MailChimp for WP Snippets
Snippets are organized into categories (folders) and each snippet is placed in its own file with a name that describes what it does.
Most files in this library contain code that you can add to the
functions.php file of your active theme unless stated otherwise.
- Click on the filename of the snippet you'd like to use.
- Click the "Raw" button (next to "Blame" and "History") at the top right.
- Copy the code and add it to the end of the file named
functions.phpinside the folder of your activated theme:
Proposing a Snippet
If you're looking to do something but are unable to find a snippet for it, please open a new GitHub issue and describe your need.
This is not a knowledge base. Please see the Knowledge base of the MailChimp for WordPress site if you're looking for instructions on how to implement these snippets (and others).
These snippets come with no guarantees. Due to the constant evolution of our codebase, it is possible that the behavior of these snippets may change overtime.
Find something broken? Please let us know!