Most frequently asked Editor questions
How do I remove an underline from a hyperlink? How do I change my font color? How do I align my images in a row? What do I need to know about using my own, custom HTML email? How do I personalize my email to display my contact's first name using HTML? How do I add custom fields in the body of my email using HTML? How do I make a custom field a hyperlink using its URL that's also a custom field? How do I send the same email with unique content for each recipient? How do I change the color of my bulletpoints? Why am I experiencing formatting issues? How do I remove an underline from a hyperlink? Click the Pencil icon for the section you'd like to insert your hyperlink Insert the text or URL Highlight the text Select the Link icon Enter in the URL (be sure to copy over the pre-populated http:// if you've already copied that portion Click Update Select the blue HTML button at the bottom right of the floating toolbar Locate the URL associated to the text. In the example below, http://www.benchmarkemail.com/ExtPricing. <a href="http://www.benchmarkemail.com/ExtPricing">Benchmark Email Pricing Plans</a> Immediately following the closing quote, enter in the following code style="text-decoration:none;" like so: <a href="http://www.benchmarkemail.com/ExtPricing" style="text-decoration:none!important;">Benchmark Email Pricing Plans</a> Click Save & Close Top How do I change my font color? Click the Pencil icon in the section containing the text you'd like to change the color of Click on the blue HTML button located at the bottom right of the floating toolbar Locate the first word of the respective line and edit the color number prior to it In the below example, I would replace #fc6462 with my desired color number or name to change the text color to "What extra features does Benchmark Email offer?" <span style="color:#fc6462;">What extra features does Benchmark Email offer?</span> Top How do I align my images in a row? Click on the Pencil icon of the section you'd like to place your images Click on the blue HTML button located on the bottom right of the floating toolbar Copy the code below and paste it over the existing code in the HTML window (Please note that this action will replace all existing content within the section): <table width="100%"> <tr> <td> image 1 </td> <td> image 2 </td> <td> image 3 </td> </tr> </table> You should have as many rows of <td> image # </td> as you do images. Since there are 3 lines of this code above, what has been provided is preparing you to insert 3 images. Add and remove accordingly. Click Save & Close You should see, the text Image 1, Image 2 and Image 3 in the section Highlight Image 1 Click on the Image icon under Insert Additional Elements Select your desired image within the Image Gallery window Click Insert Resize the image as needed (Important note: Template width maximum is 600 pixels) Repeat steps 7 through 11 for Image 2 and Image 3 Select each image and select the Align center button from the floating toolbar Click Save Top What do I need to know about using my own, custom HTML email? If you'd like to insert content in a tabular format, this should be done in tables rather than spacing in between 2 columns. Many email clients will ignore CSS unless it's used Inline. Because of this, we recommend that you code your emails using in-line CSS only. Avoid copying text and/or images from an external source such as MS Word and pasting it directly into Benchmark Email's Editor. Instead, paste it into Notepad first, and then transfer it from Notepad into Editor. Your email content should consist of 60% text and 40% images (best practices). Avoid nesting unwanted duplicate tags to the content. Avoid using scripting in the code. Avoid the use of <p> tags. Instead, use <br> tags as <p> tags may result in spacing issues when viewing from various email clients. Avoid using background images in your email as most email clients block them for security purposes. Design your emails to meet the 600 x 800 standard. Top How do I personalize my email to display my contact's first name using HTML? If you're experiencing difficulties personalizing your email using our Tools (http://www.benchmarkemail.com/blogs/detail/benchmark-email-new-feature-add-personal-greetings), an alternative solution would be via HTML: Click the Pencil icon in the section you'd like to start your greeting Highlight and delete the placeholder text Insert your greeting: "Hi," "Dear," "Greetings," etc. Click on the blue HTML button located at the bottom right of the floating toolbar Locate your greeting Copy and paste the following code one space after your greeting: [contact_attribute:firstname] Click Save & Close The code will be visible within the section but will display accordingly (s
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