• I want to add a link to our website in a broadcast email. There are keywords {{SITEURL}} and {{SITELINK}} but SITEURL is ugly with https etc and SITENAME is not a link. I have tried just adding the regular HTML like in any email but it doesn’t link. Help!

    Also, I added a graphic and centered it but it arrives left-aligned in the email.

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  • Thread Starter jenpen25

    (@jenpen25)

    I solved the first problem by linking to text, ie ‘our site’, rather than the URL. But I’d still be interested in why I couldn’t link from a URL.

    And centering the graphic would be good — what’s going wrong? Thanks.

    Thread Starter jenpen25

    (@jenpen25)

    Anyone?

    Plugin Contributor Asmi Patel

    (@asmipatel)

    Hello @jenpen25,

    It seems like WordPress’s aligncenter class might not be getting applied in the email. Can you try wrapping the graphic within the HTML <center>Image here</center> tag?
    This should work. Let us know how this goes for you.

    Thank You!

    Thread Starter jenpen25

    (@jenpen25)

    Thanks, that worked. But we need this to work when staff not familiar with HTML are sending emails. Will that be possible?

    Thread Starter jenpen25

    (@jenpen25)

    Now I can report that none of the alignments are working — left, right or center. When will this be fixed? Our emails look really bad.

    Thread Starter jenpen25

    (@jenpen25)

    Guys? We can’t be the only ones trying to place images in our emails! I’ll post a new message to see if I can get some attention.

    Plugin Contributor Asmi Patel

    (@asmipatel)

    Hello @jenpen25,

    We understand your concern but adding inline style or adding attribute/tag are the solutions that works currently.
    For aligning images to left/right you can add the align=”right/left” attribute within the tag as below
    <img align="right" src="https://www.icegram.com/wp-content/.../icegram.png" />

    We will surely let you know if we have an update on this.

    Thank you!

    Thread Starter jenpen25

    (@jenpen25)

    Asmi, we chose WordPress because it’s a platform where users do not need competence with HTML. But your WordPress plug-in does require HTML competence! When are you planning to fix this problem?

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