Uploader hassling me about <unsubscribe> link WHICH IS THERE

No unsubscribe link   
We require a single-click unsubscribe link in every campaign you send. Please add the tags <unsubscribe> and </unsubscribe> around the words you want to become an unsubscribe link.

It's there:

<p style="font-size: 11px; font-weight: bold; color: #8a8a8a; text-align: center;">
Don't want to receive these newsletters anymore? Manage your <preferences style="color: #c0272d; text-decoration: none;">email preferences here</preferences>, or <unsubscribe>unsubscribe</unsubscribe>. </p>

Now, maybe I can't see real good but that looks correct to me. Notice the last line of code.

I've been fighting with this uploader for the last half hour.

nate22, 4 years ago

okay, it was in a <repeater> element. I guess that's my fault for not noticing that this doesn't really make sense, but I think the warning message should be clearer.

roshodgekiss roshodgekiss, 4 years ago

Hi Nate, thank you so much for the follow up and big apologies for the delayed response over the holidays. You're right - we could certainly be more verbose about not having <unsubscribe> in a repeater, so I've passed on this issue to our team, so we'll hopefully get this sorted soon. Sorry about the hassle there!

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