Flamingo is a message storage plugin originally created for Contact Form 7. When installed on a website Flamingo keeps a copy of all contact form submissions within WordPress, meaning if your mail server is offline or you cannot receive emails for other reasons you will still have access to a copy of the contact form’s ..
login to your mail app click “new mail” Click on “apps”, then either select or install the “my templates” app add the content and a title to your new template, then press save To use your new template open an email, click on apps, then my templates and select the template you wish to use, ..
login to outlook and click “new email” add the content you would like to have in your template, leave all other areas blank Click on “file” in the top left hand corner From the sidebar on the left side click “save as” Browse to where you would like to save your template, give the template ..
login to outlook, in the top left hand corner click “file” on the left hand sidebar click on “options” In the popup, on the left hand sidebar click advanced scroll down until you see “export”, then click on that when the wizard opens up select “import from another program or file” On the next screen ..
Login to your outlook account and press file in the top left hand corner Click on options on the left hand sidebar, wait for the popup to open (this may take a minute or two) In the window that popped up look for advanced on the left hand sidebar, click on that Scroll down til ..
Login to your webmail account Click the settings icon/button Select Identities from the menu Scroll down until you see a signature box and a button asking for you to allow HTML signatures, tick the box In the input box you can type the information you would like to display, to add an image click the ..
Login to your outlook account Find the cog icon in the navigation bar at the top of the screen Click the cog, then on the dropdown click ‘options’ In the sidebar go to ‘settings’, there will be a box for an email signature In that box you can type the information you want to display, ..
Step 1) After your backup has finished you will want to go to the tab which is called “Existing Backups” When you have successfully navigated to this page you will be able to see what files have been backed up onto your website, these files usually are the following Database, Plugins, Themes and Others (others ..
Step 1) login to yoursite.co.uk/wp-admin Step 2) on your sidebar hover over settings, then scroll down to updraft plus and click it Step 3) This will bring you to the updraft interface, you can see when your last backups where made and start a new one by pressing the bsckup now button Step 4) Pressing ..
This article will provide a guide on how to add and format images to a blog post on your WordPress website. For more detailed information on how to carry out certain actions please follow the related links within the article or use this site’s search function to find what you are looking for. Please note: Some features and ..