In order to add custom text above the Special Instructions box, seen on the Checkout screen, follow the steps outlined below:

1.  Login to your eHungry account manager.

2. Click Restaurant Manager in the top black bar.

3. Under Restaurant Settings, click on Restaurant Locations.

4.  Click the button Edit/View Additional Details for this location

5.  On the General Settings and Payment screen, click on the Additional Settings

6.  On the Additional Settings screen, scroll down to the Checkout Interface section,        locate the Special Instructions label on Checkout screen setting, and input the
     desired information. The blank input field allows 255 characters in TOTAL - this
     includes the html characters, letters, spaces, and words for "special instructions" at
     the end. After you input the Code, make sure you scroll down to the bottom of the
     page and click Save This Information.

7.  The code used in this example is the following:

   <center><font color ="red"><b>Extra items added in special instructions are subject    to additional charges.</b></font></center><br>Special Instructions

  Below is how the above code appears at checkout:

8.  You can make adjustments to the code as follows:

Example code: 

       <center><font color="red "><b>INSERT YOUR LIMITED TEXT HERE</b></font>
       </center><p>Special Instructions:

  • To create a single line break, insert a <br> in the code. For example:

       <center><font color="red"><b>INSERT YOUR LIMITED TEXT HERE<br>THANK
       YOU!</b></font></center><p>Special Instructions:

  • Alternatively, you can create a paragraph space by inserting a <p> as seen above before “Special Instructions:” For example:

      <center><font color="red "><b>INSERT YOUR LIMITED TEXT HERE<br>THANK
<p>Special Instructions:

  • If you don’t need the custom text centered, then remove <center> AND </center> from the code. For example:

      <font color="red "><b>INSERT YOUR LIMITED TEXT HERE<br>THANK YOU!</b>
      </font><p>Special Instructions:

  • If you don’t want the custom text in Red, then remove both <font color="red "> AND </font>.  For example:

      <center><b>INSERT YOUR LIMITED TEXT HERE</b></center><p>Special

     The custom text will now be the same grey color as "Special Instructions" currently      is, and it will NOT be as noticeable to customers.

**Note: It is best to leave the end of the code as <p>Special Instructions:
If you remove it, your customers will simply see a blank box at the bottom of the page. In this case, they may not realize they can add info there or not understand what it's supposed to be used for.

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