The latest version now includes support for HTML/CSS templates which means total flexibility in how your invoices can look like.
I’ve created sample invoice template on JsFiddle which you can use as a bootstrap (or for learning purposes) but keep in mind, it’s totally possible to create one from scratch. Templates must be written in HTML/CSS, variables are injected via popular KnockoutJS library. If you are not familiar with KnockoutJS, check my JsFiddle example to see how it is done (pay attention to
Once you are happy with your template in JsFiddle, add it to Manager.
- Go to
Settingstab and click
HTML Templates(you might need to enable it by clicking on
New HTML Templatebutton to create new template.
- Enter something into
Namefield, then copy & paste from JsFiddle HTML code to HTML field and CSS code to CSS field. Then press
- Edit one of your invoices and select your newly created template in
- Then view the invoice.
The invoice looks similar to default theme but that is just because I’m not creative enough. With HTML/CSS you can really create anything.