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No Documentation on Anything.

Thread began 1/27/2012 8:08 pm by atstech | Last modified 1/30/2012 9:58 am by Jason Byrnes | 648 views | 5 replies |

atstech

No Documentation on Anything.

All I want to do is take each email address listed in a MySql database and send a single email to each of them. I have CSS Form Builder, latest version. LACKING APPROPRIATE DOCUMENTATION... I found on my own to click WebAssist > Create Email Message.. Guess what?... nothing happens. Where is your documentation on this?

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atstech

Trying to find my way through figuring out how to use an extension on my own with zero documentation, I've found to create a new page with a form and a button. Now I can choose Create Email Message and I actually get a response from your extension. I thought, "Finally with much frustration I have figured this out", only to be frustrated again when it did not work. When under the Email Body of the Create Email Message I click Create a file for your email. I click the folder icon to the right and choose the .php page I have setup that I want to send... not to my supprise it includes the text but it is totally missing all other CSS code including the formatting and background. Why does it not include images?

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atstech

I have also tried not checking the Create a file for your email and chose instead both Edit and DW Edit and both end up with the same result. Only the text is shown but no background image.

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atstech

I even tried the most simple of approaches and created a page with no background yet a single image. Why will this extension not include images?

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atstech

Furthermore I am noticing no place to choose the BurstSize or BurstTime, or WaitTime or any other options that I should be able to choose.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Most email readers do not render CSS properly if you use External or internal style sheets for you css. you need to use inline css instead. Also, when including a background image, you will need to specify the full URL for the image on your server, for example:
<div style="background-image:url(http://www.mydomain.com/images/image.jpg)">

In the Universal Email behavior, click the To button to enter the advanced To settings section, here you can set the Email Limits like Wait Time and Burst size.

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