Not every email marketer codes their own emails, but sometimes there's just one little thing that needs to be changed. It can't be that hard to do it yourself, can it? You're right! It's not that hard! Making small changes to your HTML is very easy, and consists of three steps:
- Identifying an element - an HTML element is everything that is sandwiched between a start/opening tag and end/closing tag. For example:
<tag>This is the element.</tag>
- Finding the element's code - Use Ctrl + F to search for the element you want to edit.
- Changing the element - Update the content between the start and end tag.
Style attributes can also be applied to tags to change things like font styles, size, color, or alignment for an element. For example:
<p style="text-align:center;">This is the element.</p>
For help understanding HTML code and formatting, we recommend the resources on w3schools.com.
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