MailPoet comes with a “subscribe in comments” option that allows visitors who comment on a post to subscribe to your list via a checkbox. But this box is unchecked by default. With this jQuery snippet, you can have the box auto-checked on page load.
By default, WordPress doesn’t come with suspicious login notifications and two factor authentication. We use plugins (or custom code) for these things. This piece of code notifies you when a user logs in to your site. Good for websites with few users.
PHP code snippet to test whether a user has a valid Gravatar or not. The only input needed is the user’s email address. It uses MD5 hashing and URI response headers.
My previous four-part series described how to set up a SharePoint development farm. Now, what if we want to take things a step further and configure our SharePoint farm to allow sending of outgoing emails? This article discusses everything you need to do to make this possible – from installing and configuring the SMTP service, to defining outgoing email settings in SharePoint Central Administration. I provide code examples as well.
Trying to change your WordPress admin email but not receiving the confirmation email needed to verify the change? No worries. I had the same problem but found a quick workaround. It doesn’t require messing with your database or phpMyAdmin either.
We often get email from people we don’t know. Such emails are usually unwanted or unsolicited. But in some cases, you may just need to figure out who the person behind the email address is. This article examines a number of ways to do reverse email search.