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Thread began 10/05/2009 3:58 am by A Sound Design | Last modified 10/09/2009 9:35 pm by A Sound Design | 1523 views | 7 replies

A Sound Design

Thanks for your reply Jimmy. I have started using Universal Email, posting the form to the same page as the form is on. It's getting better but not quite right yet.

With UE (Plain Text) it now sends as:

Form Name Contact Details Name: Jeremy

How can I get it so that it just sends as

Name: Jeremy


I have not touched the code in Code View. Instead I doing all changes in UE and Form Builder. In your previous post you said:

"How are you sending your emails out? In your email template, instead of using the form field names, you can write out text to describe the field. For example, instead of having the email send:
<Form field name>: <form field contents>

which will send this:
form_name_shared_group_Home_Number (01234)12324567

have the email send:
Home Number: <form field contents>

which will send this:
Home Number: (01234)12324567"

How do I accomplish this in the email template in UE? I followed the tutorial and added the PHP code

<?php foreach( $_POST as $pkey => $pval ) { ?>
<?php echo (str_replace("_"," ",$pkey).": ".($pval))?>
<?php } ?>

This gives the output in e-mail like:

Form Name Contact Details Name: Jeremy

Please can you advise me how I can get this like "Name: Jeremy" using UE and FormBuilder. Thanks.

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