What general HTML should I know when looking at template code?
When viewing the template code, you will most likely see the following HTML code: Basic Elements Structural Definition Presentation Formatting Links and Graphics Dividers Lists Backgrounds and Colors Tables Basic Elements Document Type <HTML></HTML> (beginning and end of file) Title <TITLE></TITLE> (must be in header) Header <HEAD></HEAD> (descriptive info, such as title) Body <BODY></BODY> (bulk of the page) Structural Definition Heading <H?></H?> (the spec. defines 6 levels) Align Heading
Templates & Editor March 28, 2019
How do I add space or padding around an image?
The Benchmark Email editor will allow you to increase or decrease the padding around an image. To increase or decrease the padding around an image, please follow these steps: Click on the Edit icon for the block containing the image. Double click the image to open the image editor. (You may also select the image and then click on Image from the Insert Addition Elements table on the left.) Change
Templates & Editor September 9, 2019
I need to edit an image on my Mac. What do I do?
We suggest using Apple's Preview software when it comes to basic image editing needs. Here are some guidelines to help you with this: To access Preview, open your Applications folder from your dock and then double-click on Preview. From the menu bar click File > Open and locate your image. Once your image is opened, follow these steps for the various editing options: To crop an image: Click and drag
General questions March 28, 2019
How do I resize an individual section or column in my email?
Unfortunately you cannot directly control the size of the columns in the email layout. However you will be able to edit the padding for each block in the Drag & Drop Editor: Select the block you wish to edit and either click into or click on the edit icon. On the left side in the block options scroll down to the sliders. Slide the circle to the desired padding for
Templates & Editor August 6, 2018
My images look smaller/bigger in Outlook 2007/2010/2013/2016
Outlook 2007/2010/2013/2016 will display images in a smaller size, even if the original image has larger dimensions. This happens because Outlook does not interpret the size of the image from the style attribute, so Outlook will only resize the image if the width and height attributes are given. We have recently updated our Email Wizard to automatically include these two attributes, if you have resized the image using the drag