Menu icon Foundation

My Posts

  • 1
    Reply
  • Inline Images

    By Philipp

    inline imageimages

    Hi, how can I store images within my email code? I've seen this on a few newsletters: <img width="16" height="16" alt="tick" src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODdhEAAQAMwAAPj7+FmhUYjNfGuxYY DJdYTIeanOpT+DOTuANXi/bGOrWj6CONzv2sPjv2CmV1unU4zPgISg6DJnJ3ImT... (continued)

    Last Reply by Rafi Benkual almost 2 years ago


  • 16
    Replies
  • Working with git and other computers

    By Philipp

    git

    Hi,   how can I work with Foundations of Emails on different computers? I am using GIT to manage my source code. I haven't touched the .gitignore file which comes with Foundations of Emails and uploaded everything else to my repository. On my lap... (continued)

    Last Reply by james thomas 13 days ago




My Comments

Philipp commented on Philipp's post about 2 years

I am using placeholders in my emails, so that I can fill them in django before I send them.
 
I give you an example. Maybe this is easier to understand.
#/src/pages/index.html

<div class="row">
<ul>
<li>{{ firstname }} {{ surname }}</li>
</ul>
</div>

After the inlining process "npm run build" I want these template tags to persist. (So that I can use them directly in my django project as a template)
 
Do you know how to do this?
 
Thank You!
 

Philipp commented on Philipp's post about 2 years

Thank you for your response. But this is not really side by side on large. There is a gap in between.
Any other idea? :)

Philipp commented on Siavoush's post about 2 years

Any update regarding the button expanded issue?
 
(I can also confirm the background bug)

Posts Followed


Following

    No Content

Followers

My Posts





My Comments

You commented on Philipp's post about 2 years

I am using placeholders in my emails, so that I can fill them in django before I send them.
 
I give you an example. Maybe this is easier to understand.
#/src/pages/index.html

<div class="row">
<ul>
<li>{{ firstname }} {{ surname }}</li>
</ul>
</div>

After the inlining process "npm run build" I want these template tags to persist. (So that I can use them directly in my django project as a template)
 
Do you know how to do this?
 
Thank You!
 

You commented on Philipp's post about 2 years

Thank you for your response. But this is not really side by side on large. There is a gap in between.
Any other idea? :)

You commented on Siavoush's post about 2 years

Any update regarding the button expanded issue?
 
(I can also confirm the background bug)

Posts Followed

Following

  • No Content

Followers

  • No Content