The email template footer contains the closing and signature line of the email message. You can change the closing to fit your style, and add additional information, such as the company name and address below your name.
|1.||Enter the Template Name for your custom footer.|
|2.||Enter a Template Subject to help organize the templates. In the grid, the templates can be sorted and filtered by the Subject column.|
|3.||In the Template Content box, modify the HTML as needed.|
When working in the template code, be careful not to overwrite anything that is enclosed in double braces.
|4.||To insert a variable, position the cursor in the code where you want the variable to appear, and tap Insert Variable. Then, choose the variable that you want to insert.|
When a variable is selected, a markup tag for the variable is inserted in the code.
Although the Store Contact variables are the ones most often included in the footer, you can enter the code for any system or custom variable directly into the template.
|5.||If you need to make any CSS declarations, enter the styles in the Template Styles box.|
|1.||On the Admin sidebar, tap Content. Then under Design, choose Configuration.|
|2.||In the grid, find the store view that you want to configure. Then in the Action column, click Edit.|
|3.||Scroll down and expand the Transactional Emails section.|
|4.||Choose the Footer Template that is used as the default for email notifications.|
|5.||When complete, tap Save Config.|
Load default template
Lists the selection of available templates, and identifies the template to be customized.
The name of your custom template.
Inserts a Store Contact Information variable into the template at the cursor location.
The Template Subject appears in the Subject column, and can be used to sort and filter the templates in the list.
The content of the template in HTML.
Any CSS style declarations that are needed to format the template footer can be entered in the Template Styles box.