I’m sorry if I was not clear. Obviously I’m not articulating my problem as well as I thought I was.
I have created, in my wordpress site, several pages - a page to be loaded when a person inserts her e-mail for registration in my mailing list; a page to be loaded when the e-mail is confirmed; a page to be loaded when that e-mail already exists in my list; etc.
I have inserted the address of each of those pages in the proper field in the Announce List dashboard, and I have copied the “Announce List registration” html code to the sidebar of my website.
When someone inserts their e-mail, they are not taken to the expected page; instead, they are taken to a 404 error page. And yes, I have double-checked the sintax of the urls that I assigned in the dashboard.
It is worth pointing out that the e-mail adress submission wors fine, I get all registered e-mails; it’s the page that’s supposed to load after you fill in the registration form that does not show up.
Is this any clearer?
Thanks for the help! :)[hr]
Ok, let me see if I can explain better with some visual aides.
This is where it all starts:
As my e-mail address already exists in the list, it should take me to a page that tells me so, a page that I created on my wordpress blog and associated with this trigger in the Announce List dashboard, like so:
And the code in my sidebar is like so:
(note: I have already tried changing the code directly, IE replacing “http://AlreadyonURL” by the page address; result is the same)
And the result is:
If I remove the page addresses from the dashboard and just use the Dreamhost defaults, everything looks fine. But they are ugly and not in my language.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.