Make an email look like a website by adding a menu of links

user05395
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How can I have it so the links don't stack on top of each other on mobile? I wont them to stay horizontal...

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William_A
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Hello @user05395 ,

 

What is the current formatting of your email? How you work around automatic mobile reformatting will largely depend on how you're structuring the rest of the links in regards to your images and text in the email.

 

If you'd like pointers on how best to design your email with respect to mobile reformatting, I'd recommend checking out this article


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William A
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user05395
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OK, so this is in reference to my nav bar that I placed in the email. I am using the nav bar design element provided by Constant Contact. When I set for mobile, it stacks the links the navigation bar instead of keeping them horizontal. I was just wondering If I could get around CC reformatiing each link ontop of eachother.

 

Currently I have a header, nav, main image, followed by 3 sets of 2 column rows. 

William_A
Administrator
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If it's a nav bar setup, then yeah there wouldn't really be a way to avoid this. Mobile reformatting will rearrange the left-right setup to top-down in sequential order. 


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William A
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