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Add Chosen for campaign selection; fix an authentication bug

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+=== Pardot ===
+Contributors: NewClarity, MikeSchinkel, cliffseal
+Donate link: http://pardot.com
+Tags: pardot, marketing automation, forms, tracking, web tracking
+Requires at least: 3.4
+Tested up to: 3.4.1
+Stable tag: 1.0.1
+License: GPLv2 or later
+License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html
+
+Integrate Pardot with WordPress: easily track visitors, embed forms in pages and posts, or use the forms widget.
+
+== Description ==
+
+Say hello to marketing automation simplicity! With a single login, your self-hosted WordPress installation will be securely connected with Pardot. With the selection of your campaign, you'll be able to track visitors and work with forms without touching a single line of code. You can use the widget to place a form anywhere a sidebar appears, or embed them in a page or post using a shortcode or the Pardot button on the Visual Editor's toolbar.
+
+== Installation ==
+
+1. Upload `pardot-for-wordpress` to your `/wp-content/plugins/` directory or go to Plugins > Add New in your WordPress Admin area and search for Pardot.
+1. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
+1. Go to Settings > Pardot Settings to put in your email, password, and user key.
+1. Select your campaign (for tracking code usage).
+
+== Frequently Asked Questions ==
+
+= How do I change my campaign? =
+
+Simply choose another campaign in Settings > Pardot Settings and click 'Save Settings'.
+
+= Some of my form is cut off. What should I do? =
+
+Since every WordPress theme is different, embedded forms won’t always automatically fit. You’ll want to make a Pardot Layout Template specifically for your WordPress theme:
+
+1. Go to <a href="https://pi.pardot.com/form" target="_blank">Forms</a> in Pardot. Find and edit the form that needs updating.
+1. Click ahead to the 'Look and Feel' step of the wizard and select the 'Styles' tab.
+1. Set 'Label Alignment' to 'Above' and click 'Confirm and Save.'.
+1. Click the link to the layout template being used by the form.
+1. Edit the layout template and add the following to the <code><head></code> section of the template:
+`<style type="text/css">
+ #pardot-form input.text, #pardot-form textarea {
+ width: 150px;
+ }
+</style>`
+
+A width of 150px is just a starting point. Adjust this value until it fits on your page and add additional styles as you see fit. For styling help, reference our <a href="http://www.pardot.com/help/faqs/forms/basic-css-for-forms" target="_blank">Basic CSS for Forms</a> page.
+
+== Screenshots ==
+
+1. Settings area
+1. Pardot button in the Visual Editor toolbar
+1. Choose from any form
+1. Use forms in a widget
+1. A form widget (with corrected styling)
+1. A page can have two forms! Here, one is in the body and one in a widget.
+
+== Changelog ==
+
+= 1.0.1 =
+Fix bug with form order in content
+
+= 1.0 =
+Initial release.
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