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How do I get the HTML code for a created email?

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Hosting HTML E-mails on Our Website

I'm not real sure if this board is where my post should go, but here it goes...

 

I know that we can host Constant Contact e-mails on our website, but I want to be able to get the actual text in HTML form so those topics can be picked up via web search. Is it possible to have Constant Contact spit this out after we send an e-mail?

 

Thanks in advance for any help.

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Honored Contributor

Re: Hosting HTML E-mails on Our Website

Hello Monica, 

 

Thanks for posting in our Community!  At this time we do not have a way to give you the HTML Code for your emails.  I will pass this feedback along to our developers to see if they can look into this for future developments.  

 

In the meantime, have you looked at our Email Archive product yet?  It will give you the link to your archived email so that you can display it on your site.  This service is available for $5.00 per month, and you can find out more here.

Honored Contributor

Re: Hosting HTML E-mails on Our Website

 

I seem to recall this being against the Terms & Conditions of using the CTCT service.  Has that changed?

 

Tony Schaefer
Constant Contact Solution Provider and SMS Marketing Specialist
www.cliquemarketing.biz

Honored Contributor

Re: Hosting HTML E-mails on Our Website

Hi Tony!

 

Welcome back! It is against our terms and conditions to post the HTML from our email templates on a website.  If a customer uses their own custom coding, then they can put that on their website.

CTCT Employee

Re: How do I get the HTML code for a created email?

Hello, 

At this time we do not have a way to give you the HTML Code for your emails.  What you can do is download the email as a file or you can use the webpage version provided once the email is sent.  

To download a sent or scheduled Email campaign as a PDF, JPG, or PNG file follow these steps:

From the Campaigns tab, click either Sent or Scheduled to narrow your search.

To the right of your email's name, click Actions > Download.

  1. Select the file type you want to download.
  2. (Optional) Customize the size and scale of your file.

    Click Download.

    Depending on your browser, click OK or Save to save the file.


    Note: It's a violation of our terms to host a PDF version of your newsletter on your website. You can instead copy the URL for your Email campaign and share the link on your website.


    The URL for your Email campaign is generated when you send the email and is a permanent link to the web version of your email.  To get this URL follow these steps:


    Click Campaigns.

    Click Status > Sent to narrow your search.

    Click the link icon to the right of the email campaign's name.

    Copy the URL.

    Once you've copied the URL, you can add the link to your website, blog, social media post, or into new emails.

    I hope that helps!