Your idea is great in theory, but Constant Contact does not allow it. I've tried every which way from Sunday to use a custom field inside of a link and it seems to be impossible. PLEASE PROVE ME WRONG. At first I thought the issue was related to using single and double quotes, but that appears to irrelevant. In order to create a hyperlynk you have to start with <a href="Then your link goes here">link text</a> But in order to use a custom field you have to use something like: <Property name="SUBSCRIBER.ADDRESSLINE3"/> Which gives you the following code: <a href=' <Property name="SUBSCRIBER.ADDRESSLINE3"/>' >link text</a> (I switched the double quotes in the href out for single quotes so that the double quotes around the name would not cancel out the href and it still doesn't work. It appears that Constant Contact cannot think of a scenario where you would ever want to link to a custom field, much less link an image to a custom field.
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