Customizing the Appearance of Automated Emails in HivePress

Hello HivePress Community,

I am currently exploring ways to enhance the visual appeal of the automated emails sent from my platform. My goal is to make these emails more engaging and aligned with my brand’s visual identity. I’m interested in knowing if it’s possible to customize the appearance of these emails using HTML and/or CSS.

Specifically, I would like to:

  • Change the font styles and colors to match my brand.
  • Include custom headers and footers with my logo and contact information.
  • Adjust the layout to make the emails more visually appealing and user-friendly.

Could you please guide me on how to implement these customizations? Are there specific settings or plugins within HivePress that I should use, or do I need to modify the code directly? Any tips, plugins or examples of how to effectively customize the look and feel of automated emails would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your assistance.

Best regards,
Clik’N Loc

Hi! Make your own emails from: Hivepress->E-mails menu. Add a new email template, for example: new user registered. Click on it, now you can edit that. Select the function of your email, there is a list with the default functions: this email will be sent when a user… select one, and now start typing in the editor window. There is a normal text editing, and a html editing function (top-right of the editor window) if you want to insert your brand logo, adding background color, font color, etc. you need to change to html view, and here you can use pure html codes (no css, use html codes for styling) don’t forget to include tokens, in the text editor mode. If you don’t want to coding, try a free html email generator, or template, and customize that. Another one: don’t use embedded image, load it from url. If your email will be greater than 102kb Gmail will cut off your email.

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Hi,

You can change email text using this doc How to customize emails - HivePress Help Center. Regarding email styling, then there is no such function, you need a custom implementation or the use of third-party plugins, for example Email Templates Customizer and Designer for WordPress and WooCommerce – WordPress plugin | WordPress.org

​I hope this is helpful to you.

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Hi Fabricator !

Thank you for your answer ! I will try to use HTML code for styling my email !

Have a great day !

Hi Andrii !

Ok I will try with the plugin you gave me !

Thank you !

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