It would be nice if the subscription widget was available as a panel plugin so that it can be used if you replace the user pages by panels.
Great idea, and I'll welcome the patch, perhaps as a sub-module, but won't implement this myself.
Subscribe. Panels integration would be really cool. Would you post a note over here in case it becomes available?
Guess I'll work on it, then.
Closing as this has been inactive for 5 months.
I have some code that makes the subscribe blocks into ctools content types. Let me round that up, and maybe implement the rest of this feature request.
Did you round up the code that makes it into a ctools content type that we can access from within panels?
Seems to work fine as-is with the default block (available under 'miscelleanous' tab in panels). If you are having trouble with it (i.e. freeform form) make sure its configured properly and working as a block.
There are quite a few projects I have where I prefer to keep the block module disabled, so in that case a ctools content type would be necessary. Twistor, if you can, provide that code, and I'll help review it, if not, I can write one myself!
subscribe. mailchimp looks nice but when I am trying to put a mailchimp block(witha freeform form) into my panel layout, I get
Warning: strlen() expects parameter 1 to be string, array given in drupal_validate_utf8() (line 1587 of C:\wamp\www\kele\includes\bootstrap.inc).Notice: Array to string conversion in filter_xss() (line 1442 of C:\wamp\www\kele\includes\common.inc).
What is the status of this issue? Anybody working on it?
just got a client project on drupal 6.x ill post a patch. not sure if i got time to do a 7.x though. i'll try
** Update , was going through my research steps and found that 7.x should have an acceptable working around of using the contrib module:https://drupal.org/project/pm_existing_pages
drupal 6.x patch and stand-alone submodule zip provided.
on drupal 7.x recommend to make use of https://drupal.org/project/pm_existing_pages , life is short dont waste time reinventing stuff.
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