entered my mind.

Thanks for these touching and unrestrained pictures. I’m very happy to finally share it with all of you – also for english and french speaking people out there.

On the 24th of January the first rehearsals with the 70-headed choir of the Gewandhaus Leipzig will take place and the top secret doings with Gregor Meyer of the last months that roamed around in the dark caverns surrounding my album release will come to light one by one — and ultimately climax in the premiere coming summer :

Nobody knows how my freely improvised and intuitive pieces will collide with the minutely composed classical scores. Maybe this uncertainty is the reason why most of the tickets are already gone — so do not wait for too long! In any case you can follow this project on SKECHERSReggae Islander bDMpzPjgKH
and see it grow, stall, excel of even fail in one of the three the public rehearsals, two of which are already sold out. I, for my part, am already ecstatic!

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08/06/18 SOLD OUT Gewandhaus, Mendelssohn-Saal

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