- In the image manager, the "Add new file" button is disabled
- The file manager freezes on opening
- How do I link to a file?
- How can I optimize a message to reduce its weight?
- The HTML copy of a message is rendered incorrectly by the HTML editor
- In a text block, can I assign a color different from those available in the toolbar to a portion of the text?
- When I upload something in the file manager, I get the error message "Oops, something went wrong while uploading the image"
- Questions on the responsiveness of the emails created with the editor
- On Gmail mobile app, images are not at full width, and blocks are arranged differently than on other mobile clients
- On iPad and tablets, 3-column structures behave differently than on smartphones
- I have configured an configured a header/footer at list level and my message is not responsive
- I added a dynamic content to the message and now my message is not responsive
If the file manager freezes on opening, with the loading animation looping, it means that another account administrator has entered the editor's file manager. The second user needs to exit the file manager , so so that the first user can access it back again. For security reasons, only one user at a time is allowed to use the file manager.
It's a rendering problem of the HTML editor; however, the HTML code of the message is not modified during the copying process. If you open the message with the editor and save it back, you will see that the message will match the one created with the BEE editor.
Yes, click on the "Text Color" button in the toolbar and choose "Custom".
It is a normal behavior. Gmail has some rendering peculiaritespeculiarities, so emails are displayed differently from other mobile clients. We've worked a lot to get around the constrictions imposed by these Gmail rendering quirks and the result is very readable emails, with buttons and links that are easy to tap and no horizontal scrollbar. Gmail renders emails differently than other clients, as a result of constraints imposed by how Gmail itself works.
Columns spread in the email client rendering based on the available space. As a consequence, columns will adapt to available space, so if two columns fit horizontally, they will be displayed side by sudeside,
Here's an example:
Smartphone (5" screen, portrait)
Smartphone (5" screen, landscape)
Tablet (7" screen)
footer at list level and my message is not responsive
Check if the header and footer's HTML, configured inside list options, are responsive. Otherwise, there may be some rendering issues on the entire message created with the editor.
dynamic content to the message and now my message is not responsive
As for the header and footer at the list level, the HTML of a dynamic content must be responsive in order to guarantee the responsiveness of the whole message.