Transferring Email Templates From Third Party Sources
Settings > Templates > Add New Template.
Select 'Email' for the Template Type, enter the template description, select Lead Group and Press 'Continue'.
Click 'Source' (top right of the editing toolbar), paste the html source code and click 'Source' again to see a preview.
Once happy with the preview, press 'Continue' to save the template.
<div style="background-color:#0066FF; padding:5px;">
<h1 style="font-family:Arial; color:white; text-align:center;">Example Template</h1>
<p style="margin-top:50px; font-family:Arial; font-size:12px">This is an example of the html source code that can be used within an email template. This example also demonstrated inline styles to set the style properties of the elements.</p>
<p style="margin-top:25px;"><span>Inline styling should be used for email templates to ensure cross compatibility across email clients.</span><span style="color:Red; font-weight:bold;"> Be careful of third party applications that use custom styling techniques that are processed by their system!</span></p>
<p style="text-align:center;">Thanks for Looking!</p>
Q: Why are my images not there once I've saved the template?
A: The image needs to be uploaded to FLG unless it uses a URL source. See link for further information
Q: I copied my HTML source in but there are different text sizes and fonts used for different paragraphs. Why is this?
A: If you are using a specified font and/or size, you will need to ensure that this is set in each parent element otherwise the system default style is used.