In the words of a new Rocket Invoice customer, “invoice customization is a strong point; being able to load a specific template will allow everyone to be happy” because customers will be able to change colors, add images and rearrange invoice layouts to fit their company’s needs.
To create a new template, download the sample ZIP. Upload it to the Rocket Invoice directory (same level as includes and plugins). Templates should be placed within a folder inside the branding/templates/statements directory.
Pro-tip: If you’d like to override the default templates, create a folder called “default” inside of the statement templates directory.
The following files are used:
config.php — Contains the template’s name
print.php — If present, replaces the default statement PDF template
view.php — If present, replaces the default statement template when viewed in a web browser
To take advantage of statement templates, update your Rocket Invoice installation by clicking the Check for Updates link at the top of your installation.