Yes, the images were not included in the downloadable file as it is a standard procedure. Instead there are replaced by the placeholders. The thing is not all images used in the demo are CC licensed, so you'll have to use your own images.
To integrate the subscription forms with your own mailchimp account all you have to do is change the default API key and list ID to which you want subscibers attached.
There is a subscribe.php file in the PHP folder.
Find the following lines -
$mailchimp_api_key = 'ed0a0f82434326c6c139446ae25a0b62-us9'; // enter your MailChimp API Key
$mailchimp_list_id = 'd36bcdc926'; // enter your MailChimp List ID
Now change the default api key with yours and also the list ID. Save it and you're done.
How to know API and list ID - http://3by400.com/get-support/3by400-knowledgebase?kbartid=6
I followed these steps exactly but the Subscribe function is not working for me at all.
I am sorry for the late reply. I actually received your mail in the Spam folder so didn't pay attention.
I couldn't find any problem right now. Please mail me through your own contact email, I'll try to help.
I think I figured out why the mailchimp integration is not currently working. According to your MailChimp.php code it references the 2.0 Mailchimp API version and this has been "Sunsetted" according to this article and several others: https://www.doubleoptinfordownload.com/mailchimp-api-2-0-sunsetting-sure-upgrade-doifd/
I bought this theme from you because it clearly says it has working MailChimp integration. This is not true now because Mailchimp API 2.0 has been deactivated. I think this is why it is not working. When I try to type in an email on the subscribe section it is doing nothing at all. It does not even give an error or anything. On the demo version you have linked to Wrapbootstrap it seems to give a confirmation when you put in an email and click the Subscribe button.
Also, on the top of the page it shows a button to "Know More" but that button does not seem to do anything either. Can you please tell me how I can get that button to navigate to the subscription section closer to the bottom of the single product page? There is also a similar button further down the page just below the features section, that does not seem to work either and there are no notes in the code as to how to link it to anything or make it work.
I really appreciate your help as I need to get this working ASAP. I have written you via email with more details and some screenshots.
I agree that my template didn't support the new MailChimp 3.0 API because I didn't update the template in time. And I promised that I will get back to you with a working solution.
I mentioned in my email that I am having problem with my web host - Hostgator (which lasted for 2 dats) and that is the reason why I sent you a subscription working form so that you could test it by yourself. And those snippets I sent to you aren't some scrap - they are perfectly working ones. I am sorry you didn't understand how to use them, you could've just asked me for instructions. Anyway, I appreciate your honest opinion.
I don't have to say this at all. But you said something that is not appropriate. I am not a dishonest person, it takes time to fix a template and test it many times and I should make sure that it is perfect from any bugs.
I can understand how frustrated you are because its been almost 7 days since you launched your website and you almost lost several hundreds of potential customers. So, you have every reason to be mad at me.
Now, I updated the template and uploaded right now. You can download it and mail me if there's any problem.
By the way, please don't edit and change the feedback. Let people see it, I like it that way because I know that my template is perfect.
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.3.x|
|Tags:||bootstrap, business, landing, multipurpose, product landing, responsive, service, startup|
|Released:||11 months ago|
|Updated:||7 months ago|
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