The plugin "Joomla content" enables you to include in your Newsletter one or several Joomla Articles.
You will be able to filter and search in your articles, select one or several articles at the same time and then insert them in your Newsletter.
A simple tag will be inserted and you will be able to see the result if you preview your Newsletter.
Once you inserted your tag, you can click on the button "Replace Tags" in order to replace the inserted tag by the corresponding article.
You can also use this plugin to include a series of articles based on some filters (the latest 5 created articles for example) in your Newsletter but also in your auto-Newsletter
When writing a Newsletter, click on the Tag button to access the AcyMailing tag system and being able to include any content in your Newsletter.
Click on one of your article to select it, you can click again in order to deselect it or click on other articles to add them too.
Once you clicked on one article, you will see the "insert the tag" button on the top right of the window. Once you're done, simply click on this button in order to add the tag in your Newsletter editor.
You can include in your Newsletter several articles at the same time.
Examples for an auto-Newsletter
You can change the styles used for the content title and the content area by editing your AcyMailing template.
Edit the AcyMailing template used for your Newsletter and then set some styles:
So you can easily customize the look of your article and get something like:
You can also modify the way your article is displayed by creating your own template which will be used to render the article.
Create a file in the the folder media / com_acymailing / plugins (if the folder does not exists, please create it first).
On this file you can access to the element $article (which is the article object loaded from the content table) and the element $tag (which contains the information of the current tag used in your Newsletter)
You can display:
Using all those variables, you can create your own content template.
By default AcyMailing uses:
Last Updated on Thursday, 05 September 2013 15:59