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Email templates settings is where you can add additional email designs. You will need HTML and CSS skills to know how to make the changes, if you do not have these skills then please contact us so that we can help you make the changes you need.
Creating your own templates
If you have HTML skills then you can create your own templates, the first step is to design the HTML email and test it with a few different email programs to ensure that it is readable and the design looks good on different devices. You may want to look at the existing templates to get an understanding of what the HTML code your template should look like.
Once you've created the HTML for the new email template you can add the following to the HTML:
- @Model.Subject - This will insert the email subject, this would normally be inserted inside the <head><title> tag.
- @Url("/email/" + Model.Slug) - This will insert the url for the online version of the email, this will be handy if someone is having trouble reading an email in their email client.
- @Url("/email/unsubscribe/" + Model.Recipient.Email) - This will insert a url that will let the recipient unsubscribe or update their details.
- @Transform(Model.Content) - This will format the email message and insert it in the template, the plain text that the user types will be transformed into HTML format.
- @@media - When designing email templates it is common to use CSS styles in the template header. If @media queries are used for customizing the design for different screen sizes then you will need to double escape. In other words replace every @media declaration with @@media.
- @@ - If you would like to have an @ symbol in an email template then it must be entered as @@.
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