DISCLAIMER: The main purpose of this article is to show how the Template Editor tool can help you find a template for editing, but not to describe all possible code alterations. You should be skilled in .html to customize the code.

The Template Editor tool of the Theme Tweaker add-on allows the users of X-Cart Enterprise software editions to customize the default dynamic messages included in the email notifications.

For this purpose:

1. Open the Email Notifications page of your store's Admin area (Store setup -> Email notifications ).

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2. Find a notification that you need to edit and open the notification details page.

In our case, it will be the ‘Order Created’ notification that corresponds with an e-mail that both a customer and an admin receive after a new order has been placed.

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3. Scroll down the details page and locate the ‘Dynamic message’ button in the Scheme section.

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Click on it, and a random invoice will open in a new tab.

4. Click on a section within the invoice that you want to edit to see the corresponding .twig file.

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We’ll remove the Shipping method section from the invoice in our sample.

5. Click on the highlighted .twig file to open and edit it the way you need.

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In our case, it is the mail/common/order/invoice/parts/bottom.methods.shipping.twig file. We will delete the highlighted code from the file to remove the Shipping method section from the invoice e-mail notification.

6. Click Save changes.

The changed template will automatically rename from mail/common/order/invoice/parts/bottom.methods.shipping.twig to theme_tweaker/mail/admin/order/invoice/parts/bottom.methods.shipping.twig and will list in the Edited Templates page of your store's Admin area (Look an feel -> Edited templates).

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The custom template disabling or deletion cancels the changes it applies, and the customized page reverts to its default look.

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