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 ===== Default Templates and Customizations ===== ===== Default Templates and Customizations =====
-The default HTML email receipt template is visible above at the right, but you can fully customize your email receipt much like you'd do with any other template on your store. If you're just looking to change language (such as the message that appears at the top or labels for sections) we'd suggest you start with making changes in the strings in the //[[https://​admin.foxycart.com/​admin.php?​ThisAction=Internationalization|language section of your store'​s Foxy administration]]//.+The default HTML email receipt template is visible above at the right, but you can fully customize your email receipt much like you'd do with any other template on your store. If you're just looking to change language (such as the message that appears at the top or labels for sections) we'd suggest you start with making changes in the strings in the [[https://​admin.foxycart.com/​admin.php?​ThisAction=Internationalization|language section of your store'​s Foxy administration]].
  
 If you choose to [[v:​2.0:​templates|alter the base templates]] in the //email receipt// settings, the big difference is that email formatting is stuck in the 1990s, so you'll want to brush up on HTML email formatting. [[http://​www.campaignmonitor.com/​|CampaignMonitor]] has //​fantastic//​ templates and [[http://​www.campaignmonitor.com/​css/​|resources for CSS support in HTML emails]] that we highly recommend. If you choose to [[v:​2.0:​templates|alter the base templates]] in the //email receipt// settings, the big difference is that email formatting is stuck in the 1990s, so you'll want to brush up on HTML email formatting. [[http://​www.campaignmonitor.com/​|CampaignMonitor]] has //​fantastic//​ templates and [[http://​www.campaignmonitor.com/​css/​|resources for CSS support in HTML emails]] that we highly recommend.

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