Capitalizing the First Letter of Every Field Value on Email

Last Update: March 17, 2016

If you want to have the 1st letter of the name or every field value in your e-mail notification to appear as capitalized then add CAPITALIZE: prefix in the field variable.

Example:

{fullName} should be changed to {CAPITALIZE:fullName}


Make sure to save the changes after that.


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mgcaledonian13 (December 22, 2013 at 10:50 AM)

Thanks for that.
So the same should apply to UPPERCASE then for all alphabetical to APPEAR
{UPPERCASE:fullname}
I got the Capitalize to work OK but Uppercase is problem now.

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Alvin R. (March 21, 2014 at 03:33 AM)

But isn't that will enable empty/blank fields to be shown? How do I avoid this?

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4rreeaall (April 11, 2014 at 05:34 PM)

I want an autoresponder to include the first name of the person who submitted the form, but I want the first letter capitalized. Right now my form says {name:first}, how do I adjust it properly to add the CAPITALIZE feature?
I figure it's not just {CAPITALIZE:name:first} but please let me know.
Thanks!

Form can be seen at http://www.vegascashflows.com/

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