Why can‘t I change the color of my URL?
All links in your email have the default color scheme (blue for links / purple for visited links). To change the color of your URL links in the Edit Mode Highlight the URL (by using the mouse or the keyboard to select the link) Change the color using the text color picker in the toolbar of the block. Click on SAVE to save your changes. Using the Code View Mode:
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Can I remove the Benchmark Email logo from the footer?
Yes, you can remove the Benchmark Email logo from the footer of your email, however, you must contact the Benchmark Email Support Team to do this for you. You can accomplish this by contacting support at 800.430.4095, or sending an email to email@example.com requesting this feature be removed. If you'd like other ways to contact support, please click on the HELP tab on the site. Note: Only paid clients may
How do I add a Webpage version to my emails?
It is advisable to include a webpage version of your campaign so that people who are unable to view images or their email service provider blocks the images will be able to see your email in its entirety. To add a link to webpage version of your email in your campaigns/newsletters, follow these steps: Log into your account and click on the Emails tab. Click the Create New Email link
Is there a way to move the permission reminder to somewhere other than the top of my email?
The permission reminder always appears at the top of your email for a reason – so customers can see it when they open the email or view it in their preview window. For this reason, it cannot be moved from its place in your email header. If you'd like to put in your own permission reminder somewhere else in your email, all you need to do is turn off the
How do I give hyperlink to an image?
To link your image to a Web page when someone clicks on it, here's what you need to do: Go to the block you wish to edit. Click on the EDIT icon . Click on the image you want to make into a linked image. In the toolbar, click the URL LINK icon . Provide the Web site address (URL) you want the image to link to when a recipient