How do I add HTML coding to my email block?
HTML will need to be added to your email one block at a time. Please be advised that editing the HTML coding may cause undesirable and possibly permanent changes to your campaign. Therefore, only make changes if you are confident in your knowledge of HTML. Also note, this only applies to blocks that allow for plain text. How to add HTML to an email block: Click into and the edit
Templates & Editor August 6, 2018
Can I modify the URL link color so that it changes after being clicked?
Unfortunately, it is not possible to edit the link in a campaign within Benchmark Email to change the color once it has been clicked. Most email clients will not allow the coding required to enable this change and therefore the change would not appear in the delivered campaigns. You can, however, modify the color of the link before it is clicked.
How do I add a horizontal rule or divider into my campaign?
The horizontal rule <HR>, also known as a line divider, is used to divide content areas within an email. These HTML horizontal rules can be used to divide your email content subjects, products, navigational menus or whatever you'd like. They provide a great way to add color to your pages without using images and will enable you to improve the appearance of your web pages. Caution: This requires advanced knowledge
Templates & Editor September 6, 2019
Can the text version of an email include formatting?
The reason there is a text version of your email is so that those subscribers whose email programs do not handle HTML code can still read your message. The text version is almost entirely free from the coding included in the HTML version. By choosing to include HTML tags in the text version, which is allowed, you run the risk of your subscribers possibly seeing the HTML tags if their