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Universal email

Thread began 8/19/2013 11:07 pm by mrsam5266 | Last modified 8/21/2013 3:30 pm by mrsam5266 | 270 views | 6 replies |

mrsam5266

Universal email

I am adding an email to the registration form that will acknowledge the customers registration and provide confirmation of their username and password. I have the body of the email template but I am not getting the variable values to show in the email. Here is the code I used for those two lines:

<p><?php echo "Username: ".$_POST['Registration_group_10_Email']."<br />"; ?>
<p><?php echo "Password: ".$_POST['Registration_group_11_Password']; ?>

I think I am not providing the correct variable names from the form that was generated but I'm just not sure.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

imposible to tell without seeing the form, please include a copy of the page

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mrsam5266

Here is the template file

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templates_2.php
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

but i would need to see the form to be able to tell if the correct element names are being used in the template.....

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mrsam5266

OOPs here it is

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

looks like the element names being used are correct. can you send a copy of the webassist/email/waue_registration_1.php page.

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mrsam5266

got it working. jsut needed to change one of the variables.

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