I feel you here. Dealing with versions and iteration has been the design workflow nightmare since forever. I started using Abstract a few months ago as a version control system for all of my projects, no matter how big or small. It has given me back my sanity and given me more freedom to experiment. I highly recomend looking into it. There is also a free tier if you work on your own.
To be honest I’m not too sure without looking at your code. Also Mailchimp may have made some changes to their API since this article was written over two years ago. I suggest maybe taking a look at their docs? http://developer.mailchimp.com/documentation/mailchimp/guides/get-started-with-mailchimp-api-3/
Well the user data is being updated (but since it is the same nothing is actually changing) so there will be no error thrown. What will likely happen in the eyes of the the user is nothing: they won’t get an error. And actually this is probably desired behaviour because if someone is signing up twice it’s probably because they forgot they already signed up... and like they really want to be on your list ;)
Sorry I rarely deal with themes. But the form, you can just add it into whatever page template you are using. Your theme is probably already calling jQuery so what you need to do is add the actual script to your project. I suggest you give this a read to find out how to do that :) https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/adding-jquery-scripts-wordpress/
Yes exactly. All the code happening in that file is generating the endpoint. You need to make sure to replace the variables with your list info (API key, List ID etc).
All of that code is then being smushed together into the
$result variable (line 22) which we can then access using jQuery in…
It looks like your svg’s file dimensions are much larger than mine when I load it in the browser.
Try tweaking your
border-image-slice numbers. I found that using `
border-image-slice: 29% 29% worked pretty well with your file. That is assuming all of the rest of your code is the same as…