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I'm a newbie to Sendy, today I installed the latest version 220.127.116.11. All went well, and was also able to configure the Amazon Web Services, including the verification of first a single email address, and then our entire domain. Eventually I was able to send my first test newsletter by providing a recipient's email address manually from within Sendy.
So far I am reasonably confident that my Sendy installation works properly.
Then I tried to figure out how customers can actually subscribe on our website, so I placed the subscribe scripts (http://sendy.co/api) in a subfolder called "subscribe", and I made sure that all rights are set properly (chmod, chown).
However, when I try to access the subscription page, I am unable to see the form (Name, Email), but instead I get right away the error message "Email address is invalid." (Please find the page here: https://www.justcorebusiness.com/sendy/subscribe/index.html)
I'm stuck here currently, and I would greatly appreciate if somebody could point me in the right direction.
You're using Sendy's API, and in the wrong way.
Use Sendy's subscribe form HTML code instead:
Sendy provides you with a subscribe form HTML code you can embed anywhere on your website.
thanks for your answer. I'm afraid I'm missing something here. Could you please have a look at this screenshot: https://www.justcorebusiness.com/sendy/screenshot.png
That's all I see, and particularly the "top right" (where the HTML snippet should be) is blank.
Could it be that the HTML code is actually not showing, or am I still on the wrong page?
Just in case, that's my LAMP environment:
Linux: CentOS 6.4, 64 bit
Thanks a lot!
my apologies, I was actually on the wrong page. I always "edited" the list, but I figured that I actually have to click on the list name itself.
Thanks again for your help, much appreciated.