Themes and Templates

Topics and templates

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How can I see my themes and templates?

The templates are all grouped under one topic. Topic is the place where the HTML/CSS source is for a document. Topics allow you to save templates with different contents while retaining the general style of themes. Updating the HTML/CSS for one of your themes will refresh any templates you create under that design.

How can I see my themes and templates? You can view your topics and templates by moving your mouse over the Messages page and clicking Email Templates Manager. Here you can see all your stored designs and templates. You will see the name you specified for your stored style sheet. You' ll find that the topic name is the name of the original you began with.

In the following example, the "Welcome message template" was stored under the topic "Plain (Left Aligned)" and the "Newsletter template" under the topic "Twenty Twelve Blue". If I want to modify the contents of my HTML and not the HTML/CSS, what happens? If you want to refresh the contents of a particular style sheet without changing the HTML/CSS, you must click on the name of your stored style sheet.

Dragging and dropping the contents of the templates into the Mailbuilder affects only the unique templates you are working on - not all templates that have been built under the topic. What can I do to modify the HTML/CSS? In order to modify the HTML/CSS encoding of your topic, click on the "Edit source" icon of your topic.

Please note: All HTML/CSS upgrades made to your style will affect all templates stored under that style. Whether you ever want to change an exisiting style sheet or need a customized style sheet created for you to mirror your own image, our team of templates would be pleased to change your exisiting style sheets or create a customized style sheet for you!

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