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Got a quick question: Is a basic iPage hosting account sufficient? Many thanks for any answer. 2nd question I got is.. Hi,.

Is it possible to change the font and layout of the order confirmation and update emails that are sent out to the customer ? .

The standard HTML output is Times New Roman, which I hate - and I want to know where abouts in the catalog the files/style sheet/settings are which will allow me to change it !.

Many thanks for your help !.

Regards,.

Oliver Gleave...

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Ye, but you might want to make sure and wait for another person to confirm it as I am not very confident. Better yet, why don't you call the iPage guys because they can help better...

Comment #1

You could as Chris states create a class in the stylesheet or use a tag but this may be pointless, as far as I am aware there is no call to Times New Roman in the default osc I may be wrong though..

Your email client should be able to show the email in the font that you wish, is it possibly the case that yhe email client is set to show Times New Roman..

Comment #2

Thanks for that - but I need to find out where the email is generated from - does the structure reside in a PHP file ? If I know where it is then I can go about changing it..

Regards,.

Oliver Gleave...

Comment #3

And this file calls the text from the languages directory file i.e. catalog/includes/languages/english/checkout_process.php..

Comment #4

Yeah, and if you just need a quick solution, you can put the font tag right into the text of the email in the language file...

Comment #5

Nice one - case closed and big pat on the back to both of you..

Cheers...

Comment #6

As others have said, no font is specified by default. The browser just renders the text in it's default font, which tends to be something like Times New Roman. One thing I note is that the HTML e-mail doesn't have anchor tags around links, so it's actually less useful, by default, than plain text...

Comment #7

Hi,.

Is it possible to change the font and layout of the order confirmation and update emails that are sent out to the customer ? .

The standard HTML output is Times New Roman, which I hate - and I want to know where abouts in the catalog the files/style sheet/settings are which will allow me to change it !.

Many thanks for your help !.

Regards,.

Oliver Gleave...

Comment #8

I usually use the css to make all of my font changes, but you can also just put a font tag in yout html...

Comment #9


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.