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Thanks for this, Elijah! I guess I did maintain all the appropriate code, as my custom form does reveal a message after clicking "Subscribe". Yay! So I'm mostly there - I just have one followup question related to Confirmed Opt-In, which I have now enabled for the list in question. Since I have COI enabled, should I simply edit that message, normally hidden by CSS, to say something like "Thanks for signing up - watch for an email which will allow you to confirm your subscription." ? I assume that if they're already subscribed, they won't receive that confirmation email again - but I'm guessing that there isn't any way to customize the message to account for that? I can live with that, but it's a little inelegant so thought I'd ask... Final question: I'm now using your WordPress plugin, but don't see any place where I can customize the messages there. They aren't actually subscribed until they click the email confirmation link, but when I test it, it still says "Success, you have been subscribed." right away on the web page - which isn't actually correct. How do I handle DOI with the plugin? Thanks! Adam
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Hi all! I've created a customized form for my WordPress site by putting the embed form (with customizations) into a WordPress template page. But I'm not quite there yet: the form doesn't direct the user to any kind of results page after then enter their info and submit. What I'd prefer is a way to show them a message that says "Watch your email for a confirmation link"... or if they're already subscribed, one that says "This email address is already subsribed to the list". That sort of thing. I presumed this would be easy, but I can't for the life of me figure out how to achieve it with the info provided on the CC site. I did find this info here on the Developer area: http://developer.constantcontact.com/docs/signup-forms-tools/signup-form-code.html But that's WAY over my head and doesn't address what I hoped/assumed would be a simple thing. I hoped it would simply be a matter of adding a parameter to the form. I haven't tried the CC plugin since my solution is so close already and so customized via templates. Is that the way to go, or is there another way to achieve what I'm looking for? Thanks! adam
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