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    Author Topic: How To Remove a Line?
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    PostHow To Remove a Line?
    on: February 13, 2011, 05:14

    Hello can you please tell me how do i remove Lines in the code such as:

    Less Deposit, Less Trade Allowance, Monthly payment
    payment protection, presuming a typical APR of 5.25%:

    Check/uncheck this box to view figures with/without Payment Protection,

    Vehicle Details





    Please help i know where is located but when i remove it it gives Errors the page does not work Pleas Help thank you..

    Posts: 19
    PostRe: How To Remove a Line?
    on: February 13, 2011, 13:43

    You shouldn't remove the fields, but make them hidden. So, instead of type="text", you should write type="hidden". This way, the values are still passed to the final function and no errors occur. You could also go a s tep further and delete the lines from the mail function, too. There's a big list there and you should figure out the variable names yourself.

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    PostRe: How To Remove a Line?
    on: February 14, 2011, 03:50

    Thank You Chip i figured it out but i have big issue
    on Application when you type your email and confirm the email why it shows that the email has been sent from why is not showing email from the customer?


    Posts: 19
    PostRe: How To Remove a Line?
    on: February 14, 2011, 08:46

    Thanks for using the plugin and providing valuable feedback. Your big issue is now solved.

    Either you update your plugin to version 1.3.3 or make the following changes inside the plugin's index.php:

    // send email using WordPress function // find this line
    $headers =
    	"MIME-Version: 1.0\n".
    	"From: ".$_POST['EMAIL_2']."\n".
    	"Content-Type: text/html; charset=\"".get_settings('blog_charset')."\"\n";
    $to = $f_email;
    $mail = wp_mail($to, $subject, $message, $headers);

    The sender email is now picked up straight from the application form using: $_POST['EMAIL_2'].

    Also another change is sending emails as text/html, as some WordPress configurations wouldn't pick up the default one.

    Hope that helps!

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