Other options

Every integer will be available during the PDF generation and the email sample, under the name which you referred to it as.

You can refer to the form’s integers during the creation of the PDF document, and in the email sample. Give the integers’ names converted into capital letters!
Like this: [INPUT id="sample"] => [SAMPLE]

Other integers

The following integers are automatically generated and are available:

Reference in PDF in Email Description
[WORDPRESS-USER] Logged in user’s name
[WORDPRESS-USER-ID] Logged in user’s ID
[BLOGNAME] The site’s name
[URL] Current URL (from which the form was invited)
[NOW] Time marker
[DATE] Momentary Date
[TIME] Momentary Time
[IP] Filler’s IP address
[HOST] The server the filler’s IP address is relevant to
[PAGE] Page nomber (usable in the PDF’s header and footers.)
[PAGES] Number of pages (usable in PDF’s header and footers.)
[DATA-FILE] Form’s filename
[ALL-DATA] Displaying of all form data in one chart.

Functions relevant to PDF generation

The intercultural part for the setting of the PDF header.

The intercultural part for the setting of the PDF footer.
<meta name="size" content="210x297" /> The PDF page size (mm)
<meta name="font" content="opensans" /> PDF default fontset
(arial, openSans, tahoma)
<meta name="fontsize" content="10" /> Default font size
<meta name="margin" content="10,10,10,10" /> PDF edges (up, right, down, left)
<meta name="filename" content="[filename]" /> When saving, the name of the PDF file. (You can specify it directly, or you can reference a variable defined in the form.)

Email-related feature

It can be placed in the * .email.html file <meta name="sendto" content="mail@internet.com, [MY-EMAIL]" />
The notification will also be emailed to the comma-separated addresses indicated by the content field. As shown in the example, this can be a field defined in the form.