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An Aweber based user-signup application for Django

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An Aweber based user-signup application for Django

To use, installed the app.

  1. minimally set the following in your settings file.

AWEBER_EMAIL_ENCODING_SALT = ‘magic1234’ # very important to have a unique string here AWEBER_LIST_NAME = ‘name_of_your_aweber_list’ AWEBER_SUBSCRIBED_CALLBACK_URL = ‘http://example.com/signup/thanks/’ AWEBER_ALREADY_SUBSCRIBED_CALLBACK_URL = ‘http://example.com/signup/thanks-again/

  1. Add aweber to your installed apps.

3. Add aweber to your url # urlpatterns += patterns(‘’, url(r’^signup/’, include(‘aweber.urls’)),)

  1. Create your templates
  1. You are done.

Note: that this app currently works with double opt-in feature of Aweber. Aweber double opt-in is used to activate local django accounts. Killing two birds with one stone.

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