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Customizing Emails

  1. orone
    Member

    Since I purchased this a week ago I have not stopped creating forms. Increadible, keep up the great work.

    I am not a true developer 100% but I can learn pretty quickly if I am given proper direction. :) That being said, I am trying to customize the data layout in the email submissions to the admin. Certain forms have a specific layout I would like to implement for a client. I am a little at a loss trying to find the right php file. I think its the notificiation.php but I need to be sure.

    I created insurance policy forms for auto, home, etc.. I would like to organize the data in the email to appear as follows rather than the blue line followed by data line:

    Date: 4-19-2010
    Insurance Type: Home

    <center>Section Header</center>
    field-Address: $DATA
    field-Insurance Type: $DATA field-Year Built: $DATA field- In-Ground Pool: $DATA
    field-Stories: $DATA field-Sq. Ft.: $DATA field-Pool Fenced: $DATA
    field-Property Type: $DATA field-Bedrooms: $DATA field-Security System: $DATA

    *** Presented in three columns

    You get the idea.. Any help is HUGELY appreciated.. I am telling all my buddies about this program.

    Thanks
    Orone

    Posted 12 years ago on Wednesday April 21, 2010 | Permalink
  2. You can format the notification emails however you want. You have access to the form field values via the "Insert Form Field" drop down that appears above the notification Message Body. Select a field from that drop down and it will insert a token into your notification that will be replaced with the value of that form field.

    If you don't want to use the all_fields functionality you will have to create your own notification this way.

    Posted 12 years ago on Wednesday April 21, 2010 | Permalink