Top 12 Features From the Classic Editor & How to Do Them With Our Drag and Drop Editor
First things first, the Classic Editor does not create responsive emails. Period. Our Drag and Drop Editor does. Aside from being responsive, you can accomplish the same things you were able to in the Classic Editor. Following are the top 12 things done in the Classic Editor and how to do them in the Drag and Drop Editor. 1. Adding Blocks Adding blocks in the Drag and Drop Editor is
Resize images from the Drag and Drop Editor
If you have an image, you’d like to use for an email campaign but would want to make alterations to it before using it you can use our Image Editor to crop, add text or change the style. To resize images in the Drag and Drop Editor, you’ll need first to drag and drop an image block or click on the browse for a file option within the image block.
General questions February 12, 2020
Does Benchmark Email track opens on smartphones?
Yes! A small, invisible graphic is embedded in the bottom of your HTML email. This tracker, sometimes called an "open tracker" or "web beacon," is unique to each campaign that you send out. Anytime someone opens your email, the open-tracker image is downloaded from our server. We monitor when the image has been downloaded and this is how your "opens" are tracked. Regardless if the email is opened in an
Reports March 26, 2019
How do I create a border for an image using Code View?
Once an image has been inserted into an email block, you can add a border around it by manipulating the Code View options for that block. Note: This requires working knowledge of HTML and mishandling could result in unwanted and permanent changes to your newsletter. To create a border for an image: Click on the Edit icon for the block containing the image. On the left panel, click the button.
Drag & Drop Editor September 6, 2019
How do I find the file size and dimensions for images?
In order to check the size and dimensions of an image on your computer or on a webpage, follow these steps: On a webpage: Hold your mouse cursor over the desired image. Right-click the image. Select View Image Info for Mozilla Firefox users or View Properties for Internet Explorer users. If you are using other browsers, you will have to save the image in your documents to be able to
Does Benchmark Email provide video tutorials?
Video tutorials are an excellent way to learn about the different features offered by Benchmark Email. We value your time and, because of that, we have created a series of short videos (1-3 minutes) that will provide you with the necessary information to get you started with email marketing as quickly and easily as possible. If you have more than a few minutes to spare, be sure to check out
Getting Started October 22, 2020
Supported Image Formats
Benchmark Email currently supports the following image formats: .jpeg (specifically RGB JPEG) .png .gif JPEG PNG GIF Image file format with high-quality data with lossless compression. Great for photography or images with lots of colors. Image file format with lossless compression and with the ability to display transparent backgrounds. Great for logos. Image file format with a maximum of 256 colors. This format support animation and transparent backgrounds. Note:
Image Gallery October 20, 2020
How do I add a caption to my image?
Go to the section that contains the image and click on the EDIT icon. Click on the image for which you want to add the caption. From the left hand side, under Insert Additional Elements, click on the Image icon Enter the content for the caption into the text area for Caption Click on the INSERT button to apply the changes to the image Once you have completed your changes,
At one point or another you will want to clean up your image gallery or maybe you just want to make extra room. Whatever your reason is you can delete images from the Image Gallery from different locations in your account. Keep in mind once an image is deleted from the gallery it will also be removed from any previous email campaigns. Deleting images from the Image Gallery Log into
Image Gallery January 21, 2020