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I am new at Constant Contact and cannot figure out how to transfer my flyer/email design into constant contact-- can anyone point me in the direction
Welcome to Constant Contact and thank you for reaching out to the Community with your question!
Canva should let you download your design as a PDF file, which you can use to Create an Image From a PDF While Uploading to the Library or Create an Email From a PDF. If your design is text heavy or has multiple links, you may find it best to use our editor to Create an Email.
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I'm browsing several of these threads, at what point will CC personnel answer the question that we are asking - why won't HTML code copied from Canva be accepted by the Custom Code reader in Constant Contact? What adjustments need to be made so that CC will read the information?
I do apologize that we do not accept HTML code from that other company. This is not something that we integrate with at this time. I will gladly submit your feedback on this though! Thanks.
Can you specify what it is about the HTML code "from that other company" that doesn't match your standards? Isn't HTML just HTML?
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