Simple Aweber Integration FAQ

It was time to create an FAQ

Q: Can you tell me what is the best Email auto-responder for a WordPress commerce site with a blog? I am tossing up between AWeber and Mail Chimp.

A: If you have a very small blog that wont be growing much, go with Mail Chimp they have a free plan. If you expect growth in the future go with AWeber. If you are turning your website into a business, I suggest Infusionsoft.

Q: I am getting the error message headers already sent, what should I do?

A: I am aware that some people are getting this error message. It has been only a handful but if more people keep having this, I will be debugging this. Pls add an issue via Github with as much detail as you can: Thanks.

Q: I used your plugin for end of my post and it works great. Now im trying to put it also after the first paragraph. but the short code: <?php echo do_shortcode(\'[[simpleaweber js=\”<script type=\”text/javascript\” src=\”\”></script>\” style=\”nhnf\”]]\’); ?> is displaying my web form vertically still. any suggestions.

A: Try your shortcode in a post first, if it works in a post, there is most likely a problem with character escaping.

Q: I cant seem to able to drag and drop my simple awebe integration folder in to my FTP client (I use filezilla)? Thanks for your time and help.

A: Setup the Simple Aweber Integration via your WordPress backend. Login as admin to your site, go to Plugins->Add New and find Simple Aweber Integration.


  1. says

    Hi, I just installed your Simple Aweber Integration plugin on a site and I get this warning message at the top of the Plugins page –

    The plugin generated 2 characters of unexpected output during activation. If you notice “headers already sent” messages, problems with syndication feeds or other issues, try deactivating or removing this plugin.

    • says

      Hi Sarah, really sorry to hear this. Yeah, you are the third person that is telling me this. Maybe you can try adding in your form manually via your functions.php in your theme folder like so:

      function sch_add_after_post_content($content) {
      $content .= 'YOUR_HTML_FORM_HERE';
      return $content;
      add_filter('the_content', 'sch_add_after_post_content');

      Hope this helps.

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