Thanks for reaching out to us!
There is no way to export the HTML code for an entire email in Constant Contact due to the fact that we use propietary code in our templates. However, you are able to retrieve the code block-by-block in your email. Once you're in the edit mode mouse over a block and click the pencil icon to edit, like this:
In the edit tool bar there is an area for the HTML code:
Once you click on that you'll get a little pop-up window that opens to show the HTML code in that block which you can then copy.
I hope that will assist you!
Hello @FotosmileI. Thanks for coming into the Community. You are using our third-generation editor to create your emails which does not include access to the HTML for the blocks. May I ask why you would like to have access to the HTML? I'd like to forward your feedback over to the appropriate team.
I'd like to be able to export my email HTML code as well.
We'd like to be able to post the email as a temporary notification to our clients after they log in to our software. Is there an option to do this?
Thanks for reaching out and I'm sorry the html code isn't available to export. However, we recommend using the Permanent Email URL which becomes available after you send your email campaign. It's a permanent link to the web version of your email campaign and can be shared on a website, blog, social media post, etc. Just click Campaigns, Status, Sent, and look for the link icon next to the name of the email campaign you want to share:
Then you can copy the URL and paste it within your software for your clients:
In my industry, certain media companies offer access to industry specific contact lists by sending an email we create through their own emailing platform. Sometimes they require we send HTML code and limit the CSS so enabling that feature in your 3rd generation editor would be very helpful.