Justin J <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: styling of variables inserted by Dada
In-Reply-To: styling of variables inserted by Dada
Date: April 1st 2013
Looks like I can recreate this problem, pretty easily, but just copying the tag I want to use, (in your case: <!-- tmpl_var subscriber.first_name --> ), from the listing in the, "Subscriber Fields" tab and pasting it into the WYSIWYG editor.
That's because the tag listed in that tab is already formatted, with <code></code> tags, which the editor will happily copy, along with the text. Ugh.
A lame workaround, if you're using CKeditor, is to use the, "Paste as PlainText" button, which is located on the third row, fourth button to the left - it goes:
[Cut] | [Copy] | [Paste] | [Paste as PlainText]
To make things easier, I can at least change the stylings, in the template tags listed in the, Subscriber Fields tab. It would be nice to have these tags simply available in the text editor - and the ability to do just that, is supported in the various editors,
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