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Modifying the templates

Thread began 3/24/2010 8:45 pm by jebrandon343719 | Last modified 3/26/2010 1:44 pm by Eric Mittman | 530 views | 3 replies |

jebrandon343719

Modifying the templates

I have a form on my page created by CSS Form Builder. It has field names like Contact_me_group_Name, Contact_me_group_Email etc - which are being used in the template.
How do I trim so it just says Name, Email etc

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Eric Mittman

Are you using a template that is looping over the posted elements or something like that? You should be able to edit the page for the email message and just enter your own values for any of the information that you want to display.

Please post back with a copy of the template you are using so we can have a reference for how you have it working now.

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jebrandon343719

Template

Hi Eric, Yes it is a template. I have followed the thread 11577 and added my own fields.

I was hoping to use a Trim command or somthing similar, but was not sure of correct syntax.
Thanks - I have my email working and looking great.

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Eric Mittman

Thanks for the details, what I was getting at with my last reply was how the template was displaying the data that you see in your message, specifically if it is using a loop to do so. It seems that you have got it worked out though, I checked on the other thread. Let us know if you have any further questions or if you run into any problems.

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