In a previous post, I looked at sending WordPress user information to Mautic using the new plugin options. Around the same time that the user information option was added, a filter was also introduced which allows you to send custom parameters.
In this post, I’m going to show an example of sending a custom attribute to update the preferred locale contact field with information from WPML
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A new option was recently added to the official Mautic WordPress plugin (Version 2.1.0), but it won’t do anything out of the box.
Here’s how to set it up to track extra information from your logged-in users.
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If you need to quickly set up a blank server or don’t have much experience with systems administration then you can’t really go wrong with serverpilot. The free plan covers everything you really need to set the server up and keep it updated but it has one large drawback in that you need to upgrade to a paid plan to install and manage free SSL certificates. Continue reading “Using LetsEncrypt With Serverpilot”