Web Components

Web Components are a set of standards currently being produced by Google engineers as a W3C specification that allow for the creation of reusable widgets or components in web documents and web applications. The intention behind them is to bring component-based software engineering to the World Wide Web. The components model allows for encapsulation and interoperability of individual HTML elements. Support for Web Components is present in Chrome and Opera and is in Firefox (with a manual configuration change). Microsoft's Internet Explorer has not implemented any Web Components specifications yet. Web Components consist of 4 main elements: Custom Elements, Shadow DOM, HTML Imports and HTML Templates.

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The purpose of this video is to demonstrate how to set up the WordPress backend so that each
page automatically generates a Mailchimp signup form in the sidebar.

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1. Log into WordPress Backend

2. Go to Plugins- Add New. Search For “Mailchimp List Subscribe Form” Plugin by Mailchimp. Install And Activate it.

3. Go to the plugin and go to its settings.

4. Log into your Mailchimp account in a separate window or tab.

5. Back on the Settings page for the Mailchimp Plugin, Click “Connect”

6. Select the appropriate list, and click on Update List.

7. Edit Custom Styling to your needs. Click on Update.

8. In Appearance – Widgets, Drag the Mailchimp widget into desired Sidebar.

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Web Components

Web Components are a set of standards currently being produced by Google engineers as a W3C specification that allow for the creation of reusable widgets or components in web documents and web applications. The intention behind them is to bring component-based software engineering to the World Wide Web. The components model allows for encapsulation and interoperability of individual HTML elements. Support for Web Components is present in Chrome and Opera and is in Firefox (with a manual configuration change). Microsoft's Internet Explorer has not implemented any Web Components specifications yet. Web Components consist of 4 main elements: Custom Elements, Shadow DOM, HTML Imports and HTML Templates.

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