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Thread: Syntax for text formatting

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    Syntax for text formatting

    This is the php that is used in Form2Mail.
    PHP Code:
    $message .= "$var:$val\n"
    If I wanted to make the $var in bold text what would be the correct syntax? I tried this:

    PHP Code:
    $message .= "<b>$var:</b>$val\n"
    But the message ending up being <b>name:</b>=name in the email!

    Also if you have multiple lines in $val, e.g if it was an address - is there a way to format it so that the second line starts under the first as if it were tabbed?

    rather than

    Address: First Line
    Second Line
    Third Line


    Any help greatly appreciated thanks.
    Last edited by jimjiminyjimjim; January 22nd, 2007 at 04:18 PM.

  2. #2
    is there an option to send mail as HTML? cause then you can style it and use<b> tags

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