Mailerstock builds the email newsletters compatible with trending email service, Campaign Monitor. Campaign Monitor is an email platform that provides the tool to edit, customize and send the email newsletter.
Campaign monitor enables the user to edit text and image content. You can duplicate and delete any module from the template.
The Campaign-Monitor integrated files of our templates can be found in the /campaign-monitor folder.
This folder has the same structure as the standalone files from the /HTML folder, only that all files inside it are editable or ready to use with Campaign Monitor:
After the import, you can make changes to template design on the editor.
Visual template customisation in Campaign Monitor is very limited, you can only click to edit a section and have some basic formatting options, for multiline elements only!
Click on the edit tooltip option. In the left side you will find the interface to edit images. You can update link and alt text from image options.
On the right side of screen, you will find all the styling properties section wise. You can edit colours, backgrounds, font sizes, spacing, border, links and many more.
You can’t export edited template from Campaign Monitor interface
Most visual email builders are limited in functionality, meaning they don’t or can’t allow fine-tuned control over the template as if you were to manually edit the HTML code. That being said, please take the following into account.
The Grammarly browser plugin severely affects online email editors, including Campaign Monitor. By injecting itself into the page, it corrupts email HTML, resulting in a broken template.
Please disable any plugins such as Grammarly or Adblock when using an online email builder.
As a rule of thumb, we recommend disabling any plugins that manipulate content on a web page when using any of the integrations provided with our email templates.
Campaign Monitor currently offers no support when it comes to editing background images. You need to manually edit the template code before uploading to Campaign Monitor.
Same as with the above, Campaign Monitor does not fill in the URL for the image in the from the VML code. You also need to do this manually, by editing the template HTML code.
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