If you want to export your email message/template as HTML, you need to:
1. Open your email message/template and click the Export button, which is located above the template, then find the HTML icon.
2. Pick the download method: as HTML-file, HTML-archive or HTML code.
Difference between the HTML-file and HTML-archive:
When email is exported as HTML file, all images will be displayed as links to the servers where images are stored.
When email is exported as HTML archive, all images, stored on our server, will be saved to a separate folder in the archive. In the HTML-archive, you will see the path to this folder, but not to the server where images are stored.
There are additional options for downloading HTML files:
Minimizing HTML — by doing this, you will get the code with no extra characters. All line breaks, backspaces and extra characters will be removed.
Setting both sizes for all images in exported code — by doing this, you set fixed dimensions for your images (width and height).
Make it public in the project — Other participants in your project will be able to export the email messages to the account you added.
Once you’ve downloaded your email message/template, you will be able to open it with any text or code editor (like NotePad and WordPad) to get the code.
Copy and paste the code in any necessary ESP, if the latter supports this method of import.
There is additional option for downloading HTML archive:
Replace Image Path in HTML file - All images paths used in the email template will be pointed to the images placed in a separate folder. Otherwise, they will remain the same as they are in the template.
If you choose an option as "HTML code" you have an opportunity to copy the full code of your template or email message straight from the editor:
Please be advised that the copy the code to clipboard will decrease the number of available exports too.
There are additional options for downloading HTML code:
Set both sizes for all images in exported code - Both sizes (height and width) will be indicated for each image within the HTML code. Basically, this is only required by some ESPs that may break image dimensions while importing the HTML file.
Minimize HTML - This will reduce the weight of the email template file. All line breaks, spaces and extra characters will be deleted.
Support of Accessibility - It sets the role=presentation attribute that helps the screen readers for some users with disabilities. When dеactivated, the attribute role=presentation will be deleted from the HTML code.
Make it public in the project - Other participants in your project will be able to export the email messages to the account you added.
If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or ask in chat.