I am a new Constant Contact Subscriber.
I am wondering how to edit the HMTL and CSS of an email template.
I would like to do something as simple as increasing the outer border thickness. I know this can be done very easily using CSS.
As customer service is closed on the weekends, I have looked up many help links, such as this one: https://knowledgebase.constantcontact.com/articles/KnowledgeBase/5879-using-the-style-sheet-in-a-cam...
The interface shown in that link is not the interface I see when I edit my templates. Clearly, that help link is very outdated. All help links I have viewed show that same interface: there is a tab called Style Sheet. This tab does not exist on my interface and I can find no way to edit the style sheet. How can that be? How can all help links be outdated? And back to my original question, how can I eddit my template's style sheet?
I'm sorry for the confusion with your account templates and our online resources. Your account utilizes our Next-Generation Editor whereas you are correct that the templates do not have an accessible Style Sheet. This editor uses our new drag-and-drop functionality. However, you can access the Help Center specifically for your account by clicking the Help icon in the top right corner:
Please note your account also has the ability to create custom email campaigns in HTML or XHTML using your own code. You'll see the link for that option when clicking Campaigns > Create > Send an Email > Custom code:
If you would like to access templates that do include a Style Sheet, please send an email to social_support(at)constantcontact(dot)com with your request and we'd be happy to further assist you.
I use the advanced editor and build css styles into the header and use the same one for each email. Then I hand-code the html in the email. I have tried using a style sheet with a link in the email, but got some mixed results with the interpretation of the style sheet directions. Having the styles built into the header has given me very solid, consistent results.