I added the webversion construct to an HTML email, like this:
<webversion style="font-family: tahoma,verdana,arial; font-size:11px; color:#999999;">Click here if you are having trouble reading this email.</webversion>
It adds the link to the target HTML version fine, but the text and link also appear on the page the users sees when he/she clicks that link. In that case, it becomes a self-referencing link. Am I doing something wrong?
Thanks in advance,
No, the web version is exactly the same as the email except for custom fields, so the link stays there as part of the original email.
So there's no way to have it appear in the email but not in the static HTML file?
Actually there is a way, by defining the web link inside a custom field and having the fallback set to '' (nothing)
Thanks for the information. I'm a newbie, and I'm not sure how to accomplish that. Can you provide any details?
If this is the only way to omit the self-referencing link in the static file, it would be great if steps for this method were added to the standard description (http://app.campaignmonitor.com/help/topic.aspx?t=78).
Another option is obviously to do the webversion manually. Do whatever changes you want for the webversion, upload it to your server and link to it. A little more work, but it does what you want :)
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