There are a number of graphics if you Google search for "social media icons" For example: http://tutvid.com/23-awesome-free-social-media-icons-twitter-facebook-google/
You can't add a true Facebook Like button inside an email (rules of email, not 1ShoppingCart) but you can link the image to your Facebook/Twitter/Google+/Social_Media_Flavor_of_the_Day within the email.
Click the image icon on the HTML editor, then with the image selected, click the chain link.
As a geek with a 1Shop autoresponder only account I would love this. Having full CRUD (create, read, update, delete) access to Sequences, Messages, Custom Fields, and Subscribers would make my day. Especially if that come with webhooks for those actions when changed internally or by another service with the API.
There are a ton of ideas contained on these forums, having your team implement them all is impossible, and probably not appropriate. Having the API and hooks would allow some other ambitious developers to expand upon an excellent service.
PS: ability to get return data as JSON or a serialized PHP object would be cool, but not necessary.Guileful Magic supported this idea ·
For now, I have a work-around/hack in my WordPress, but it would still be nice for a change on the 1Shop side.
I can use POST variables on the URL ending /.php but not standard version. That tells me that somewhere in the thank-you page redirect it looks at the URL for a PHP or ASP extension.Guileful Magic shared this idea ·