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How Can I omit some form fields in email msg

Thread began 6/14/2011 1:46 am by gzirfas374932 | Last modified 6/14/2011 2:43 pm by Lon Winters | 715 views | 2 replies |

gzirfas374932

How Can I omit some form fields in email msg

I have set up a contact form and used UE 4 to e-mail the site owner and carbon the web user. I made a custom template, it works great, looks great, but shows EVERYTHING.

(including this: <input type="submit" name="submit" class="submit" value="send" />)

Which shows up in the email receipt to the client as:

submit: send

How can I selectively decide what's included in the email body and what isn't? I'd really like to get rid of the submit button stuff in the body of the e-mail.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the webassist/email/templates folder open the tempalte file for you email message.

at the top of the code, find the following block:

$removeBegins = array();
$removeBegins[] = "Security";

you can add the submit button to this array to have it removed from the email message:

$removeBegins = array();
$removeBegins[] = "Security";
$removeBegins[] = "submit";

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Lon WintersBeta Tester

I asked the same question a while back. Jason's solution does work, but I still prefer to create my own content template and use the bindings tab to place the form values individually, instead of a single string. that's just my preference and another option.

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