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Import Template

If you have content already created in a .txt or HTML file, use the import tool to add the content to your Template.

To Import Content into a Template

You have the option to import content into either the Plain Text tab or HTML tab.  You can import from either a file on your local machine or network, or import directly from a web page.

Note:     Relative URLs are shortened and do not contain either full folder or protocol information, such as ../images/wc_logo_fp.gif.  A fully qualified URL contains complete folder and protocol information, such as http:// my.broadcaster.com/images/wc_logo_fp.gif.  Fully qualified URLs are necessary to ensure that all images are properly displayed in your HTML email.

To import from a file

  1. Go to CONTENT > VIEW TEMPLATES
  2. Click Create new Template
  3. Click the Import Template button
  4. Select Import From File.
  5. Click CHOOSE FILE, browse to find your file, click to select it, then click OPEN.
  6. Select which format tab to Import into: Plain Text, HTML, or Mobile.
  7. Click IMPORT to import the contents of the file into the Template area.  Click CANCEL to cancel the import and return to the Template.

To import from a URL

  1. Go to CONTENT > VIEW TEMPLATES
  2. Click Create new Template
  3. Click the Import Template button
  4. Select Import From URL.
  5. Enter the full path to the web page or URL .
  6. Select which format tab to Import into: Plain Text, HTML, or Mobile.
  7. Click IMPORT to import the contents of the file into the Template area.  Click CANCEL to cancel the import and return to the Template.

Note: Templates cannot support scripting.  If you import from a web page, delete any scripting that is imported into your template before sending a campaign.

 
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