Updated: October 2017
If you are using our 2G Editor then I would recommend that for the quotes issue, you enter it in the block using your keyboard and not going into the code and editing it there. You should have no problems with inserting quotes, they will show as quotes. The style of the quote you use will depend on what font you are using so if you want a different style of quotes then you can change the font type of just the quotes. If you are comfortable going into the code and changing it, there are instructions on how to add this to the code if you prefer.
With our 3GE users, there is currently only one quote style and no way to change it but we can share your feedback with the developers.
To make an em-dash in your 2GE email you can insert it as an image or use the code view option to insert it into the code. This is the code you will want to use if you are inserting it into the HTML: Just go into the HTML code and add the following where you want it to appear: <span style="letter-spacing: -2px;">----</span>
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Hi Paul, I spoke with our specialists and they have advised me that the coding that you would need to accomplish this is not supported in the majority of email clients. They did state that you could try to find an animated gif, though not all email clients will support that either. I would check out our Marketplace to see if anyone has anything that can help you. You can also give our Support a call at 1-866-289-2101 for more information. I apologize for any inconvenience. Marissa W. Community & Social Media Support Representative
Another way around this is just have a "Donate now" or "Buy Now" image and then have that image, when clicked, direct them to your paypal page in which they can buy or donate. Although HTML is not supported in the normal editor, it is very easy to add hyperlinked images. Cheers.
Hi Kieran, You can make minor edits to a block's code by editing the block and in the menu bar at the top of the block and clicking the HTML button. Hope this helps, Jarrad
I have the same question. I click "use my own code" then click "html" for code type, then only see the 3 sections on the next page - header, personalization and footer. What am I missing?
To use your own HTML code:
I hope this helps,
Thanks! If you could add some text pointing that out, it'd help others. I'm not a brain surgeon, but I'm not horribly stupid either ;0) Thanks for the quick reply - I'm digging your product.