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UE4 - various problems on submit

Thread began 3/28/2010 1:23 am by gwh362692 | Last modified 4/01/2010 3:10 pm by gwh362692 | 1302 views | 7 replies


Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  When you added the reply to how exactly did you go about this, it seems that you have a php block of code within an existing php block of code so this is likely the cause of the error. I would like to know the steps you took to get this result so that we can check into this further.  

In the UE user interface, I just clicked the from button and then typed in the return address in the Reply to field.

  To update the date go into the Block.php template and look for this code:
<?php echo date("n-j-Y"$now); ?>

You will just need to swap around the month and day values like this:
<?php echo date("j-n-Y"$now); ?>

I switched the 'j' and the 'n' around in the code where you specified. This has given me the day first then the month but it's still not the correct date because I'm in a different time zone. This also goes for the time - it's incorrect also. Is there a fix for this?

  The color that is set for the background is just done via css, is your Outlook client configured to allow css formatting? Have you tried this with any other mail clients, like hotmail, gmail or Yahoo? This would be a good test to determine if it is something specific to your Outlook settings.  

Yes Outlook 2007 is set to receive html emails and the "Rely on css for font formatting" is checked in the preferences. I also tested by sending it to a gmail account and it works ok there so it's just Outlook it seems.

Any further suggestions appreciated.

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