March 7, 2013 at 8:31 pm #21014
i want to change the styles of the woocommerce mail templates.
i checked the code of the mails but i cant find a clear part for the css attributes.
Can anyone tell me where/how i can set the css attributes for “h2” for example?
And another thing…. Is it possible to set an attachment? We want to attache the “terms and conditions” as an pdf file.
PS: I read the article on envato about the 2 million milestone…. Congrats Kriesi and Team!! ;DMarch 8, 2013 at 4:51 pm #110052
Under the tab is each email type that can be clicked on. At the bottom you’ll see “HTML template with some basic instructions:
You’ll need to do that for each of the email types to customize them.
DevinMarch 9, 2013 at 2:53 pm #110053March 9, 2013 at 3:44 pm #110054
The styles are hard coded in email-header.php – compare the code of the original template here: https://github.com/woothemes/woocommerce/blob/master/templates/emails/email-header.php
PeterMarch 9, 2013 at 6:35 pm #110055
I already found them and changed the styles of the h2 heading, but it didn´t change anything.
I can make a child theme of the mail header, can´t i?
And I think the styles in e-mail header are a bit sparsely or?
DanielMarch 10, 2013 at 4:46 am #110056
What you need to do is add the styling *into* the actual file. Emails are done like websites were 10 or so years ago where everything was done with inline styling.
For example in the file Peter linked about there is this line:
That makes that specific text line have no margin on top. You need to go through and edit the copy of the template you have put into yourtheme/woocommerce/emails/admin-new-order.php.
DevinMarch 10, 2013 at 10:57 pm #110057
ok if it´s not possible otherways i´ll do it with the inline styling :) Thank you.
And, Is it possible to set an attachment? We want to attache the “terms and conditions” and an other file as pdf´s.
DanielMarch 11, 2013 at 3:31 pm #110058
Email styling is a whole sub industry of its own. MailChimp and some of the other big emailing companies have some good resources on how to format mail and get it working right with all of the various email clients which is what you’ll want to look at if you are coding it all yourself.
As for attachments, you would be better off linking to the them on your site. I don’t know if woocommerce has the capability to add them but also you are just generally more likely to have people not open them/mark the item as spam if it has an attachment.
DevinMarch 13, 2013 at 8:02 am #110059
Yes the spam filter would be a problem, but the german law says we have to send our terms to the customer.
We solved it with a woocommerce plugin :)March 14, 2013 at 6:17 am #110060
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