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May 3, 2013 at 11:16 am #22761
After read this topic: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/email-styling I must say that I’m not satisfied with the response. This theme sold as woocommerce optimized….emails are a fundamental part of the plugin.
I love this theme but I expected more….and much more in the backend.
Would be a good idea to better integrate emails with the theme style.
PS: Sorry for my english, it’s a google translation :)May 3, 2013 at 11:52 am #117141
WooCommerce integration and support is much more about letting it do its thing and building on top of that. So while the theme wraps the products in new divs, adds css and styling options, customizing the emails doesn’t really fit with that.
Emails are also still extremely limited in their scope of customization. The same code that works on a website will fail completely in most mail clients. So trying to change the emails in the same way you change the front end of the website isn’t possible at this time.
DevinMay 4, 2013 at 9:26 am #117142
Well, but I still think it would be a good idea the theme should cover most features of the plugin, not only the emails. Just my opinion, only a constuctive review.
Another time, sorry for my english!
Regards.May 4, 2013 at 10:03 am #117143
WooCommerce optimzed means that the theme supports woocommerce and it doesn’t mean that we change all template (including mails) to custom designs. Beside the fact that this is not feasible because the woocommerce devs change these template really often and we’d need to monitor all changes every week, etc. to avoid incompatibility issues it’s also not common at all – I’m not aware of a theme which comes with custom email templates (I’m not saying it does not exist but the vast majority does not come with custom templates). Thanks for your feedback but I’m sorry – we won’t add custom templates to the theme.
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