You need a few things in place for personalization to work. 

NOTE: This is not a complete step-by-step of the entire product creation or campaign process. This page should be used as a checklist to make sure you have all of the pieces in place. You should have a basic understanding of product creation and campaigns before using this page.


In the Create Product Page


Steps

1. Log into your store admin (yourdomain.com/wp-admin)

2. Click the "T-REX" link on the left navigation pane

3. Click the "Products" link

4. Click the pencil icon next to the product you are editing


A. Set Shirt Type = Personalized



B. Setup Personalization Input Field (on Product)


In the Campaign Page


Steps

1. Log into your store admin (yourdomain.com/wp-admin)

2. Click the "T-REX" link on the left navigation pane

3. Click the "Campaigns" link

4. Click the name of the campaign that you'd like to edit


C. Add Short Code %form%  (or %name%  and/or  %last_name%) to the Right Column 1

    NOTE: Available short codes are listed below each column box

    See below for example. You probably will have Title, Step 1. instructions, Step 2. Personalization instructions, then the shortcode.


D. In Page Styling Section, set input field text

    NOTE: Available short co


NOTE: 

This text is what appears on the website where the customer enters the personalization.


A couple of other things to note in the Page Styling section:

1. The %form% Button Text and %form% Button Color control the button next to the input field on the website. See above "Preview" button.

2. Select Name Case controls the personalization text that will appear in the design.

    "Upper Case" means everything the customer types into the personalization field will have all caps (ie. NATE)

    "Lower Case" means everything the customer types into the personalization field will have all lower case text (ie. nate)

    " First Letter Upper Case" means everything the customer types into the personalization field will have a capital letter followed by lower case letters for each word (ie. Nate)

    "Customer Type" means that however the customer types the text will be how it appears on the design (could be nAte, Nate, naTE, etc.)


Make sure your changes are saved.

Click the Update button