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upload_your_web_page [2018/01/11 16:29] (current)
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 +===== Import an webpage =====
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 You can upload your own webpage by clicking the "​Upload"​ button on a Landing Page template. You can upload your own webpage by clicking the "​Upload"​ button on a Landing Page template.
  
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 The web page should be archived in a zip file. All HTML files should be placed into the root folder. The archive can contain external files and resources - they should be placed either into the same folder as HTML files, or into a sub-folder. ​ The web page should be archived in a zip file. All HTML files should be placed into the root folder. The archive can contain external files and resources - they should be placed either into the same folder as HTML files, or into a sub-folder. ​
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 **Note:** If you upload a site that is not W3C conform it won't be saved. {{::​test_upload.zip|Here}} is a simple example of a an archive file that gives you an idea how the webpage can be saved in order to work for the upload. **Note:** If you upload a site that is not W3C conform it won't be saved. {{::​test_upload.zip|Here}} is a simple example of a an archive file that gives you an idea how the webpage can be saved in order to work for the upload.
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 +===== Import an Email =====
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 +You can upload an Email template within the message template section:
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 +{{ uploa_dmail.png?​600 }}
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 +Tips: you can also just copy the content of a HTML Email and paste it into the visual editor
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