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TOPIC: Style a {Subtag:email}

Style a {Subtag:email} 10 years 9 months ago #1039

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Hi there,

The {subtag:email} dont pick up my custom style,

I tried <spanning style and class>{subtag:email}, </span>

The preview show fine. But my osx mail program not.

Anybody a suggestion ?
Thankyou
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Re:Style a {Subtag:email} 10 years 9 months ago #1042

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The code:
<span style="yourstylehere">{subtag:email}, </span>
should do the job, like any other string.
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Re:Style a {Subtag:email} 10 years 9 months ago #1043

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Thanks John, for your reaction and suggestion.

I already tried the span tags.

I need the color:#ffffff; white, but the {subtag:email} shows-up blue in my e-mail client 'osx mail'. Like it is overruled by a style within the { } brackets.


I need something like : "Style for the Unsubscribe Link" @ the box "Style : Classes replaced by inline CSS" while building a template.

The unscubscribe style works fine.

It is explained in the Helpfile (see quote), but i dont get a grip on it :side:
The most used CSS are already defined so that you won't spend any time creating the common ones (like the style applied to the content title, the unsubscribe link, the read more link...) but you can create as many classes as you wish by clicking on the button "Add a new Style".

Enter your class Name instead of "Name of the CSS Class" and enter the equivalent in CSS instead of "CSS applied to the class" and AcyMailing will replace all your class="XXX" by style="YYY" in order to convert your Newsletter into inline CSS so that you are sure that it will be displayed properly on any e-mail client.

maybe somebody had a same issue like this ?
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Re:Style a {Subtag:email} 10 years 9 months ago #1051

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Ho I probably know...
In fact your mail server interprets this string as an e-mail address and so automatically gives you the possibility to click on it to send a message to this address, that's why the link is converted in blue!

Did you manually add a link tag : mailto:{subtag:email} ?
If yes, you may apply the style directly to that link to avoid the blue one added by your mail server.
If you simply added the tag {subtag:email}, then I don't really have a solution to avoid your mail server to automatically add a blue link on it :(
If you set it before by yourself then it should not be overwritten by your mail server but that's the only thing to avoid the automatic one added by your mail server.


Do you see what I mean?
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Re:Style a {Subtag:email} 10 years 9 months ago #1107

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Hi John,

I found out, that mac osx mail doesnt let overwrite his mailto style.
Outlook, thinderbird is going well with it!.

Otherwise, < a href="mailto: " style="
works fine . But the {subtag:email} cannot be used within tags. So i guess i have to write some own code for the {subtag:email}.
Any idea where it's build in the php?

thnx
Guido
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Re:Style a {Subtag:email} 10 years 9 months ago #1108

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Hello Guido,
<a href="mailto:{subtag:email}" style="...">{subtag:email}</a>
should do the job... isn't it?

If not, you can modify the file plugins/acymailing/subscriber.php to do whatever you want! (or you can create an other tag...)
Here is our developer documentation about our plugin system:
www.acyba.com/support/documentation/64-a...r-documentation.html
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Re:Style a {Subtag:email} 10 years 9 months ago #1110

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John, i thank you very much, this does the trick!
The preview didnt show anything but the script on the mailclient works fine and is overwritten finaly! yeah!

Acymail for joomla, for me its working very good! And thank you for the great support.
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