@Phyll I’m not sure that currently admin attributes are usable. See this bug report that I raised a few years ago. https://mantis.phplist.org/view.php?id=16707
From what I can see nothing has changed, but you might want to try to use the syntax that seemed to work then.
@Phyll I have just been working on a proper solution for this, as described in the Mantis report. Replace admin attribute placeholders only when all the lists being sent to are owned by the same admin.
Hopefully it will be included in the next release, but if you want to modify the phplist code (just one file) then you should get a workable solution.
Okay, DunAnc, I have high hopes! I replaced the file, and didn’t see the replacement…yet.
BUT…I also note that in editing content, EVEN THOUGH I click Source button, and remove paragraph tags
around the placeholder you mention…and save…the editor is still putting those paragraph tags right back in.
Is there some “secret sauce” that will keep the paragraph tags out?
Think that’s the final step to achieving administrator attributes.
Thanks for taking the time to send me the url to the file. Sorry I didn’t implement this earlier. Whoops!
I didn’t ask which phpList version is installed, it probably needs to be the latest, 3.2.4.
But I didn’t understand your last reply. The editor will ensure that valid html is generated, so a piece of text must be within a block-level tag. But p tags surrounding a placeholder won’t affect the replacement.
Are you saying that the placeholder is not replaced?