Print Templates

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It's possible to quickly and easily print invoices and address labels when viewing any order in your inkFrog account.

You can opt to print address labels for the order, an invoice for the order, or both.

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Adding a Logo

To add your logo into your print template

  • Click Apps → Print templates

  • When you see the list of templates, click the pencil icon (Edit Template) to the far right of the word "Invoice" to open your invoice template for editing

  • You should now see the HTML code for your invoice print template, ready for you to edit. Not an HTML expert? Don't worry. All we need to do is add a single line to your template. Follow these steps:

    • Click in the editor and position your cursor at the very beginning—the first position on the first line.

    • Press enter to add a blank line, move back up to the new blank line using your arrow keys, and insert the following text:
      <img src="" height="50">

    • Now position your cursor in between the two consecutive quotation marks, and paste in the web address of the image that you copied previously.

To see what your invoices will look like with your company logo at the top, click the "Preview" button at the upper-right of the editor view

Next, select Save Template

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Customizing the Code

We won't go over how the templates are put together in-depth, but as someone who's familiar with HTML, a quick scan through the template will probably show you that it's mostly quite standard HTML code, with a few fields pulled in for things like seller name and address, order ID number, and so on.  If you plan to make significant changes to a print template, do it in a new template, so that if you make a mistake or don't like the effect, you still have your standard templates to fall back on.

 

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