The background pattern automatically tiling, and not providing an option to use an image of your choice to span the width of the email/newsletter is frustrating. A tiled photo in a newsletter that you want to look professional is unattractive and looks outdated. A solution to this would be helpful.
Aug 31, 2022 12:25:28 PM
Hi everyone, the good news is in our updated editor does allow users to have control over the tiling of their background image. If any users are now experiencing the images appearing incorrectly please share with us the image URL from your library, a screenshot of what you are seeing, and the email client being used so we may troubleshoot further.
Has there been a fix to this issue of tiled background images? I need one solid background image that I created, not it tiled. I need it now not a year from now!
Does anyone know if there was progress on this suggestion? I also agree that this would be extremely helpful. I reached out to support and they provided me with dimensions to "fix" the tile and it was still unsuccessful in eliminating the tile.
I think it's been a few years now that Constant Contact has not had a solution for the tiled background image when a user uploads their own background image. I've never bothered to send feedback on this issue, but after 3 years, it's really starting to irritate me. The hours I've spent over the years searching the internet for images that won't look tiled is ridiculous.
I send out monthly newsletters with each one having its own theme. It would be nice to be able to customize a background instead of the same 5 options (stars, water, rocks, grass, tiles... which I have never used because it has nothing to do with my business or themes) I think plain colors can be a bit boring especially when you can't change the texture/backgrounds of the articles, headers, footers or anything.
Sometimes they'll have fun backgrounds or cute footers in the example campaigns, but I wish it was customizable.
I want to be able to upload my own background image without it repeating in a tile format. I feel like this is a pretty easy issue, so if it's possible please let me know!
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