- Text editor
- Editable layouts
- Dragable layouts inside email container
- only 2 and 3 columns layouts, no chance to get more of them
- percent split and the smallest split step is 5% (don't understand why?)
- layout padding issues, the vertical padding sometimes
- image padding issues - the padding added to image element instead of parent TD
- button content block:
- missing basic text styling as bold, italic or underline,
- strips all custom styles added in HTML tab
- parent 'table' have default cellpadding value set to 5 and you can't delete it in HTML. It always coming back.
Does anyone have issues with Scope on PC?
The Chrome browser reload the Gmail and Firefox don't do anything.
The Content Builder is not so bad, at least the text editor was improved (it's so a huge headache for marketers without any HTML knowledge).
After using it for a while (6 months) and already set a few email templates, content layouts I can say that Content Builder is an improvement for Exact Target, compared it with Classic Content.
The pros are:
The cons are:
In the process of building first few template, I collected so many notes of strange logic behind Content Builder. But can say one thing - if you are using HTML paste in Classic Content don't go to Content Builder. The Content Builder is worth only if you editing a lot of text.
Has anyone saw responsive email on Inbox by Gmail?
Thanks Mike for your ideas.
I would love to use • character instead of an image, but design requires bullet point to be much bigger than text size next to it and this breaks vertical alignment on Outlook. I tested your idea and it not working consistently on major email clients, Outlook 2013 & 2016 moving text to the bottom of a cell. Anyway thanks for your help, the @Kam idea to set the font size to 0 on image cell works perfectly.
font-size:0 works on Outlook.