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My own Email Body

Thread began 8/01/2011 5:04 pm by Cologne | Last modified 8/02/2011 11:12 am by Jason Byrnes | 629 views | 1 replies |

Cologne

My own Email Body

Hi there,

can somebody give me a hand and show me how to create my own Email body?

I unchecked and the checkt the Email Body default, so that I can edit it with the dreamweaver button. It gets the name blank.

What about this code:

<?php
$remove = array();
$remove[] = "";
$remove[] = "x";
$remove[] = "y";

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

$removeEnds = array();
$removeEnds[] = "_x";
$removeEnds[] = "_y";

$removeIncludes = array();
$removeIncludes[] = "Security";
?>



Do I need this code in my custom body? can this be a normal website like the default body is?

Cheers,
Denis

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

to create your own email body, uncheck the option to create a file for the email, then click the Dreamweaver pencil edit icon to design the email body in Dreamweavers design view.

that code will not be needed for your email.

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