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Hiding A Div Cookie


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Hi all, I'm new to the forums and fairly new to PHP. I am glad I found you guys.


Does anyone know of a simple script that after someone signs up for a mailing list that it will store a cookie that hides the mailing list completely? (Display none?)


This is an external mailing list, (through the InfusionSoft) engine, but hopefully just a simple toggle of the "Sign Up Now" on our web site can just set a cookie to hide the DIV tag.


Is this possible?

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We have two blocks of content that contain mailing list forms (one is on the sidebar, and the other is in the body copy of the page) on a Wordpress system. When the user clicks submit after they input their information on the mailing list forms we want to be able to hide them from now on on their side every time they visit the site.


I was thinking a cookie would do this.

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